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Title:Oil pollution: its nature and Africa's legislative response
Author:Herrington, W.W.
Year:1971
Periodical:African Law Studies
Issue:4
Pages:47-64
Language:English
Geographic term:Africa
Subjects:environmental law
environment
petroleum
External link:http://www.heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/jlpul4&id=51&collection=journals&index=journals/jlpul
Abstract:In general, African legislation on water pollution can be divided into two groups: those laws which deal generally with water pollution and which may find application against oil pollution and those laws which deal exclusively with oil pollution. The amount of African legislation which could conceivably deal with the problem of oil pollution is not staggering; most of the laws discussed in this paper were basically water rights laws. 1. Introduction - 2. The American response to oil pollution (Water pollution; Oil pollution) - 3. The African response to oil pollution (Water Pollution: Botswana - Kenya - Malagasy Republic - Malawi - South Africa - South-West Africa - Rhodesia - Swaziland - Other countries; Oil pollution: Egypt - Portugal - Spain) - 4. Africa and the International Convention on Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil - 5. Summary and rationale. Notes; bibliography.
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