The STH has the following research affiliations:
- 25 Research Associates from 19 universities globally. These research associates are based at various universities in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Botswana, Mauritius and Zambia as well as local South African affiliates associated with responsible and sustainable tourism practices.
- Post-Doctoral fellowships are available and support is provided.
- STH has gained the privilege of hosting visiting Professors that support our academic programmes.
- Continues to build its network of international and local partnerships through the appointment of Senior Research Associates.
- Continues to makes a substantial research contribution to the Faculty of Management, and its significant contributor to research outputs with the Faculty.
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L. Leonard. (2016) Mining and/or tourism development for job creation and sustainability, Local Economy, Volume 31(1-2), 249-263 - DOI - 10.1177/026909421562187
Dzikiti, L.G. and Leonard, L. (2016) Barriers towards African youth participation in domestic tourism, African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, Volume 5(3), 1-17
Leonard, L. (2016) Governance, participation and mining development, Politikon (forthcoming)
L. Leonard. and Langton, A. (2016) Challenges facing tourist attractions due to acid mine drainage, African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, Volume 4(1), 1-8
Leonard, L. (2015) Book Review: The handbook of civil society in Africa, London, Springer, pp 490, The Journal of Modern African Studies, Volume 53 (01), 131-132 (Reviewed for the London School of Economics, UK)
Leonard, L. (2015) Examining the quality of carbon trading as pathway to environmental justice or recipe for disaster, African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance 1: 125-137
Leonard, L. and Dladla, A. (2015) Exploring obstacles towards township tourism growth for poverty alleviation and job creation, African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, Volume 4(1), 1-8
Leonard, L. and Dlamini, T. (2015) Greening within the Johannesburg tourism and hospitality sectors, African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, Volume 4(2), 1-8
Leonard, L. (2014) Reconsidering the 'risk society theory' in the South, South African Review of Sociology,
Leonard, L. (2014) The network society, power and the print media in post-apartheid South Africa, Media, Culture and Society, Volume 36(7), 966-981. http://mcs.sagepub.com/content/36/7/966
Leonard, L. Carbon trading and environmental justice, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Education and Information Management, June 2014
Leonard, L. Tackling climate change in the global South: An analysis of the Global Methane Initiative multilateral partnership, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Education and Information Management, June 2014
Leonard, L. The World Social Forum as a sub-political space for environmental justice: The case for South African grassroots empowerment within a network society, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Education and Information Management, June 2014
Leonard, L. (2014) Characterising civil society and its challenges in post-apartheid South Africa, Journal of Social Dynamics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2014.936725
Leonard, L. (2014) Participatory democracy against industrial risks, Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02589346.2014.905263
L. Leonard (2014) Civil society and the creation of shared values and goals against market inequalities: The case of the World Social Forum, Paper presented at the 31st Pan Pacific Conference, Osaka, Sakai City, Japan. ISBN:1-931649-27-4.
L. Leonard (2014) The potential for civil society leadership in forging a common vision against industrial risks: Environmental justice in Africa, Paper presented at the 31st Pan Pacific Conference, Osaka, Sakai City, Japan. ISBN:1-931649-27-4.
Leonard, L. (2013) Tackling Climate Change in Africa: Effective or Rhetoric Interventions? Humanities and Social Science Review, Volume 2(3), 213-224 – ISSN 2165-6258
Leonard, L. (2013) Organising for environmental justice: A comparison of Germany and South African civil society reflexiveness against industrial risks, Pan Pacific Business Association, ISBN 1-931649-27-3.
Leonard, L. (2013) The relationship between the conservation agenda and environmental justice in post-apartheid South Africa, South African Review of Sociology, Volume 44(3), 2-21. [2152-8586 (Print), 2072-1978 (Online)] http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/21528586.2013.817059#.VJLJO9KUcuc
Leonard, L. (2013) Environmental Health Practitioners and construction and contestation over industrial risk. Pan Pacific Business Association, ISBN 1-931649-27-3.
Leonard, L. (2013) Grassroots empowerment against South African macroeconomic risks. Pan Pacific Business Association, ISBN 1-931649-27-3.
Leonard L. (2012) Another political ecology of civil society reflexiveness against urban industrial risks for environmental justice, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Volume 33(1), 77-92. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9493.2012.00448.x/abstract
Leonard, L (2012) An Analysis of the Global Methane Initiative : A Report prepared for the Global Anti-Incineration Alliance (GAIA), 46 pages
Leonard, L (2011) The Bisasar landfill in Durban, South Africa: carbon trading prolongs environmental racism at Africa's largest municipal dump. GAIA Case Study for COP17, November. Available at http://www.no-burn.org/downloads/bisasar.pdf.
Leonard, L (2011) World Social Forum 2011: Is another world possible? South African Labour Bulletin, Volume 35(2), pp.52-54
Leonard, L. (2011) Leadership against industrial risks: Environmental justice in Durban, South Africa, Journal of Asian and African Studies, Volume 46(2), 113-129. doi:10.1177/0021909610391049
Leonard, L. and Pelling, M. (2010) Civil society response to industrial risk, Journal of Environment and Urbanization, Volume 22(2), 579-595
Leonard, L. and Pelling, M. (2010) Mobilization and Protests: Environmental Justice in Durban, South Africa, Journal of Local Environment, Volume 15(2), 137-151
Leonard, L. (2006) Incineration and Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Release in South Africa, Report prepared by groundWork for the International POPs Elimination Project (IPEP) – South African Government National Implementation Plan (NIP), Fostering Active and Effective Civil Society Participation in Preparations for Implementation of the Stockholm Convention, March, 35 pages. Online: http://ipen.org/sites/default/files/documents/4saf_incineration_and_pops_release_in_south_africa-en.pdf
Wells, M. and Leonard, L (2006) DDT contamination in South Africa, A report by groundWork as part of a global NGO project called the International POPs Elimination Project (IPEP) in partnership with the UNIDO and the UNEP. Fostering active and effective civil society participation in preparations for implementation of the Stockholm Convention, 30 pages. http://ipen.org/sites/default/files/documents/5saf_ddt_contamination_in_south_africa-en.pdf