Browsing Faculty of Law by Subject "socio-economic rights"
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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 ...