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New Publication by Faculty at the School of Law: Environmental Law In Africa

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

 

 

 

Expiry Date: 
Fri, 2022-04-01 (All day)

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