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Greening the judiciary
Much of South Africa’s environmental law is relatively new. Most of South Africa’s judges received their formal legal educations before promulgation of the major part of our environmental law and almost certainly ...
Finding NEMA: the National Environmental Management Act, the De Hoop dam, conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution in environmental disputes
This article considers the proposed De Hoop Dam on the Olifants River, Water Management Agencies, conflict between government departments and other organs of state, the involvement of NGOs and conflict-breaching ...
Pruning the money-tree to ensure sustainable growth: facilitating sustainable development through market-based instruments
South Africa’s pristine landscapes and natural resources are under significant threat. This is not subject to debate, but what is, is how to implement a regulatory regime to deal effectively with these environmental ...
Compliance notices - a new tool in environmental enforcement
This note examines compliance notices, a new administrative remedy that has been created to assist in compliance and enforcement of environmental laws. The note considers the aim and scope of compliance and the process ...