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Agriculture is major sector in the economy of Central Asia. The sustainable use of agricultural land is therefore essential to economic growth, human well-being, social equity, and ecosystem services. However, salinization, erosion, and desertification cause severe land degradation which, in turn, degrade human health and ecosystem services. Here, we review the impact of agricultural land use in the five countries of Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, during 2008–2013 in 362 articles.
The National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) is a multi-sectoral planning instrument applicable at the national level and aiming at contributing to the protection of biodiversity in Botswana. The NBSAP vision was developed based on the principles of sustainable development, integrated conservation and development, equity across generations, and biodiversity as the foundation of life and livelihoods.
This Regional Law establishes the modalities of organization and performance of public control as a form of public participation. It shall not be applicable to elections and referendum. Regional executive bodies shall have the following plenary powers: (a) formation of advisory councils at the regional executive bodies; (b) examination of final documents drafted by public control bodies; and (c) consideration of proposals, recommendations and conclusions contained in the final documents.
This Regional Decree establishes the modalities of performance of municipal land control by local government. Municipal land control shall be conducted in the form of ordinary and extraordinary inspections of legal persons and individual entrepreneurs. The subject of inspection shall be checking data and information contained in the documentation related to land tenure. The scope of inspection shall be to control compliance by land tenant with compulsory legislative requirements related to land tenure with a view of prevention and suppression of unauthorized transactions with land.
This Regional Law lists categories of citizens that shall have the right of allotment of plots of public or municipal land free of charge within the boundaries of urban areas. The aforesaid plots of land can be allotted to peasant farms for agricultural purposes and farming. Horticulture and gardening. Maximum land area that can be allotted to peasant farm shall be 40 ha, minimum land area shall be 1 ha.
This Regional Law establishes the following cases for the refusal of cadastre registration of land plots: (a) unavailability of data attesting the rights of the applicant to constructions and edifices located on land plots for which cadastre scheme has been drafted; (b) availability of irregularities and violations of the mandatory requirements of land legislation; and (c) difference of submitted data from already inserted in the unified state register of rights to immovable property.