Articles

Leonard, L. (2024) South Africa’s largest oil refinery sold for a few cents: will BP and Shell be held accountable for environmental damage? The Conversation, 6 June.

Leonard, L. (2020). Oil refinery blast is one more reason South Africa should take industrial risks seriously, The Conservation, 11 December.

Leonard, L. (2020). Why a South African community mistrusts big industry and what needs to change, The Conversation, 25 October.

Leonard, L. (2019). How South Africa’s rural communities are getting a raw deal from mining, The Conversation, 14 July.

Leonard, L. (2019). Communities, mining corporations and corruption in South Africa, The Conversation, 7 February.

Leonard, L. (2018). Why there’s resistance to coal mining at a world heritage site in South Africa, The Conversation, 12 September.

Leonard, L. (2017). Dullstroom mining development hindering environmental sustainability, March.

Leonard, L. (2011). Carbon trading prolongs environmental racism at Africa’s largest municipal dump , December.

Leonard, L. (2010). A future towards renewable energy in South Africa: A view of the energy crisis in South Africa, Middlesex University, May

Leonard, L. (2005). Your solution is not my solution: The Bisasar landfill, incineration, transfer stations and the left in the slums, groundWork, November.

Leonard, L. (2005). Government and industry: Killing us softly: Dioxin and human health, groundWork, August.

Leonard, L. (2005). Deputy Minister says NO to burning of hazardous waste in cement kilns, groundWork, June.

Leonard, L. (2005). UNEP meeting backtracks on the phase-out of mercury use and emissions, groundWork, March.

Leonard, L. (2005). Civil Society speaks out against uncontrolled and unlawful waste management, groundWork, March.

Leonard, L. (2004). Chemical Safety and Obsolete Stocks: Profits before people or responsible waste management, groundWork, November.

Leonard, L. (2004). US Landfill exchange: Global communities unite, groundWork, August.

Leonard, L. (2004). Hospital workers unite, May.

Leonard, L. (2004). Health care waste management: Planting the seeds of sustainability within Africa, groundWork, May.

Leonard, L. (2004). Fair is foul and foul is fair: Cement kilns incinerate while people’s health deteriorates, groundWork, February.

Leonard, L. (2003). Communities uniting to ‘first do no harm’, groundWork, May

Leonard, L. (2003). African solutions to African problems: Developing countries doing it for themselves, groundWork, August.

Leonard, L. (2003). Global Alliance Network: United communities for sustainability, groundWork, May.

Leonard, L. (2003). My problem, but not in my back yard: Pushing polluting technologies to the South, groundWork, February.

Leonard, L. (2003). Obsolete pesticides in Southern Africa: Disposal with a cure, groundWork, February.

Leonard, L. (2002). Crimes against Communities, the tales corporates tell, groundWork, November.

Leonard, L. (2002). EYE visit: Exchange of Young Executives Foundation Skillshare, groundWork, August.

Leonard, L. (2002). Sanctioning the Stockholm Convention in Africa: NGO’s unite in support of a common POP’s elimination goal, groundWork, May.

Leonard, L. (2002). Waste projects – ‘Enough is enough’ civil society voice their concerns at National Workshop on health care waste and incineration, groundWork, May.

Leonard, L. (2002). Incineration Vs Alternative Technology, groundWork, March.

Leonard, L. (2002). Edendale hospital improves in leaps and bounds, groundWork, March.

Leonard, L. (2001). Environmental Racism – when is it going to end? groundWork, November.

Leonard, L. (2001). Ngwelezana hospital takes positive action, groundWork, November.

Leonard, L. (2001). Health Care Waste Skillshare, groundWork, June.

Leonard, L. (2001). Medical waste incineration: Bad medicine, groundWork, June.