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  • Polyacrylamide degradation and its implications in ...

    2018-9-7u2002·u2002High molecular weight (106–3 × 107 Da) polyacrylamide (PAM) is commonly used as a flocculant in water and wastewater treatment, as a soil …

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  • BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002conservation; its objectives are fur-ther defined and supported by the Protected Areas Act and Biodiversity Act. The National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act of 2004 aims at providing a regulatory framework to protect South Africa's valuable species, ecosystems and its entire biological wealth. It implements

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  • Chapter 2 Sustainability in South Africa

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002Sustainability in South Africa 18 Sustainability in South Africa 18. dangerous long term implications in terms of impacts on human and ecological systems (Box 2.1). It therefore becomes evident that we face a challenge in . continuing with the further redress of our social problems and the expansion of our developing economy in new ways that

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  • WATER CRISIS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN

    2018-11-17u2002·u2002apartheid South Africa, as well as their implications for future development of the the country as a whole. There is also an analysis of the effects of liberalithe sation of the water sector on the citizenry, and how this can disempower millions of poo South r Africans. Finally, this study offers solutions for the lack of sustainable use of ...

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  • LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS AND LIVESTOCK

    1982-1-20u2002·u2002Centre for Africa (ILCA) between 1975 and 1981. Without implixad cating anybody in errors and omissions and without claiming to present a synthesis or consensus of views held there, the book is a product of the work of that organisation, drawing on resources

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  • Renewable Energy in Africa: Prospects and Limits

    2012-9-11u2002·u2002South Africa 45 North Africa 31 Rest of Africa 24 Source: Karekezi and Kimani, 2002. With the exception of South Africa, electricity in Africa is generated mainly from hydro and oil (diesel) sources as shown in the figure 3. Over 90% of South Africa's electricity is from coal.

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  • The Environmental Challenges In Sub Saharan Africa

    1998-6-7u2002·u2002Three factors strongly increase the threat of environmental degradation in sub-Saharan Africa: its demographics, its heavy burden of foreign debt, and the absence of democracy. Throughout the region, the end of the colonial period saw a tremendous expansion of social services, especially in the areas of education and health care.

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  • The Environmental Impact of China's Investment in Africa

    2019-10-21u2002·u2002While most African countries are paying more attention to environmental issues, the topic remains a relatively low policy priority. I. Categorizing and Defining Foreign Direct Investment The literature often fails to separate Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa from its aid projects, commercial deals, and implementa-

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  • (PDF) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002The chapter uses a thematic analysis of two South African iCoPs to illustrate how the principles, values, shared vision and goals of sustainable community engagement and partnerships can be built ...

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  • Chapter 2 Sustainability in South Africa

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002Sustainability in South Africa 18 Sustainability in South Africa 18. dangerous long term implications in terms of impacts on human and ecological systems (Box 2.1). It therefore becomes evident that we face a challenge in . continuing with the further redress of our social problems and the expansion of our developing economy in new ways that

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  • South Africa - Main Details

    Home to 38% of South Africa's plant species, this region is also the smallest and most threatened of the world's six floral kingdoms, with 1,850 of its plant species (over 20%) now threatened with extinction. The loss and degradation of South Africa's biodiversity has serious implications for society and the economy.

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  • 20 Years of Environment Impact Assessment in South

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002In respect of the Bill of Rights included in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 ('the Constitution'), the citizens of South Africa have in terms of Section 24, the right to have the environment protected and to live in an environment that is not harmful to human health or well-being.

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  • BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002conservation; its objectives are fur-ther defined and supported by the Protected Areas Act and Biodiversity Act. The National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act of 2004 aims at providing a regulatory framework to protect South Africa's valuable species, ecosystems and its entire biological wealth. It implements

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  • (PDF) An overview of environmental issues in Southern Africa

    2022-1-6u2002·u2002This paper provides an overview of some of the significant environmental problems in the Southern African region. The key problems highlighted are global warming and climate variability, loss of ...

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  • SUPPORTING JUST TRANSITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    2020-10-5u2002·u2002CONTENT Acknowledgements 3 Executive summary 6 Introduction 8 About the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) 8 South Africa 9 Objective and Intention of the Case Study 9 Importance and Principles of Just Transitions 10 Case study approach 11 Context 12 Climate Change and Just Transitions in South Africa 12 Coal in South Africa – Challenges and …

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  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL In SOUTH AFRICA

    2019-7-30u2002·u2002•South Africa is committed to the full and integrated implementation of UN Agenda 2030 •Build on the foundation laid during implementation of MDGs •Achieving the SDGs is in South Africa'sinterest •Significant progress is being made on our developmental journey since the advent of democracy in 1994

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  • Land Degradation & Development - Wiley Online Library

    R. Lal, Land Degradation & Development. Pages: 519-539. First Published: 4 December 2001. Abstract. PDF. References. Request permissions. Enhancing crop yields in the developing countries through restoration of the soil organic carbon pool in agricultural lands.

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  • The Environmental Impact of China's Investment in Africa

    2019-10-21u2002·u2002While most African countries are paying more attention to environmental issues, the topic remains a relatively low policy priority. I. Categorizing and Defining Foreign Direct Investment The literature often fails to separate Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa from its aid projects, commercial deals, and implementa-

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  • (PDF) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002The chapter uses a thematic analysis of two South African iCoPs to illustrate how the principles, values, shared vision and goals of sustainable community engagement and partnerships can be built ...

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  • Chapter 2 Sustainability in South Africa

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002Sustainability in South Africa 18 Sustainability in South Africa 18. dangerous long term implications in terms of impacts on human and ecological systems (Box 2.1). It therefore becomes evident that we face a challenge in . continuing with the further redress of our social problems and the expansion of our developing economy in new ways that

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  • South Africa - Main Details

    Home to 38% of South Africa's plant species, this region is also the smallest and most threatened of the world's six floral kingdoms, with 1,850 of its plant species (over 20%) now threatened with extinction. The loss and degradation of South Africa's biodiversity has serious implications for society and the economy.

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  • 20 Years of Environment Impact Assessment in South

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002In respect of the Bill of Rights included in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 ('the Constitution'), the citizens of South Africa have in terms of Section 24, the right to have the environment protected and to live in an environment that is not harmful to human health or well-being.

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  • BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002conservation; its objectives are fur-ther defined and supported by the Protected Areas Act and Biodiversity Act. The National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act of 2004 aims at providing a regulatory framework to protect South Africa's valuable species, ecosystems and its entire biological wealth. It implements

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  • (PDF) An overview of environmental issues in Southern Africa

    2022-1-6u2002·u2002This paper provides an overview of some of the significant environmental problems in the Southern African region. The key problems highlighted are global warming and climate variability, loss of ...

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  • SUPPORTING JUST TRANSITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    2020-10-5u2002·u2002CONTENT Acknowledgements 3 Executive summary 6 Introduction 8 About the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) 8 South Africa 9 Objective and Intention of the Case Study 9 Importance and Principles of Just Transitions 10 Case study approach 11 Context 12 Climate Change and Just Transitions in South Africa 12 Coal in South Africa – Challenges and …

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  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL In SOUTH AFRICA

    2019-7-30u2002·u2002•South Africa is committed to the full and integrated implementation of UN Agenda 2030 •Build on the foundation laid during implementation of MDGs •Achieving the SDGs is in South Africa'sinterest •Significant progress is being made on our developmental journey since the advent of democracy in 1994

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  • Land Degradation & Development - Wiley Online Library

    R. Lal, Land Degradation & Development. Pages: 519-539. First Published: 4 December 2001. Abstract. PDF. References. Request permissions. Enhancing crop yields in the developing countries through restoration of the soil organic carbon pool in agricultural lands.

    Get Price
  • The Environmental Impact of China's Investment in Africa

    2019-10-21u2002·u2002While most African countries are paying more attention to environmental issues, the topic remains a relatively low policy priority. I. Categorizing and Defining Foreign Direct Investment The literature often fails to separate Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa from its aid projects, commercial deals, and implementa-

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  • (PDF) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002The chapter uses a thematic analysis of two South African iCoPs to illustrate how the principles, values, shared vision and goals of sustainable community engagement and partnerships can be built ...

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  • Chapter 2 Sustainability in South Africa

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002Sustainability in South Africa 18 Sustainability in South Africa 18. dangerous long term implications in terms of impacts on human and ecological systems (Box 2.1). It therefore becomes evident that we face a challenge in . continuing with the further redress of our social problems and the expansion of our developing economy in new ways that

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  • South Africa - Main Details

    Home to 38% of South Africa's plant species, this region is also the smallest and most threatened of the world's six floral kingdoms, with 1,850 of its plant species (over 20%) now threatened with extinction. The loss and degradation of South Africa's biodiversity has serious implications for society and the economy.

    Get Price
  • 20 Years of Environment Impact Assessment in South

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002In respect of the Bill of Rights included in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 ('the Constitution'), the citizens of South Africa have in terms of Section 24, the right to have the environment protected and to live in an environment that is not harmful to human health or well-being.

    Get Price
  • BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002conservation; its objectives are fur-ther defined and supported by the Protected Areas Act and Biodiversity Act. The National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act of 2004 aims at providing a regulatory framework to protect South Africa's valuable species, ecosystems and its entire biological wealth. It implements

    Get Price
  • (PDF) An overview of environmental issues in Southern Africa

    2022-1-6u2002·u2002This paper provides an overview of some of the significant environmental problems in the Southern African region. The key problems highlighted are global warming and climate variability, loss of ...

    Get Price
  • SUPPORTING JUST TRANSITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    2020-10-5u2002·u2002CONTENT Acknowledgements 3 Executive summary 6 Introduction 8 About the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) 8 South Africa 9 Objective and Intention of the Case Study 9 Importance and Principles of Just Transitions 10 Case study approach 11 Context 12 Climate Change and Just Transitions in South Africa 12 Coal in South Africa – Challenges and …

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  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL In SOUTH AFRICA

    2019-7-30u2002·u2002•South Africa is committed to the full and integrated implementation of UN Agenda 2030 •Build on the foundation laid during implementation of MDGs •Achieving the SDGs is in South Africa'sinterest •Significant progress is being made on our developmental journey since the advent of democracy in 1994

    Get Price
  • Land Degradation & Development - Wiley Online Library

    R. Lal, Land Degradation & Development. Pages: 519-539. First Published: 4 December 2001. Abstract. PDF. References. Request permissions. Enhancing crop yields in the developing countries through restoration of the soil organic carbon pool in agricultural lands.

    Get Price
  • The Environmental Impact of China's Investment in Africa

    2019-10-21u2002·u2002While most African countries are paying more attention to environmental issues, the topic remains a relatively low policy priority. I. Categorizing and Defining Foreign Direct Investment The literature often fails to separate Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa from its aid projects, commercial deals, and implementa-

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  • (PDF) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002The chapter uses a thematic analysis of two South African iCoPs to illustrate how the principles, values, shared vision and goals of sustainable community engagement and partnerships can be built ...

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  • Literature on Polyacrylamide Gels

    Literature on Agricultural, Horticultural, and Medial Uses of Polyacrylamide Gels Compiled by Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Extension Urban Horticulturist, WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center Cross-linked PAM Hydrogel Effects on Plants Abbey, T. and T. Rathier. 2005. Effects of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants and water absorbing polymers …

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  • Land Degradation

    As a signatory, South Africa is required to develop a National Action Programme to Combat Desertification and commissioned a survey of the extent and causes of land degradation in the country. The survey results are summarised in a user-friendly book called Nature Divided: Land Degradation in South Africa by Hoffman and Ashwell .

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  • MAPPING LAND USE SYSTEMS AT A NATIONAL SCALE

    2013-11-8u2002·u20023. Land Cover/Use System developed for South Africa 8 3.1 First Land Degradation Assessment for South Africa 8 3.2 Methodology for the development of the South African LUS Map 9 3.3 LUS class descriptions 10 3.4 Production of the LUS map for South Africa 15 3.5 Example of first results of the assessment 16 4. References 16 5. Acknowledgements 17

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  • CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background

    2017-11-16u2002·u20022.2 Agricultural credit in South Africa The South Africa's racial past continues to be reflected in its present agrarian structure. During apartheid era, white farmers enjoyed preferential access to agricultural credit. They were major beneficiaries of state irrigation schemes, and

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  • Assessment of Range Land Degradation, Major Causes ...

    2019-9-4u2002·u2002rangeland degradation and its impact and to identify and recommend the most appropriate methods used for rehabilitation of the Yabello degraded range lands. 2. Rangeland Degradation Rangeland degradation is a decrease in plant species diversity, plant height, vegetation cover and plant productivity.

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  • Land Redistribution in South Africa - Parliament of South ...

    2017-11-17u2002·u2002Following centuries of colonial rule and decades of apartheid rule, democratic South Africa set out to redistribute rights in land as a way to remedy past racial injustice and lay the basis for more equitable development. ZLand is the most basic need for rural dwellers. Apartheid policies pushed

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  • Land & Soil Degradation: Types, Causes, Effects ...

    2018-9-18u2002·u2002… sub-Saharan Africa, south Asia, the Middle East and north Africa will face the greatest challenges [in the future] unless the world sees lower levels of meat consumption, better land regulation and improved farming efficiency. – theguardian.com Of the 80 countries substantially affected by land degradation, 36 are situated in Africa.

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  • South African Water Quality Guidelines

    2005-3-9u2002·u2002Volume 3: South African Water Quality Guidelines - Industrial Water Use Industries are defined as systems of water-using processes, in which fitness for use of the water is assessed in terms of the following norms: its potential for causing …

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  • Water scarcity and related environmental problems in

    2019-2-16u2002·u2002Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal March 2002 1461 -5517/02/010049 11 US$08.00 IAIA 2002 49 Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, volume 20, number 1, March 2002, pages 49 –59, Beech Tree Publishing, 10 Watford Close, Guildford, Surrey GU1 2EP, UK Environmental health Water scarcity and related environmental problems in parts of sub …

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  • Degradation of Natural Resources - Causes, Facts and its ...

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002Degradation of natural resources is one of the subjects of prime concern that the world is facing today. The increasing human population has given birth to the evils like the increase in pollution levels, deforestation, excessive use of non-renewable resources, etc.All these have raised a question mark on the availability of natural resources.

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  • Chapter 2 Sustainability in South Africa

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002Sustainability in South Africa 18 Sustainability in South Africa 18. dangerous long term implications in terms of impacts on human and ecological systems (Box 2.1). It therefore becomes evident that we face a challenge in . continuing with the further redress of our social problems and the expansion of our developing economy in new ways that

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  • South Africa - Main Details

    Home to 38% of South Africa's plant species, this region is also the smallest and most threatened of the world's six floral kingdoms, with 1,850 of its plant species (over 20%) now threatened with extinction. The loss and degradation of South Africa's biodiversity has serious implications for society and the economy.

    Get Price
  • 20 Years of Environment Impact Assessment in South

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002In respect of the Bill of Rights included in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 ('the Constitution'), the citizens of South Africa have in terms of Section 24, the right to have the environment protected and to live in an environment that is not harmful to human health or well-being.

    Get Price
  • BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002conservation; its objectives are fur-ther defined and supported by the Protected Areas Act and Biodiversity Act. The National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act of 2004 aims at providing a regulatory framework to protect South Africa's valuable species, ecosystems and its entire biological wealth. It implements

    Get Price
  • (PDF) An overview of environmental issues in Southern Africa

    2022-1-6u2002·u2002This paper provides an overview of some of the significant environmental problems in the Southern African region. The key problems highlighted are global warming and climate variability, loss of ...

    Get Price
  • SUPPORTING JUST TRANSITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    2020-10-5u2002·u2002CONTENT Acknowledgements 3 Executive summary 6 Introduction 8 About the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) 8 South Africa 9 Objective and Intention of the Case Study 9 Importance and Principles of Just Transitions 10 Case study approach 11 Context 12 Climate Change and Just Transitions in South Africa 12 Coal in South Africa – Challenges and …

    Get Price
  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL In SOUTH AFRICA

    2019-7-30u2002·u2002•South Africa is committed to the full and integrated implementation of UN Agenda 2030 •Build on the foundation laid during implementation of MDGs •Achieving the SDGs is in South Africa'sinterest •Significant progress is being made on our developmental journey since the advent of democracy in 1994

    Get Price
  • Land Degradation & Development - Wiley Online Library

    R. Lal, Land Degradation & Development. Pages: 519-539. First Published: 4 December 2001. Abstract. PDF. References. Request permissions. Enhancing crop yields in the developing countries through restoration of the soil organic carbon pool in agricultural lands.

    Get Price
  • The Environmental Impact of China's Investment in Africa

    2019-10-21u2002·u2002While most African countries are paying more attention to environmental issues, the topic remains a relatively low policy priority. I. Categorizing and Defining Foreign Direct Investment The literature often fails to separate Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa from its aid projects, commercial deals, and implementa-

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance

    2022-1-3u2002·u2002The chapter uses a thematic analysis of two South African iCoPs to illustrate how the principles, values, shared vision and goals of sustainable community engagement and partnerships can be built ...

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