12 November 2017

Rights of Nature Tribunal in Bonn finds legals systems incapable of preventing climate change

Cormac Cullinan was a judge on the Tribunal, which heard seven cases from around the world which collectively demonstrated that global and national climate change commitments cannot be met without fundamental changes to the legal systems which legalise the activities that cause climate change and the destruction of the ecological systems on which life depends

09 November 2017

Meet our team – Tendai Bonga

A Zimbabwean, born and bred, Tendai has been admitted to the High Courts of both South Africa and Zimbabwe, and has experience practicing law in both countries.

03 November 2017

Cormac Cullinan to judge case at International Rights of Nature Tribunal

"Cases will be presented regarding violations of nature’s rights from all over the world"

26 October 2017

Meet our team – Melissa Groenink

On top of her dedication for protecting the natural environment through her work, Mel is passionate about enjoying it – through her love of sport.

24 October 2017

Sinegugu Zukulu wins right to take SANRAL to court in fight against N2 Wild Coast Toll Road

"The opposition of the respondent organs of state was designed to frustrate the efforts of an aggrieved person to be heard in court."

24 October 2017

Join our expert team in a full-day workshop exploring the hot topics in South African environmental law.

Cape Town // 8 February 2018 // 08:30–16:00

16 October 2017

Cullinan & Associates launches urgent interdict to prevent Kropz dewatering Elandsfontein Aquifer

The Elandsfontein aquifer is under threat!

05 October 2017

Protecting the ecological and cultural heritage of South Africa with the National Forests Act 84 of 1998 – updated lists of protected tree species released.

The National Forests Act 84 of 1998 – updated lists of protected tree species released

22 September 2017

Environmental Assessment Practitioners: Reform and regulation at last?

A tension exists between the legal requirement for an EAP to be independent from the person making the application (the Applicant) and yet being dependent on Applicants for work in compiling environmental assessment reports.

07 July 2017

The N2 Wild Coast Toll Road: Is this what we call 'development'?

"They bring the N2 and tell us this is development. Why must development come from the top and not from us?” – Baliwe Dlamini, Resident

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