The Act consists of 115 sections divided into 13 Parts: Preliminary (I); General principles and objectives (II); Environmental impact assessment, audit and monitoring (III); Environmental quality standards (IV); Pollution control and licensing (V); Guidelines and standards for the management of the environment and natural resources (VI); Protection of biodiversity, natural heritage and the ozone layer (VII); Environmental restoration Order (VIII); Inspection, analysis and records (IX); International obligations (X); Information, access, education and public awareness (XI); Offences (XII); M
The Ministery of land and forests shall be responsible for the management of public land, as well as for the management of the timber and forests belonging to public lands.
The present Ministerial Order by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations provides for the implementation of Ecosystem Based Management (EBM) on forested lands in the Great Bear Rainforest (GBR). It establishes legal objectives pursuant to section 93.4 of the Land Act, for the purpose of directing forest practices implemented under the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA).
This Rural Land Use and Administration Policy of the Afar National Regional State seeks to provide an answer to the following problems: The traditional land administration and use system is not in line with the formal government land administration and use system.
This Proclamation of the Benishangul Gumz Regional State shall apply to any rural land found in the region. It mainly is concerned with land rights land use and administration of rural lands. Land is declared the common property of the state and people and it shall not be subjected to sale or other means of exchange. Any peasant who legally resides in the region shall have the right to hold land irrespective of gender or any other discrimination. Land administration shall be implemented through community participation. Rural land shall not be expropriated unless to use for public services.
The Montenegro Development Directions 2013-2016 contain a national cross-sectoral policy regarding agricultural and rural development, the protection of the environment, energy, education and tourism, and promoting sustainable development.
These Regulations amend the Town and Country Planning (Trees) Regulations 1999 by: (a) inserting a new regulation 9A to make provision for the form and content of applications for consent to carry out work on trees subject to a tree preservation order; (b) substituting a new Part 4 to provide new procedures for appeals without a hearing or inquiry under section 78 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as applied under tree preservation orders and to appeals against tree replacement notices under section 208; and (c) making consequential amendments.
The Act makes renewed provision for – (a) generally the protection of wild fauna and flora; (b) giving effect to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and any other biodiversity related Convention to which Mauritius is or may become a party; and (c) the identification, control and management of reserved lands and private reserves, and for related matters.
La presente Ley suspende la aplicación del Decreto Legislativo Nº 1.090, Ley Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre y del Decreto Legislativo Nº 1.064, Régimen jurídico para el aprovechamiento de las tierras de uso agrario; restituye el texto de la Ley Nº 27.308, Ley Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre y de la Ley Nº 26.505, Ley de la inversión privada en el desarrollo de las actividades económicas en las tierras del territorio nacional y de las comunidades campesinas y nativas; y restituye parcialmente la vigencia del Decreto Legislativo Nº 653, Ley de promoción de las inversiones en el sector agrario.
La presente Ley deroga el Decreto Legislativo Nº 1.090, Ley Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre y el Decreto Legislativo Nº 1.064, Régimen jurídico para el aprovechamiento de las tierras de uso agrario.