The role of local government in the effective implementation of the National Environmental Management: Integrated Coastal Management Act 2008- a case of the Draft Cape Town Metropolitan Coastal Protection Zone Management by-Law
Lemine, Bramley Jemain
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The purpose of the study is to outline the relevant legislation and assess whether it is adequately applied to protect the 240 km coastline with its associated sensitive ecosystems; in particular, as assessment will be made of the By-law.
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