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Investigating barriers to and initiatives for agency participation in addressing the cumulative environmental effects of development for the Pietermaritzburg area of KwaZulu-Natal.
Cumulative Effects Assessment (CEA) is a more holistic assessment method that has emerged in the wake of experts recognising that the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has a tendency to be a site –project specific ...
Creating stakeholders in community-based natural resource management through traditional hunting : a comparative study of Inhluzani Farm and Mpembeni Community Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal.
The colonial attitude to traditional hunting practice was harsh and exclusivist and traditional hunting with dogs was therefore outlawed through legislation. This was the case throughout British African colonies and the ...
Assessing developmental footprint within an agricultural system using multi-temporal remotely sensed data.
The advent of the new political dispensation in South Africa has seen an exponential growth in the rate of land transformation and encroachment by other land uses into agricultural land in the uMngeni Local Municipality. ...
The practice of corporate social resonsibility among small, micro and medium manufacturing enterprises in the Pietermaritzburg area and how this practice is influenced by their stakeholders.
The operations of South African SMMEs have significant environmental and social implications, and the implementation of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) practices in these companies is therefore of great value, ...