Environmental Compliance and Enforcement in South Africa: Legal Perspectives


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702179624
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 400 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Environmental Law

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This is the first book to offer a critical analysis of the implementation of environmental law in South Africa. Leading environmental law practitioners and academics assess the current environmental compliance and enforcement regime and how it can be harnessed to secure ecologically sustainable development. After discussing the theoretical underpinnings of environmental compliance and enforcement and its position within South Africa’s broad legal framework, the text examines an array of specific issues and regulatory measures of key relevance to its practical realisation.

  • Foreword by Judge Albie Sachs
  • Understanding the legal context by Anél du Plessis
  • Dissecting environmental compliance and enforcement by Frances Craigie, Phil Snijman and Melissa Fourie
  • Environmental compliance and envorcement institutions by Frances Craigie, Phil Snijman and Melissa Fourie
  • Environmental governance by Louis J. Kotzé
  • Environmental rights and locus standi by Loretta Feris
  • Administrative justice by Elmene Bray
  • Access to information by Willemien du Plessis
  • Administrative measures by Terry Winstanley
  • Criminal measures by Michael Kidd
  • Voluntary compliance measures by Karin Lehmann
  • Incentive-based masures by Alexander Paterson
  • Common-Law remedies for environmental protection by Richard Summers
  • Towards a more effective environmental compliance and enforcement regime for South Africa by Alexander Paterson and Louis J. Kotzé

  • Environmental consultants 
  • Impact assessors
  • Environmental lawyers
  • National, provincial and local government departments dealing with environmental management 
  • Environmental NGOs 
  • Conservation agencies
  • A multi-faceted and interdisciplinary approach to the subject matter

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This is the first book to offer a critical analysis of the implementation of environmental law in South Africa. Leading environmental law practitioners and academics assess the current environmental compliance and enforcement regime and how it can be harnessed to secure ecologically sustainable development. After discussing the theoretical underpinnings of environmental compliance and enforcement and its position within South Africa’s broad legal framework, the text examines an array of specific issues and regulatory measures of key relevance to its practical realisation.

  • Foreword by Judge Albie Sachs
  • Understanding the legal context by Anél du Plessis
  • Dissecting environmental compliance and enforcement by Frances Craigie, Phil Snijman and Melissa Fourie
  • Environmental compliance and envorcement institutions by Frances Craigie, Phil Snijman and Melissa Fourie
  • Environmental governance by Louis J. Kotzé
  • Environmental rights and locus standi by Loretta Feris
  • Administrative justice by Elmene Bray
  • Access to information by Willemien du Plessis
  • Administrative measures by Terry Winstanley
  • Criminal measures by Michael Kidd
  • Voluntary compliance measures by Karin Lehmann
  • Incentive-based masures by Alexander Paterson
  • Common-Law remedies for environmental protection by Richard Summers
  • Towards a more effective environmental compliance and enforcement regime for South Africa by Alexander Paterson and Louis J. Kotzé

  • Environmental consultants 
  • Impact assessors
  • Environmental lawyers
  • National, provincial and local government departments dealing with environmental management 
  • Environmental NGOs 
  • Conservation agencies
  • A multi-faceted and interdisciplinary approach to the subject matter

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