CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT© (CEM)
-Bosman, C, Kotz, L and Du Plessis, W. 2004. The failure of the Constitution to practically ensure integrated environmental management from a co-operative governance perspective.
Tydskrif vir Suid Afrikaanse Reg (TSAR).
-Du Plessis, W and Nel, J. 2004. Environmental framework law: A strategy towards integrating pluralistic legislation. Pluralism and Law:
Proceedings of the 20th IVR World Congress (Amsterdam, 2001).
-Kotze L, Nel J, Snyman E and Du Plessis W. 2007/2008. Strategies to Integrate Environmental Policy at the Operational Level:
Towards an Integrated Framework for Environmental Authorisations. South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (SAJELP).
-Le Roux, E and Du Plessis, A. 2004. Local government and the environment: Some success stories. Woord en Daad.
-Meyer, TC and Nel, JG. 2002. Towards sustainable development: Promoting environmental awareness and training in the mining sector.
Proceedings of the First Botswana International Conference on Mining, 19-21 November 2002.
-Nel, JG. 2001. EIA partnerships in the SADC Region – Learning points for South Africa from Mozambique's EIA Regulations.
South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (SAJELP). pp. 93-104.
-Nel, JG. 2001. Unsustainable EIA partnerships: Poorly-defined rights, roles, responsibilities and duties of EIA stakeholders.
South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (SAJELP). pp. 105-118.
-Nel, JG. Policy responses at the local sphere of government: Complexities and diversity. In Geyer, HS (ed).
International Handbook of Urban Policy, Volume 1 – Contentious Global Issues.
-Nel, JG and Du Plessis, W. 2001. An evaluation of NEMA based on a generic framework for environmental framework legislation.
South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (SAJELP). pp. 1-37.
-Nel, JG and Du Plessis, W. 2002. ISO 14001 and environmental law.
South African Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (SAJELP). pp. 51-60.
-Nel, JG and Du Plessis, W. 2004. Unpacking integrated environmental management – A step closer to effective co-operative governance
South African Public Law (SAPL).
-Nel, JG and Snyman, E. 2003. Towards sustainability at the local government level – Implementing the Cities for Climate Protection (CCP)
Programme in Potchefstroom. Urban Green File. pp. 26-29.
-Nel, JG and Snyman, E. 2003. Towards sustainability: Reducing energy consumption and carbon emission footprints – Examples and lessons learned from Potchefstroom, a medium sized African city.
In Brebbia, C.A. and Sakellaris, I. Energy and the environment (WIT Press, Southampton, 2003). pp. 79-88.
-Nel, JG and Wessels JA. 2009. Closing the loops – Integrated application of environmental management tools throughout the project cycle:
Lessons learned from a regional shopping mall development project, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
-Nel, JG and Wessels JA. 2009. How to use voluntary, self-regulatory and alternative environmental compliance tools:
Some lessons learned.
-Wessels, JA and Nel, J. 2009. Environmental management training
– A civil based instrument to ensure environmental protection and legal compliance: The Mooirivier Mall case study.
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