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Indigenous plant use in Gxalingenwa and KwaYili forests in the Southern Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal.
In response to an increase in forest destruction, nature conservation agencies in South Africa are beginning to introduce innovative and integrated conservation strategies. This study was established to provide information ...
Community participation in integrated conservation and development projects : a case study in the Hlatikulu Valley, KwaZulu-Natal.
Successful and convincing examples where local peoples' development needs have been effectively reconciled with biodiversity conservation remain difficult to find. One important reason for this is that little progress ...
A survey of conservation attitudes of the rural communities around Thathe forest, Northern Province.
Indigenous forests are an integral part of rural communities in Africa, and they are socio-ecologically managed and conserved by customary laws. Most of these forests are important reserves of cultural and ecological ...
A critical evaluation of tourism in Ximba, KwaZulu-Natal.
The recent incorporation of Ximba into a metro boundary (the Outer West substructure of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) has highlighted the imbalances between rural and urban communities and created the need to redress them. ...
The potential of agroforestry in the conservation of high value indigenous trees : a case study of Umzimvubu District, Eastern Cape.
South Africa is not well endowed with indigenous forests which are now known to be degraded and declining at unknown rates. This constitutes a direct threat to quality of life of the resource-poor rural households who ...
The public management of environmental impact assessments in South Africa.
The thesis explores the nature of public management of environmental impact assessments in South Africa. As concern for the environment and for the attainment of sustainable development has grown globally, so too has the ...
Biodiversity criteria and indicators for the sustainable management of industrial plantations.
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Soil and water criteria and indicators for the sustainable management of industrial plantations.
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Impact of the Turn Table Trust Working for Water Project on fuelwood supply and household income of the rural Bulwer community.
In the context of the post-apartheid era and under the new Government of National Unity, the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) was initiated in 1994. To assist in the realisation of the goals of this programme ...
People's perceptions of flood hazards and their attitudes towards resettlement: a case study of the community of Azalea in the Greater Edendale Complex, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The thesis addresses flooding as a natural disaster which has, on occasions, occurred in many parts of South Africa, especially in KwaZulu-Natal and Orange Free State. The prevailing impression is that the flood ...