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The recognition of indigenous customary law in water resource management
The role and place of customary law in `modern' statutory legal systems has been the subject of academic discourse, particularly in nations which had traditional legal systems in existence before the subsequent super-imposition ...
Legal and policy frameworks for climate-friendly energy generation in Africa : energy security for future development
(Macmillan Education Namibia, 2016)
Energy security is the sine qua non in stabilizing democracy and economic growth, and in reducing poverty and the impacts of climate change. This writing investigates energy security and renewable energies in sub-Saharan ...
Kenya’s Water Act (2016) : real devolution or simply the ‘same script, different cast’
(Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2019)
The debate surrounding the enactment of Kenya’s Water Act (2016) and its relationship with its predecessor, the Water Act (2002), brings to mind the lyrics of a contemporary pop duet, ‘Same script, different cast’. As the ...