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Phiri, the plight of the poor and the perils of climate change: time to rethink environmental and socio-economic rights in South Africa?
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010)
South Africa is a water-stressed country where scarce water resources are unequally available to South Africans. It seems inevitable that climate change will in future severely affect the availability of water resources ...
Menseregte, die omgewing en omgewingskonstitusionalisme
As one of the primary expressions of substantive constitutionalism, human rights are considered ethical demands that operate at an elevated juridical level. The appeal of human rights to social movement energies and energetic ...
Bridging the public-private regulatory divide: South African mines and the right of access to water
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
In this article we explore the extent to which the South African mining industry can contribute to realising positive obligations stemming from socio-economic rights, and in particular, the right of access to water. Our ...