ELA Newsletter 2021-20

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5 June 2021


Department of Trade and Industry – Auto Green Paper on the advancement of new energy vehicles in South Africa – Comments invited


Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Bill – GN R447 in GG 44610 of 21 May 2021 – Amendments –  for comment

Plant Health (Phytosantirary) Bill – GN 445 in GG 44604 of 21 May 2021 –  Explanatory summary



Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 – GN 451 in GG 44633 of 28 May 2021 – Directions: Re-opening of schools and measures to address, prevent and combat the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 in the Education Sector


Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977  – GN R480 in GG 44644 of 1 June 2021 – Amendment of Regulations

Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977 – GN R479 in GG 44644 of 1 June 2021 –  Maximum Retail Price for Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977 – GN R479 in GG 44644 of 1 June 2021 – Regulations: Single maximum national retail price for illuminating paraffin

Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 – GN R476 in GG 44642 of 30 May 2021 – Determination of Alert Level: Coronavirus COVID-19 Alert Level 2 will apply nationally from 00H01 on 31 May 2021

Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 – GN R477 in GG 44642 of 30 May 2021 – Disaster Management Act: Regulations: Alert level 2 during Coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown: Amendment

Marine Living Resources Act 18 of 1998 – GN 466 in GG 44636 of 28 May 2021 – Right to conduct sea-based abalone ranching in the area between Doring Bay and Strandfontein Bay: Applications invited

Gas Act 48 of 2001 – GN 479 in GG 44636 of 28 May 2021 – Rules

Standards Act 8 of 2008 – Gen Notice 315 in GG 44636 of 28 May 2021

  • SANS 50003 Ed 2 Energy management systems – Requirements for bodies providing audit and
    certification of energy management systems. Specifies requirements for
    competence, consistency and impartiality in the auditing and certification of ISO
    50001 energy management systems (EnMS) for bodies providing these services – for comment
  • SANS 53754 Ed 2 Products used for treatment of water intended for human consumption – Bentonite.
    Applies to bentonite used for treatment of water intended for human consumption
    and describes the characteristics of bentonite and specifies the requirements and the
    corresponding test methods for bentonite – for comment

South African Weather Services Act 8 of 2001 – GN 449 in GG 44616 of 27 May 2021 – Regulating Committee for Meteorological Services: Nominations invited

Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 – GN 446 in GG 44607 of 27 May 2021 – National Mine Closure Strategy – Comments invited

Plant Breeders’ Rights Act 15 of 1976 – GN 432 in GG 44593 of 21 May 2021 – Amendment of Regulations

Genetically Modified Organisms Act GN 431 in GG 44593 of 21 May 2021 – Regulations: Amendments

National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008 – GN 444 in GG 44602 of 21 May 2021 – National Norms and Standards for the Treatment of Organic Waste –  Extension of deadline for comments



Litigation: City wins R364m water and sanitation tender case
“The City of Cape Town has won a Western Cape High Court case over the non-finalisation of a tender worth R364m for the provision of professional services for water and sanitation with 11 companies, because none of the tenderers had indicated that they had a local office in the Cape Town municipal area. A Cape Argus report says the five companies that brought the application against the city had wanted the court to review and set aside the decisions of the city’s council meeting in October 2020, which resolved to accept a recommendation not to conclude the contracts with any of the companies. In addition to the city, the municipal speaker and the city manager, the respondents were the other six firms that lost out on the tender. The six companies cited as respondents did not participate in the case. The applicants claimed that they, together with the six companies mentioned as respondents, were all successful bidders for tender 293C for the provision of multi-disciplinary professional services to the city’s Water & Sanitation Department. According to the recommendation, the financial implications were estimated at R364m, excluding VAT, over a 60-month period. The main application prompted the city to bring a counter-application for self-review to set aside decisions it had made earlier. Judge Judith Cloete said: ‘There is no dispute that, objectively, the city delayed in launching its counter-application. However, the city argues that what it was not required to do was to launch costly and time-consuming legal proceedings in circumstances where it had the option of solving the matter quickly and cost-effectively through a pending statutory process.’ In her ruling, the judge chose to overlook the delay and ordered: ‘The main application is dismissed and the counter-application succeeds.’” Full Cape Argus report. Judgment.



Ian Goldin. Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World. 2021. Review by The Conversation.

Baker McKenzie. Finding Balance: Sustainability in Financial Institutions. 2 June 2021. View PDF here.

News, Blogs, Discussions, Websites, Videos, ETC

South Africa

Biodiversity, Protected Areas, Culture

Daily Maverick: “Alien invaders: The hidden threat to South Africa’s food, water and wild places” 31 May 2021

BizCommunity: “SA sees increase in alien invasive species” 31 May 2021

IOL: “LOOK: The sardines have arrived in KZN” 31 May 2021

Daily Maverick: “South Africa at a crossroads on wildlife welfare and sentience” 1 June 2021

Daily Maverick: “Watch where you walk — and other ways to shore up a little help for the vanishing plover” 1 June 2021

IOL: “Cape Town’s Kelp Forest one of Bloomberg’s New Seven Wonders of the World – in part thanks to ’My Octopus Teacher’” 2 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “Cause of Rhodes Memorial fire to be made public in two weeks’ time” 4 June 2021

IOL: “Restoring natural landscapes through waste clean-ups” 5 June 2021

Climate Change and Energy

BusinessDay: “PODCAST | Powerships may be viable solution to SA’s energy crisis” 21 May 2021

BizNews: “Renewable energy is the new oil” 26 May 2021

Daily Maverick: “Heavy compensation claims: Climate change ambitions are being undermined by foreign direct investment disputes” 1 June 2021

Daily Maverick: “Business urges speedy ‘Plan B’ for SA electricity crisis as Mbalula drawn into Turkish powership controversy” 2 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “The role of natural gas within the energy transition” 2 June 2021

Daily Maverick: “World Environment Day: Judicial number-crunching needed to avert the climate crunch” 3 June 2021

BusinessDay: “Ramaphosa ‘actively working’ for energy solution” 3 June 2021

AmaBhungane: “Officials confirm they met rival bidder, ‘minister’s associates at Kream’” 3 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “South Africa’s nationally determined contribution plan for climate change must be more ambitious, say nation’s youth” 4 June 2021

AllAfrica: “South Africa: Is Africa’s Biggest Polluter Capable of Transformation?” 4 June 2021

News24: “THE ESKOM FILES | De Ruyter: Econ Oil’s Mlonzi admitted to acting ‘improperly, if not corruptly’” 5 June 2021

Environmental Enforcement

Daily Maverick: “Killing the Holy Ghost: Inside the unlawful bid for environmental approval of the Musina-Makhado SEZ” 25 May 2021

Mail & Guardian: “Musina-Makhado zone cut down to size, but ‘it’s window-dressing’” 30 May 2021

Daily Maverick: “‘Deadly Air’: A case about real lives and real people” 2 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “Complaint brought against Karpowership enviro consultants for not doing study on underwater noise” 4 June 2021

CER: “Final nail in the coffin for proposed Khanyisa Coal Power Station” 3 June 2021

Environmental: Ruling brings death knell for coal power project

A court ruling to invalidate environmental approvals for the Khanyisa Coal Power Station has dealt a deadly blow to the proposed project, says a Business Day report. In a ruling handed down by the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) yesterday, it was declared that environmental approval for the planned 600MW Khanyisa coal-fired power station has expired. According to the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), which represented the applicants, the order is effectively ‘the final nail in the coffin’ for the proposed coal plant, which has met countless legal and other hurdles since its inception. The ruling comes after Thabametsi, another proposed coal-fired plant was cancelled by its developers – Japan’s Marubeni Corporation and the Korea Electric Power Corporation – in December 2020 as it faced fierce opposition from environmental justice groups and struggled to bring funders on board. Its environmental authorisation was also set aside by the High Court. Pressure from environmental groups led SA’s largest banks, Standard Bank, FirstRand, Nedbank and Absa, to agree to withdraw from funding both Khanyisa and Thabametsi. The two projects were the preferred bidders in SA’s first bid window for the Coal Baseload Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme under a 2012 ministerial determination that called for 2 500MW of baseload coal. Despite the hurdles these projects encountered, Mineral Resources & Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has promised to release a tender for 1 500MW of new coal in 2021 as is provided for in the Integrated Resource Plan 2019, SA’s electricity infrastructure road map. Mantashe said it would be up to the market to decide if there is an appetite for such projects.

This week’s ruling comes as a result of a legal challenge launched by environmental justice group groundWork, represented by the CER, in 2017 that sought to set aside the environmental approval for the plant on the basis that the developers, Saudi company ACWA Power, failed adequately to assess the project’s climate change impacts, and that the Environment Minister, the late Edna Molewa, failed to consider climate change impacts before approving the project. Khanyisa has faced numerous other challenges, notes the report. Full Business Day report (subscription needed)

BizNews: ”One up to the environment as High Court opposes Khanyisa coal-fired power station” 4 June 2021

Local Government

GroundUp: “Protesters shut down dam in Limpopo” 2 June 2021

GroundUp: “Shack dwellers install their own taps and toilets” 2 June 2021

GroundUp: “Cape Town golf clubs may be turned into housing – City documents” 4 June 2021

GroundUp: “City of Cape Town to evict dozens of Observatory residents” 4 June 2021

Polity: “Johannesburg seeks R3.8bn for solar, gas and batteries” 4 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “West Rand: ‘These mine dumps are destroying us’” 5 June 2021


BizCommunity: “3 transformative trends in mining” 31 May 2021

Lexology: “Junior Indaba 2021 | Day 1 key take aways” (Day 2 take aways ; and more about the Junior Indaba) 1 June 2021

Water, Waste, Oceans and Chemicals

Daily Maverick: “Seaspiracy and the environmental impact of fishing” 30 May 2021

Daily Maverick: “Defenders of the deep: protecting our oceans” 31 May 2021

BizCommunity: “New report looks at barriers to recycling in SA” 31 May 2021

IOL: “Big business should not lay plastic recycling issue solely at door of consumers” 1 June 2021


Novation Consulting: “Not another POPIA White Paper: 10 Years, 10 Lessons.” 25 June 2020. View PDF here.

BizCommunity: “5th MSCI South Africa Green Annual Property Index out now” 26 May 2021

Daily Maverick: “Our Burning Planet milestones: A timeline of wake-up calls” 31 May 2021

Mail & Guardian: “No need to panic about POPI” 2 June 2021

BizCommunity: “Covid-19 has shown that following the same road will lead the world over a precipice” 2 June 2021

BizCommunity: “African researchers invited to apply for JWO Research Grant” 2 June 2021

Mail & Guardian: “South African CBD company nets big deal in anticipation of cannabis-industry boom” 3 June 2021

News24: “Residents of Eastern Cape district cautiously support Expropriation Bill – Parliament” 5 June 2021

IOL: “Simple things everyone can easily do to help the environment” 5 June 2021


Biodiversity, Soil, Protected Areas and Culture

The Conversation: “Mount Nyiragongo’s volcano: why it’s unique and treacherous” 31 May 2021

Daily Maverick: Special Report: “Lungs of the Earth: Central Africa – Democratic Republic of Congo” June 2021

AllAfrica: “Africa: Climate Change Fans Spread of Pests and Threats Plants and Crops, New FAO Study” 2 June 2021

The Conversation: “Food security in African cities needs a fresh approach – our book sets out the issues” 3 June 2021

The Conversation: “The eruption of Mount Nyiragongo: its health effects will be felt for a long time” 4 June 2021

Climate Change and Energy

Thomson Reuters: “As climate change threatens Kenyan tea, millions of workers seen at risk” 10 May 2021

Thomson Reuters: “Uganda to state agencies: No cash without a climate plan” 24 May 2021

BizCommunity: “Mozambique launches construction of $1bn power plant, transmission line” 1 June 2021

This Day Live: “Nigeria Petroleum Body to Gain Stake in Private Refineries” 1 June 2021

BizCommunity: “Exxon surrenders interest in Ghana’s offshore oil block” 3 June 2021

AllAfrica (original: National): “Kenya: Italian Firms Cite Kenyatta-Ruto Power Fights in Botched Dams Tender” 3 June 2021


Daily Maverick: “Canadian firm ReconAfrica’s quest for Namibian oil and gas poses seismic risk to elephant behaviour” 3 June 2021

Mining Weekly: “NMP hosts informative workshops as court case is again postponed” (Namibia) 3 June 2021

Water, Oceans, Waste and Chemicals

The Conversation: “Nigeria: How Illegal Fishing Harms Nigeria and What to Do About It” 1 June 2021


The Conversation: “Mozambique’s difficult decade: three lessons to inform next steps” 31 May 2021

AllAfrica (and GreenPeace International): “West Africa: Fishmeal and Fish Oil Imports From West Africa to Europe Expose Broken Food System” 1 June 2021

The Conversation: “Africa: Informal Food Markets – What It Takes to Make Them Safer” 3 June 2021


Biodiversity, Protected Areas, and Culture

Lexology: “Decarbonisation and shipping: International Maritime Organization ambitions and measures” 27 May 2021

Earth.org: “New Bill Seeks to End Hong Kong’s Days as an Illegal Wildlife Trade Hub” 1 June 2021

Nature.com: “Widespread deoxygenation of temperate lakes” 2 June 2021

Earth.org: “New Survey Shows That Hong Kong is Turning its Back on Shark Fin Soup, Embracing a More Sustainable Future” 2 June 2021

Earth.org: “Pandemics and Pangolins: The Use of Wild Animal Parts in Traditional Medicine” 2 June 2021

Earth.org: “Wildlife Trafficking, Like Everything Else, Has Gone Online During COVID-19” 3 June 2021

The Guardian: “ World’s soils ‘under great pressure’, says UN pollution report” 4 June 2021

The Guardian: “World leaders ‘ignoring’ role of destruction of nature in causing pandemics” 4 June 2021

Business Insider: “Australians are fighting a biblical mouse plague with poison – and wildlife is suffering” 5 June 2021

Climate Change and Energy

IOL: “Biodiversity: how our health and happiness depend on a thriving planet” 3 April 2021

BizCommunity: “IIASA researchers produce new framework to enhance national climate action” 28 May 2021

Reuters: “Medics march to WHO headquarters in climate campaign” 30 May 2021

Mail & Guardian: “Critical climate change talks raise pressure for COP26” 1 June 2021

Nature.com: “Charge-carrying films for solar cells made quickly and cleanly” 2 June 2021

Mining Weekly: Renewables to take lion’s share of energy investment in 2021, but still falling short of net-zero goal” 2 June 2021

BizCommunity: “Climate change: 6 priorities for pulling carbon out of the air” 3 June 2021

The Guardian: “Climate tipping points could topple like dominoes, warn scientists” 3 June 2021

Environmental Enforcement

The Guardian: “Birmingham launches England’s first clean air zone outside London” 30 May 2021

The Guardian: “Italian climate activists sue government over inaction” 5 June 2021


Mining Weekly: “Miners doing their part for climate change – report” (Australia) 2 June 2021

Earth.org: “Biden Suspends Trump-Era Oil Drilling Leases in Arctic Wildlife Refuge” 3 June 2021

Mining Weekly: “Air classifiers replacing wet classification in quarries” 4 June 2021

Water, Oceans, Waste and Chemicals

Earth.org: “Saving the Ocean’s Invisible Forests” 1 June 2021

Earth.org: “15 Facts About Overfishing” 2 June 2021

Earth.org: “The Detrimental Effects of Deep-Sea Mining on Marine Ecosystems” 4 June 2021

The Guardian: “Sri Lankans face up to ‘unmeasurable cost’ of cargo ship disaster” 4 June 2021 (More here)


The Jurist: “Patients over Patents” 28 May 2021

Mail & Guardian: “There isn’t a vaccine for the Earth we have damaged and disrupted” 1 June 2021

The Guardian: The Guardian picture essay: Amazônia: life and death in the Brazilian rainforest” 4 June 2021

Conferences, Workshops, Study Opportunities


Fourth seminar in 10-part Climate Change Series, hosted by the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights and International Law (a centre of the University of Johannesburg). This seminar is titled ‘Looking Back, Looking Forward – Can Law Change the Climate Trajectory?’.
Date: 17 June 2021
Time: 17h30 – 19h00 (South Africa time: GMT plus 2)
Venue: Zoom Meeting – link here

RSVP to . There is a maximum of 100 participants in the Zoom seminar but the seminar will also be live-streamed on the Facebook page of SAIFAC (https://www.facebook.com/SAIFAConline/)

South Africa Green Jobs Dialogue Series
15 April – 10 June 2021
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Animal rights in South African law (Zoom webinar)
Topic: What are “animal rights” and what rights do animals in South Africa have?
Presented by Tony Gerrans – Executive Director at the Humane Society International – Africa.
28 June, 9:00-11:00 SAST
Register here

ELA and IAIAsa: Discussion the Protection of Personal Information Act
Date: 9 June 2021
Time: 10h00-12h00 SAST
The invitation is available here.
Where: Online Webinar
Register here

Please register at the link before 13h00 on 7 June 2021. The Zoom link will be provided the day before the event, once membership has been verified and non-member payments have cleared through the bank. Anyone not registered for the event with IAIAsa and joining the webinar will be removed automatically. Places are limited. We therefore respectfully request that if you register and cannot attend you cancel your registration by 13h00 on 7 June 2021, failing which a no-show fee will be applicable.

NWU AUTHeR: First Africa Conference on Transdisciplinarity ACT1 – Call for Abstracts
Date: Wednesday, 4 August 2021
Venue: Virtual Conference – deadline for abstract: 9 June 2021

IMBEWU’s Environmental Law Update Workshop
Online course: To book, email or call us on 011 214 0660
For more information about the course consult the website.

CBSS Training Courses in Water Governance scheduled for 2021

  • 17 – 19 August 2021, in Pretoria
    • Refresher (for those who attended previous courses): 19 August 2021
    • Early Bird discount applicable until 6 July 2021
    • Registration closes 20 July 2021
    • Only TWO (2) seats still available
  • 7 – 9 September 2021, near Stellenbosch
    • Refresher (for those who attended previous courses): 9 September 2021
    • Early bird payment before 20 July 2021
    • Registration closes 3 August 2021
    • Nine (9) seats still available
  • Mpumalanga, KZN and Eastern Cape: date and venue to be confirmed, depending on interest

You can register here

NWU: Unit for Continuing Education Short Courses

  • CEM-05.3.1 Environmental Risk Assessment: 7 – 11 June 2021
  • CEM-03.1.1 Environmental Management Systems: 5 – 9 July 2021

Contact Rosy Moloto: 018 299 2725 / Nonzuzu Seleka: 018 299 1470 for more information

South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights and International Law (SAIFAC):  10-part series on Climate Change Leadership: Bringing Science, People and Policy Together

  • 27 May 2021: Topic 3: How do people and societies respond (or not) to climate change? Navigating the complexities of human behaviour.
  • 17 June 2021: Topic 4: Looking back, looking forward – can law change the climate change trajectory?
  • 29 July 2021: Topic 5: Who produces CO2 and why? What are the options and technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions?
  • 19 August 2021: Topic 6: Increasing pressure, increasing implications for businesses?
  • 2 September 2021: Topic 8: Jobs or the environment? How can climate change responses address the interests of labour?
  • 30 September 2021: Topic 9: Preparing for COP 26 – What does South Africa want from the COP negotiations?
  • 14 October 2021: Topic 10: Where to from here? The role of the next generation and their views on a safe and human world for all

More information available on the SAIFAC Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SAIFAConline

Enterprises @ University of Pretoria Online Short Course in Environmental Law
Date: 21 June to 2 July 2021
Led by Dr Melanie Murcott
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IAIAsa National Conference: Re-thinking IEM in pursuit of the sustainable development goals:  1st call for presentations
Date: 17-19 August 2021
Call for abstracts here – Abstract deadline: 4 June 2021

SARIMA Online Conference: Embracing Change in a Shifting World  |  Managing Openness, Collaboration, Sharing and Benefit in Research and Innovation
Date: 26 – 29 October 2021
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The Road to COP 26/CMA 3 Preparatory Lecture Series:
Date: 28 May 2021, (EST) / 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (SGT): The Paris Agreement Rule Book: Adding a Glasgow Chapter to the Katowice Package by Petra Minnerop, Associate Professor of International Law, Durham University, Durham Law School
Date: 18 June 2021, 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (Beijing): Advancing Technology Development and Transfer under the Paris Agreement by Stephen Minas, Associate Professor, Peking University School of Transnational Law and Vice-Chair of the UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee
Date: 2 July 2021, 12:00 (London) / 17:00 (Dhaka): The perspective of the Least Developed Countries on Loss and Damage from climate change by Dr Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) and Professor at the Independent University Bangladesh (IUB)
Date: 30 July 2021 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (SGT) Global Goal for Adaptation for Raising Ambition under the Paris Agreement by Selam Kidane AbebeLegal Advisor for the African Group of Negotiators under the UNFCCC
Date: 26 August 2021, 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (SGT) Streamlining the Ocean into COP 26 and beyond by Nilufer Oral, Director, CIL-NUS and Member of the International Law Commission
Date: 24 September 2021, 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (SGT) Equity and Fairness in International Climate Change Law by Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Date: 8 October 2021, 10:00 (London) / 18:00 (SGT) The Compensation Question: Loss and Damages by Linda Siegele, Legal Advisor to AOSIS Member States
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IUCN AEL 2021 Groningen Colloquium Registration
Date: 28 June 2021 – 2 July 2021
Register here

FREE webinar introduces the new British Standard on natural capital accounting
Date: 15 June at 14:00 – 15:30 UK time

10th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage (AMD)Virtual Workshop
Date: 22 – 25 June 2021

IWRA Online Conference: One Water, One Health: Water, Food & Public Health in a Changing World (Free conference)
Dates: 7-9 June 2021

Call for Panels and Presentations: 1st Annual Conference on Carbon Removal Law and Policy: Exploring Ocean-Based Approaches to CDR – online
Date: 21 September 2021
Submissions for panel sessions or individual presentations accepted until 18 June 2021
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IAIA’s 12-week “Foundations of Impact Assessment” online course
Dates: 4 June through 3 September 2021
Registration is open through 4 June or until filled. Limited bursaries are available but typically fill within days. More information

IISD ENB: 3rd Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Implementation (SBI-3) | 16 May – 13 June 2021 | Online | Convention on Biological Diversity – CBD

GNHRE Virtual book launch of Professor Lynda Collins’ new book, The Ecological Constitution: Reframing Environmental Law
The Ecological Constitution integrates the insights of environmental constitutionalism and ecological law in a concise, engaging and accessible manner. This book sets out the necessary components of any constitution that could be considered “ecological” in nature.
8 June 2021 at 18:00 SAST
You can read more about the launch and register here.

UK: BS 8683:2021 Process for designing and implementing Biodiversity Net Gain
This specifies requirements to design and implement a biodiversity net gain process in development and land use projects.
Date: 8 June 2021 at 15:00 – 16:30 SAST
Cost: Free
Registration and more information

The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – Climate Justice and the international research team Climate Change, Territories, Diversity of the University of Padua are pleased to invite you to the opening conference of the new Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Climate Justice.
Tuesday 1 June, from 11.30 to 18.30 (SAST). The conference will be delivered online through the ZOOM platform. The link and instructions for accessing the event will be sent out a few days before the event. Registration for the seminars is open.

Vacancies, Bursaries, Funding, Opportunities, etc.


Vacancy: Academic & Quality Manager: Law Faculty
Boston City Campus (WC)
Application deadline unspecified
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Environmental co-ordinator (Ogies)
Date listed: 13 May 2021
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Vacancy: Legal Practitioner: Just Energy Transition Africa
Natural Justice, Cape Town
Date listed: 15 April 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Officer Management – Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd
Delmas, Mpumalanga
Date listed: 16 May 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Superintendent – Anglo American
Emalahleni, Eastern Cape
Date listed: 26 May 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Consultant – Marsh McLennan
Date listed: 16 May 2021
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Vacancy: Field Ranger, Riverlands Nature reserve (Level 4) – CapeNature
Malmesbury, Western Cape
Date listed: 23 May 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Specialist
Port Elizabeth
Date listed: 30 April 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Specialist (Energy, climate change) – Hatch
Date listed: 10 May 2021
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Vacancy: Environmental Superintendent – Thermal Coal
Date listed: 26 May 2021
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Vacancy: Professor in Socio-Environmental Sustainability
University of Oulu (Finland)
Apply by: 30 June 2021
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Vacancy: Faculty Position in Law
Singapore Management University, Yong Pung How School of Law
Date listed: 16 April 2021
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Vacancy: Senior Academic Staff in Administrative Law
University of Antwerp Faculty of Law (Belgium)
Appy by: 27 September 2021
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Vacancy: Senior Renewable Energy Portfolio Manager, South Pole
Date listed: 5 May 2021
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Study Opportunity: Postdoctoral Researcher in the Measurement of Social and Economic Change
University of Tasmania Institute for Social Change (Australia)
Apply by: 29 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: Presidential Post-Doctoral Fellowship
The University of Hong Kong (HKU-PPF)
Application deadline unspecified
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Study Opportunity: PhD Position in Socio-Economic Analysis of Circular Water Governance
VU University of Amsterdam Institute for Environmental Studies (Netherlands)
Apply by: 12 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: PhD Position in Socio-Economic Analysis of Circular Water Governance
VU University of Amsterdam Institute for Environmental Studies
Apply by: 12 June 2021
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Study Opportunity:  Postdoctoral Fellow in Urban Governance and Transition Politics
University of Bergen Department of Geography
Application deadline unspecified
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SPAIN: Learn Africa Online Programme
Apply by: 6 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: Innovation for Change in Public Transport 2021-2022
Apply by: 10 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: The Rhodes Scholarships for Southern Africa 2022
United Kingdom
Apply by: 15 August 2021
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Study Opportunity: France – South Africa Scholarship Programme
Apply by: 21 September 2021
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Study Opportunity: Research Fellow in Technology and Law
Catholic University of Leuven Faculty of Law
Apply by: 14 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: Research Fellow in Law
University of Leeds School of Law
Apply by: 6 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: University of Utrecht: Postdoctoral Researcher on Social Justice of Water, Energy and Food Governance in South Africa
Apply by: 17 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: University of Utrecht Faculty of Geosciences: Postdoc position in Global Environmental Governance at Utrecht University
Apply by: 13 June 2021
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Study Opportunity: University of Utrecht Faculty of Geosciences: Two PhD positions in Global Environmental Governance
Apply by: 6 June 2021
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