Many African nations are in the nascent stages of implementing constitutions. This article explores the development of those constitutions, the different forms of legislative representation, and the powers embodied in those constitutions to implement and enforce environmental laws.
Recommended CitationCarl Bruch, Elana Roffman, and Eugene Kim, Legislative Representation and the Environment in African Constitutions, 21 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 119 (2004)
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