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  • Module 2: Tools and Governance | DLIST Benguela
    such management namely ICZM EIA and SIA Documents Synopsis Module 2 Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 19 Synopsys for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Synopsis pdf Module 2 Sources of reference Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 20 Sources of reference for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Sources of Reference pdf Module 2 Core Notes Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 17 Core notes for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Core Notes pdf Module 2 self test Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 20 Self test for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Self test pdf Module 2 case study Tierhoek Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 22 Tierhoek Case study for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Author Jonathan Kingwill Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Case Study pdf Module 2 additional materials Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 23 Additional materials for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas course for 2011 Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 2 Tools Additional Material pdf Module 2 Media articles Posted Sun 2006 03 05 23 25 Media articles for Module 2 Tools and Governance of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Author CPUT Publisher CPUT Language English File

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  • Module 3: Water | DLIST Benguela
    that drive aquatic ecosystem functions Discuss river water quality in terms of its natural state and what influences changes Understand the issues surrounding pollution of aquatic systems Outline the causes of water quality problems associated with human settlements Outline how appropriate levels of services support waste prevention and waste minimisation policies Outline the problems and constraints with respect to the provision of these services Understand South Africa s water resource situation with regard to availability requirements and its use Define and show understanding of basic concepts and principles that underline WC WDM Explain the importance of WC WDM and its contribution to sustainability of water resource development and management Explain the philosophical approach of Integrated Water Resource Management Conceptualize typical flow chart of WC WDM in a water supply chain and its key supporting activities Analyze water use situation and identify opportunities for WC WDM Apply framework of action to develop a program on WC WDM Be able to relate essential techniques such as life cycle assessment pinch technology and cleaner production on its impact into WC WDM Students are also expected to apply the knowledge acquired in the analysis of two case studies one about water quality effects of settlements and another about industrial water management the analysis of newspaper articles about river pollution and municipal water services two self tests Documents Documents Water Quality Sources of Reference Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Sources of reference for Water Quality part of Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Quality Sources of Reference pdf Water Conservation Sources of Reference Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Sources of reference for Water Conservation part of Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Conservation Sources of Reference pdf Water Quality Self Test Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Self test on Water Quality for Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Quality Self Test pdf Water Conservation Synopsis Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Synopsis of Water Conservation for Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Conservation Synopsis pdf Water Quality case study Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Case study on Water Quality for Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Quality Case study pdf Water Conservation Self Test Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Self test on Water Conservation for Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 3 Water Conservation Self Test pdf Water Quality Newspaper Articles Posted Tue 2006 04 18 22 00 Newspaper articles related to Water Quality for Module 3 Water of the Environmental Engineering

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  • Module 4: Energy | DLIST Benguela
    energy Explain and use the energy specific terminology as discussed in the notes Discuss the environmental impacts of different energy sources Identify where energy losses in a typical industrial commercial case are likely to occur and how to reduce or eliminate these Do calculations to determine energy losses in typical industrial and commercial applications Calculate energy and cost savings when efficiency and conservation measures are implemented in typical industrial and commercial applications In addition students should Have a basic grasp of the global energy situation Discuss strategies to ensure global and local energy security Understand the importance of energy efficiency and conservation Know the basic steps to follow in implementing an energy efficiency plan Documents Documents Module 4 Energy Resources Core Notes Posted Mon 2006 04 03 17 33 Core Notes for Module 4 Energy of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 4 Energy Resources Core Notes pdf Module 4 Energy Resources Case Study Posted Mon 2006 04 03 17 33 Case Study for Module 4 Energy of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 4 Energy Resources Case Study pdf Module 4 Energy Efficiency Core Notes Posted Mon 2006 04 03 17 33 Core Notes for Module 4 Energy of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 4 Energy Efficiency Core Notes pdf Module 4 Energy Synopsis Posted Mon 2006 04 03 17 33 Synopsys for Module 4 Energy of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 4 Energy Synopsis pdf Module 4 Energy Newspaper Articles Posted Mon 2006 04 03 17 33 Newspaper Articles for Module 4 Energy of the Environmental Engineering Sustainable development in coastal areas Publisher CPUT

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  • Module 5: Air Quality | DLIST Benguela
    common sources of air pollution an overview of an Emmission Inventory and the basic methods of estimating emmission rates from each of the main categories of air pollutatnt sources a description of an Air Quality Management System and a case study Estimating Vehicle Emmissions in the City of Cape Town Documents Module 5 Case Study Posted Wed 2006 05 03 10 16 Case Study for Module 5 Air Quality of the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas File Module 5 Air Quality Case Study pdf Module 5 Newspaper articles Posted Wed 2006 05 03 10 22 Newspaper articles for Module 5 Air Quality for the Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development of Coastal Areas course Author Kanina Foss Document date 2009 10 File Module 5 Air Quality Selected newspaper articles pdf Air Quality Case Study 1 Posted Wed 2006 05 03 10 30 Air Quality Case Stdy 1 for the Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas course Language English File Module 5 Air Quality Case study 1 doc Urban Air Pollution Posted Fri 2011 05 06 15 32 This document contains Urban Air pollution notes for Environmental Engineering Language English File Module 5 Air Quality Introduction pdf National Environmental Management Air Quality Act Act 39 of 2004 Posted Fri 2011 05 06 15 46 This document contains National Environmental Management Air Quality Act The Act reform teh law regulating air quality in order to protect the environment Language English Document date 2005 02 File NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AIR QUALITY ACT NO 39 OF 2004 with highlights pdf WHO Air Quality Guidelines Posted Fri 2011 05 06 15 54 This document contains WHO Air Quality guidelines for Particular matter ozone nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide Author World Health Organization Language English Document date 2005 12 File WHO AQ Guidelines

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  • Module 6: Waste | DLIST Benguela
    for integrated waste management and how to draft integrated waste management plans Documents Wastewater Core Notes Posted Thu 2006 05 25 12 39 Core Notes for Wastewater Module 6 for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development of Coastal Areas File Module 6 Wastewater Core Notes pdf Module 6 Waste Synopsis Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 32 Synopsis for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Waste Synopsis pdf Module 6 Waste Self test Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 32 Selft Test for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Waste Self test pdf Module 6 Waste Sources of Reference Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 35 Sources of Reference for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Waste Sources of Reference pdf Module 6 Waste Core Notes Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 35 Core Notes for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Waste Core Notes pdf Module 6 Initial Draft Waste Minimisation Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 36 Waste Minimisation notes for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Initial Draft Waste Minimisation pdf Module 6 Waste Newspaper articles Posted Tue 2006 05 23 14 36 Newspaper Articles for Module 6 Waste for the course on Environmental Engineering Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas Publisher CPUT Language English File Module 6 Waste Newspaper articles pdf Wastewater Self Test Posted Thu 2006 05 25 12 41

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  • Environmental Engineering
    Impact Assessment Regulations Administrative Review 2013 Assignment 2 2013 Overview of IEM Overview of EIA Constitution Law and Ethics 2013 Tools for environment assessment Module 3 Water The first lecture in this module Water Quality aims to provide first a brief overview of the diversity of freshwater ecosystems how they function and the services that many of them provide to humans It is only in the light of this information that the implications of different effects on water quality can be understood in terms of both human and ecosystem health The lecture outlines the major components of water quality and summarises how they change and some of the ecological and or human health implications of these changes The use of various water quality management objectives effluent quality restrictions guidelines in South Africa is also discussed Reading material discusses specific effects of human settlements on freshwater ecosystems and outlines the complexities of catchment level impacts to show the linkages between social economic and environmental decisions The second lecture Water Conservation and Demand Management provides a perspective on the water resource situation in South Africa and analyses the need for new approaches to water management in light of this situation Demand side solutions through water conservation and demand management WC WDM are discussed Short medium and long term measures are listed as part of a water conservation programme After completing the Water module a student should be able to Understand the basic freshwater ecosystem functioning the different types of aquatic systems and the processes that drive aquatic ecosystem functions Discuss river water quality in terms of its natural state and what influences changes Understand the issues surrounding pollution of aquatic systems Outline the causes of water quality problems associated with human settlements Outline how appropriate levels of services support waste prevention and waste minimisation policies Outline the problems and constraints with respect to the provision of these services Understand South Africa s water resource situation with regard to availability requirements and its use Define and show understanding of basic concepts and principles that underline WC WDM Explain the importance of WC WDM and its contribution to sustainability of water resource development and management Explain the philosophical approach of Integrated Water Resource Management Conceptualize typical flow chart of WC WDM in a water supply chain and its key supporting activities Analyze water use situation and identify opportunities for WC WDM Apply framework of action to develop a program on WC WDM Be able to relate essential techniques such as life cycle assessment pinch technology and cleaner production on its impact into WC WDM Students are also expected to apply the knowledge acquired in the analysis of two case studies one about water quality effects of settlements and another about industrial water management the analysis of newspaper articles about river pollution and municipal water services two self tests Documents Documents Water Quality Sources of Reference Water Conservation Sources of Reference Water Quality Self Test Water Conservation Synopsis Water Quality case study Water Conservation Self

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  • Module 1: Introduction to Stakeholder Participation | DLIST Benguela
    Outcomes Module 1 introduces key concepts surrounding stakeholder participation SP processes It sets the background for what SP processes might entail in terms of stakeholder identification purpose for participation and degrees of engagement issues that will be discussed in further detail in following modules Key concepts discussed include Who are the stakeholders Participants should become familiar with the different types of stakeholder participation and realise that we have all been part of some form of stakeholder participation process at some stage at least by voting Participants will formulate a definition of stakeholder based on their own experiences of participation processes Levels of engagement Participants will become familiar with the spectrum of SP approaches and understand that they vary from simply informing or protesting one way communication flow to actually participating in decisions two way communication flow Participation as human and legal rights Participants will look at participation as a human right and a constitutional right and analyse different legal and institutional frameworks within which SP processes are necessary Benefits of stakeholder participation Participants will identify potential benefits and reasons to engage in a SP process The process Participants will learn what a SP process might entail in terms of required

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  • Module 2: Stakeholder Analysis | DLIST Benguela
    AND OUTCOMES Module 2 deals with Stakeholder Analysis a key initial step in a SP process and often overlooked This step provides indications as to which stakeholder groups should be part of the process and what the most appropriate participation mechanisms are for the different groups Key concepts discussed include Why do stakeholder analysis Participants will learn that a requirement of any SP process is to first identify the project objective and the purpose for engaging in SP process to form background to who will be interested parties The objectives and steps for a stakeholder analysis will be discussed Identifying the stakeholders Participants will look into the initial step of identifying the interested parties both those directly and indirectly affected This is a crucial step to identify who the stakeholders are what their interests are and what role they will have in the process Assessing stakeholder importance and influence Using different methods such as stakeholder tables and matrixes participants will discuss how to assess the different stakeholders in terms of their priority for the project or the power they may have to control decisions Working Session Participants will carry out a stakeholder analysis for a given scenario Documents SP Module

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