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Understanding the relationship between neoliberalism and the negotiation of urban development imperatives within public private partnerships in Durban.
As neoliberalism has risen into ascendancy, cities have shifted their development approach, often in ways that produce problematic and heavily critiqued outcomes (Bond, 2005a; Leitner et al, 2007). In many instances, ...
An examination of the contribution of corporate social responsibility in a resource extraction industry to social sustainability: a case study of Lafarge Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Ridgeview Quarry.
Corporate social responsibility is increasingly becoming an important component of the business world. With growing scrutiny of commercial operations, businesses are increasingly being driven to satisfy the expectations ...
Development of a methodology for the delineation of air quality management areas in South Africa.
Since 1992 the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT), now the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), acknowledged that pollution and waste management governance was inadequate in dealing with South ...
Greenhouse gas emissions and energy scenarios for Durban : the implications of urban development on future energy demand and emissions.
Cities are considered to be a major cause of climate change, as a result of city functions, which require energy and emit large quantities of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs). Therefore, cities are being targeted globally as key ...
The integration of climate change considerations into local air quality management plans in South Africa.
In recent years there has been considerable advancement in our scientific understanding of the linkages and interactions between climate change and air quality. A warmer, evolving climate is likely to have severe ...