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Environmental law perspectives on the regulation of ecotourism in South Africa's transition to a green economy
South Africa and the rest of the world currently face an exacerbating threat of environmental degradation, which can be partly ascribed to the fact that some parts of society still place economic growth as a priority over ...
Hydraulic fracturing and procedural environmental rights in South Africa
(North-West University, 2019)
Hydraulic fracturing, the process which facilitates the extraction of shale gas from rock formation from depths of up to two miles below the earth's surface, has the potential to adversely impact environmental and the other ...
Municipal planning law and policy for sustainable cities in South Africa
(North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
Cities have long been the pioneers of and driving force behind the development and evolution of human societies. The significance of cities as drivers of the sustainable development agenda received its strongest recognition ...
The realisation of the constitutional water right in South African cities through intelligent water management technologies
(North-West University (South Africa), 2021)
The human right to water is fundamental to the realisation of various interdependent human rights, such as the right to health, life, equality, and human dignity. In particular, efficient water service delivery may be ...