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Understanding Electricity Prices
Informative Documents compiled for the Smart Electricity Workshops
Climate Change Resources
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This report reviews the socio-economic aspects of the REIPPP – Where are the jobs
An Alternative Energy vision for South Africa.
Civil Society IRP2 comments analysis – Final 28th September 2010 (Green connection worked with other NGOS to expose the lack of participation by people affected by the IRP (electricity plan for the country)
12th October 2010. The civil society analysis of the inputs and comments in the Integrated Resources Plan IRP2 were produced with the support from Institute for Security Studies’ Corruption & Governance Programme, The Green Connection, Project 90×2030, Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute and WWF-SA
National Planning Commission Minority Report CT Civil Society May 11th Publications McDaid E. and Kruger L, “Funnelling Public Participation towards more effective environmental decision-making in EIAs”. IAIA-SA conference 2004 McDaid E.
“NGO concerns about the EIA process”. IAIA newsletter January 2002 McDaid E., EEU, PLAAS
“Co-management of Coastal and Fisheries Resources” – Awareness raising and Capacity Building programme materials. Environmental Evaluation Unit, UCT 2001
McDaid E., “Sustainable Development and the Environmental Impact Assessment Process: The Fair Process” – for WESSA:WC. IAIA-SA conference Partnerships for the new century 2000
McDaid Liz., “The Environmentally F.A.I.R. EIA Process” – Report for WESSA:WC 2000
McDaid E., “Approaches to Sustainable Energy – Cape Town”. United Nations Habitat II conference proceedings, 1996
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