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T Field ‘Democratic sovereignty and univocal constitution-making: From transformative constitutionalism to constitutional transformation’ (accepted for publication in the South African Law Journal).

D. MCauley, K.A. Pettigrew, I. Todd, T.M. Mose, T-L. Field “Assessing national performance on delivering a just energy transition in Africa: A DeePer analysis of the African Union Member States 2010 – 2020 through global data” (submitted May 2022 to Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews).

K Bouwer & T Field ‘Editorial: The emergence of climate litigation in Africa’ (2021) 2 Carbon & Climate Law Review 123 – 128.

T Field ‘A just energy transition and functional federalism: The case of South Africa’ (2021) 10(2) Transnational Environmental Law 237 – 261.

Melissa Strydom ‘A critique on privately prosecuting the holder of ‘after the fact’ environmental authorisations: Uzani Environmental Advocacy CC v BP Southern ‘Africa (Pty) Ltd’ (2021) 138 SALJ 617.

T Field “Climate change litigation in South Africa: Firmly out of the starting blocks” in I Alogna, C Bakker & J Gauci Climate Change Litigation: Global Perspectives (Brill, 2020) 173 – 198.

T. Field State Governance of Mining, Development and Sustainability (Edward Elgar, 2019).

T. Field “Exacting silicosis justice through the class action mechanism” (2019) 32(2) Mineral Economics 213 – 221.

T. Humby “The Thabametsi case: Case No. 65662/16 Earthlife Africa Johannesburg v Minister of Environmental Affairs” (2018) 30(1) Journal of Environmental Law 145 – 155.

T. Humby, L. Kotze, O. Rumble & A. Gilder (eds) Climate Change Law and Governance in South Africa (2016) Cape Town: Juta.

T. Humby “Redressing mining legacies: The case of the South African mining industry” (2016) 135(4) Journal of Business Ethics 653–664.

T. Humby ‘The right to development-in-environment and its ecological and developmental thresholds’ (2016) 32(2) South African Journal on Human Rights 219–247.

T. Humby “Mining and climate change” in T. Humby, L. Kotze, O. Rumble & A. Gilder (eds) Climate Law and Governance in South Cape Town (Juta, 2016) 1–32.

L. Kotze, T. Humby, O. Rumble & A. Gilder “Introduction” in T. Humby, L. Kotze, O. Rumble & A. Gilder (eds) Climate Law and Governance in South Cape Town (Juta, 2016) 1–32.

T. Humby “Environmental assessment of shale gas development in South Africa” in Surina Esterhuyse & J. Glazewski (ed) Hydraulic Fracturing in the Karoo: Critical Legal and Environmental Perspectives (2016) Cape Town: Juta, 86–117.

T. Humby & F. Adeleke The Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) and Mining related Disclosure Practices in the Public and Private Sectors: Experiences, Successes, Shortcomings and Reform Working Paper prepared for the Open Society Foundation, South Africa (August 2016).

T. Humby & F. Adeleke Ownership, Operational and Financial Disclosure Regulatory Requirements in South Africa: Beneficial Ownership and Tax Benefit Disclosures Working Paper prepared for the Open Society Foundation, South Africa (August 2016).

T. Humby & F.Adeleke Extractive companies and transparency: Exploring disclosure practice in South Africa and the implicit and explicit drivers of disclosure Working Paper prepared for the Open Society Foundation, South Africa (August 2016).

Completed Higher Degree Supervisions

Maxwell Chuma. PhD. Reframing artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) as a livelihood strategy and the role of law in constituting livelihood assets. Completed 2021. Co-supervised by Dr Nellie Mutameri.

Louis Snyman. PhD. Environmental and spatial planning: Achieving sustainable development in sensitive areas. Completed 2018.

Naledzani Mukwewho. PhD. The emerging principle of free, prior and informed consent in development: Projects in the Limpopo province in South Africa. Completed 2018.

Michael Gerhard. LLM by Dissertation. Promoting resilience through water law and policy harmonization: A case study of the Zambezi basin. Completed 2018.

Sayuri Moodliar. PhD. Environmental damage by Multinational Corporations in developing countries: Finding an effective international law instrument for civil liability. Completed 2017.

Tsepang Leuta. PhD. Reconceptualising cemetery planning in South Africa. Completed 2017. Co-supervised by Professor Alison Todes.

Garufu Paradzai. PhD. An evaluation of the effectiveness of international law principles relating to the regulation of mineral resources in Africa: The Democratic Republic of Congo and Zimbabwe experience. Completed 2015.

Emeka P. Amechi. PhD. The Millenium Development Goals and national and international policy reform: Realizing the right to a healthy environment. Completed 2009. Co-supervised by Professor Constantine Theophilopoulos.