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Book: Environmental Law In Africa (co-edited by Prof Patricia Kameri Mbote), ASSELLAU, Nomos Publishers, 2019

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Faculty members at the School of Law have recently contributed to a new Book on the Environmental Law of Africa.

The book was published in 2019 by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, of Baden-Baden in Germany

This scholarly works was co-edited by:

1. Prof. Dr. Patricia Kameri-Mbote - Professor of Law, Former Dean, School of Law, University of Nairobi, Kenya; Chair: Association of Environmental Law Lecturers in African Universities (ASSELLAU).

2. Prof Dr. Oliver Ruppel - Professor of Law and Director, Development and Rule of Law Programme (DROP), Stellenbosch University, South Afri

4. Prof. Dr. Alexander Ross Paterson - Professor of Law and Director, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa.

4. Prof. Dr. Bibobra Orubebe - Professor of Law, Provost and Dean, College of Law, Novena University Ogume, Delta State, Nigeria

5. Prof. Dr. Emmanuel D. Kam Yogo - Professor of Law, Department of Public Law, Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences, University of Douala, Cameroon and Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Laval Uni- versity, Canada.

Chapters Authored by School of Law Faculty:

  1. Ms. Edna Odhiambo - Chapter 9: Regulatory preparedness for non-motorised transport in Nairobi 201 
  2. Prof Patricia Kameri-Mbote - Chapter 10: Wildlife conservation and community property rights in Kenya 
  3. Mr. Andrew Muma - Chapter 13: Access and benefit sharing: beyond the Nagoya Protocol and its ideals 
  4. Dr. Collins Odote - Chapter 15: The role of the Environment and Land Court in governing natural resources in Kenya 
  5. Dr. Kariuki Muigua - Chapter 17: Utilising Kenya’s marine resources for national development 
  6. Ms. Nerima Were - Chapter 23:The conflict between privatisation and the realisation of the right to water in Kenya 

 

 

 

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