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Intellectual property rights and biological diversity : an international legal analysis.
Biological diversity is defined in Article 2 of the Convention on Biological Diversity as the variability among living organisms from all sources including terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological ...
Intellectual property rights and plant variety protection in South Africa : an international perspective.
This work will investigate the implementation of plant variety protection obligations that African states, and in particular South Africa, have to undertake under the various relevant international agreements, especially ...
Wilderness and the law.
Wilderness areas face serious threats to their integrity and continued existence. The law has a critical role to play in their protection. To be effective, however, the law must be based on sound philosophical and ...
An environmental law trilogy.
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The promotion and protection of public health in South Africa through environmental legislation with specific reference to air pollution.
The Constitution of South Africa I, (the Constitution) envisages in the Bill of Rights that: Everyone has the right -(a) to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being; and (b) to have the environment ...
Locus standi in environmental litigation : a South African perspective.
Environmentalists citizens groups, legal practitioners academics and the ordinary citizens in South Africa today are over-excited with the prospects of the environmental rights litigation under the final Constitution ...