oa De Rebus - Codification of environmental law and the Environment Conservation Act
|Article Title||Codification of environmental law and the Environment Conservation Act|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Affiliations||1 University of Stellenbosch|
|Publication Date||May 1983|
|Pages||235 - 236|
|Keyword(s)||Agricultural remedies, Atmospheric pollution, Cosmetics, Disinfectants, Dumping at sea, Environment Conservation Act, Farm feeds, Fertilizers, Foodstuffs, Noise control, Physical Planning Act, Sea Oil Act, Soil conservation, Solid waste disposal, Stock remedies and Water Act|
Perhaps the most striking feature of South African environmental legislation is the fact that environmental provisions are contained in an extremely wide variety of parliamentary Acts, provincial ordinances, local by-laws and ministerial regulations. Some South African statutes regulating environmental affairs deal exclusively with such issues. This is true particularly in respect of legislation dealing with the conservation of resources.
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