Following twelve weeks spent together, the Principles of Environmental Law class bid their farewells to one another and headed home to their different regions in South Africa, Africa and Europe.
Land Use Planning Law is a very practical subject and accordingly Land Use Planning Law students spent the day down at Soetwater near Scarborough, unpacking an array of complicated land use planning law scenarios.
After a three-year hiatus, the Association of Environmental Law Lecturers from African Universities met again in Nairobi from 14-17 December 2016. The theme of the 4th Symposium was the “Environmental Rule of Law and the Extractives Industry in Africa”.
Sandy Paterson was appointed as one of the trainers invited to lead a workshop for law teachers and trainers in the Asian region on protected areas law and governance. The thirty participants were selected from universities, government agencies and NGO’s in China, Mongolia, Taiwan, India, Sri Lanka, Myammar, Nepal, Thailand and Vietnam.