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Law: Environmental Law

Environmental law is a body of law, which is a system of complex and interlocking statutes, common law, treaties, conventions, regulations and policies which seek to protect the natural environment which may be affected, impacted or endangered by human

- Environmental compliance and enforcement in South Africa: Legal perspectives

Tumai Murombo, South African Law Journal 128, pp202-206 (2011)

 

- Access to environmental justice: A comparative study

Tumai Murombo, South African Journal on Human Rights 26, pp174-178 (2010)

 

- The utility of environmental rights to sustainable development in Zimbabwe: A contribution to the constitutional reform debate

Tumai Murombo, African Human Right Law Journal 11, pp120-146 (2011)

 

- From crude environmentalism to sustainable development: Fuel retailers

Tumai Murombo, South African Law Journal, 125, pp488-504 (2008)

 

- The role of international environmental diplomacy in the sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction: Ending deep sea trawling

Tumai Murombo, Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa 40, pp172-193 (2007)

 

- Law and the indigenisation of mineral resources in Zimbabwe: Any equity for local community

Tumai Murombo, Southern Africa Public Law 25, pp568-589 (2010)

 

- Slapp suits: An emerging obstacle to public interest environmental litigation in South Africa

Tumai Murombo, South African Journal on Human Rights 27, pp82-106 (2011)