65 THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARINE AND COASTAL LAW, Vol 20, No 1 © Koninklijke Brill NV, 2005 1 Resource Assessment Commission Coastal Zone Inquiry: Final Report (AGPS, Canberra: 1993). 2 Coastal Policy Green Paper (September 1998): 30. Towards Integrated Coastal Area Management: A Case Study in Co-operative Governance in South Africa and Australia Jan Glazewski Professor, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa Marcus Haward Senior Lecturer, School of Government & Institute of Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies & Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, University of Tasmania, Australia ABSTRACT In Australia and South Africa an ecologically diverse coastline is the focal point for virtually the whole spectrum of human activities. A key to coastal area management in both polities is “co-operative gov- ernance”, that provides a solution to the dilemmas arising from divided jurisdiction and overlapping or competing claims for responsibility between different units of government. This paper examines the respective roles of national, sub-national and local government in coastal area management in South Africa and Australia focusing on legal and political factors supporting co-operative governance of the coastal area. Introduction In Australia and South Africa an ecologically diverse coastline is the
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