Lexis® Practical Guidance: Environmental Law

environmental law

Practical Guidance Environmental law allows you to acquire an understanding of the latest South African environmental legislation and general obligations, thereby providing clarity and relevant resources surrounding the laws that regulate the impact of human activities on the environment. Practical Guidance Environmental law contains the relevant practical aids such as checklists, forms and precedents and covers the relevant topics to ensure that there is compliance with the current legal requirements.

  • Understanding environmental law
  • General environmental obligations
  • Environmental decisions and authorisations
  • Land pollution and degradation
  • Developing land
  • Air quality and noise
  • Water
  • Coastal and marine areas
  • Biodiversity and conservation
  • Waste management
  • Environment aspects of commercial transactions
  • Agriculture, aquaculture and the environment
  • Fishing
  • Mining and the environment
  • Power generation and the environment
  • Corporate governance and the environment
  • Environment litigation
  • Enforcement of environmental law
  • More than 200 Guidance Notes within 80 Topics
  • Over 40 Forms, Precedents and Checklists ensuring not a single step is missed
  • Legislation & Case Law, access to relevant cases at the click of a button
  • Practice Directives – know what the
    procedure is in different courts
  • Over 170 Other Useful Resources such as flowcharts, external websites and additional readings
  • Water Use Application and Registration Form Particulars of claim
  • Questions to consider when undertaking an activity in the coastal zone
  • Form 601 – National heritage site nomination form
  • Notice of adoption of special resolution in terms of section 60 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008
  • Industry Waste Management Plan Guideline
  • Land development applications under SPLUMA checklist
  • What to include in a waste management contract checklist
  • Environmental Risk Report
  • Minimum requirements for determination of EIA applicability
  • Permit application form