Environmental law in South Africa relates to the economic, social, philosophical and jurisprudential issues of legal rules that conserve and protect the environment. The principles of South African environment law was shaped by the laws enforcing the utilization, natural resource conservation, land-use planning and development and international dimension.
Perception of the environment means the surroundings in which humans exist. These surroundings include the atmosphere of the earth, water and the land. Plants and animal life and micro-organisms are also a part of the surroundings of humans. Environment includes any combination of the above, as well as the chemical, aesthetic, cultural properties and physical conditions that influence the human well-being and health.
Environmental law covers the land-use development and planning, utilization and resource conservation, along with pollution control and waste management. Conservation of the environment is the control of the environmental pollution and the lands natural resources.
Sustainable development does not compromise future generations and their needs. Priority is given to the needs of the poor without sacrificing growth, innovation and progress. Environmental laws focus on sustainability by using the environment that meets human needs and still ensures its preservation. Biological diversity and the ecosystems would not be disturbed and remedied where needed. The landscaping, air pollution, waste removal and the exploitation of developments in the country are all avoided and fixed when needed.
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Frans Schoeman began practicing law in 1990. His areas of expertise are in commercial, corporate and business law. Frans obtained his Baccalaureus Procurationis degree from the University of the Free State in 1990. His degree qualifies him as an attorney in South Africa. While studying for his legal degree, Frans was involved in the Student Legal Society at the University.
Schoeman moved on to become an attorney practicing law at the law offices of Hofmeyr, Herbstein and Gihwala Inc. In 2001, Frans became the legal director at TG Minister Group. He practiced general law, constructed complicated legal mergers, acquisitions and helped clients with the negotiation of contract procedure issues. In 2003, Schoeman was admitted to practice in the High courts of RSA. In 2005, Schoeman was running mine concessions in Angola after adding an MD to his accomplishments at Phatsima Diamond Corporation. Frans become the director of Phatsima Diamond Corporation by the end of 205.
As a senior partner at the Joubert Schoeman Law group, Frans Schoeman helped to develop special techniques for handling law issues that gives effective solutions to their clients. As attorney for both nationally and internationally clients, Schoeman and his group have the proven skills and exceptional legal level of knowledge in a diversity of legal areas.