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Regulation of land–based marine pollution in South Africa and France [electronic resource]
(North-West University, 2010)
The South African coastal and marine environment is an essential ecologic and economic asset. Its associated services and products are substantially contributing to economic growth and sustainable development of the ...
Sustainability, trans-boundary protection of resources and mining : the coal of Africa case
This paper investigates the sustainability, trans-boundary protection of resources and mining with particular emphasis on the Coal of Africa case example. It explores the issues pertaining to the sustainability and ...
Straddling border and legal regimes : a legal framework for transfrontier biodiversity conservation in SADC
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2015)
Traditional conservation models focus on conservation within sovereign national borders and therefore ignores the fact that biodiversity extends beyond these political boundaries. Since the Southern African Development ...
Nuclear energy in Africa : a legal framework for sustainable energy access
The promotion of sustainable development is an objective shared by African Union (AU) member states and the pursuance thereof is expressly mandated by the Constitutive Act of the African Union, 2000 and the Treaty Establishing ...
Sustainability–environmental risks and legal liabilities of South African banks
In the environmental context banks face direct, indirect and reputational risks from their internal operations and their external business activities. The current specific focus on the protection of the environment makes ...
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 ...