The area described in the Schedule to these Regulations is declared to be a Special Development Area in the sense of the Land Utilization Act (Cap. 188). The type of development permitted includes agriculture, forestry, wildlife reserve and environmental protection. The Land Utilization Authority shall draw up a Development Plan for the area after consultation with such local persons and institutions as it may think fit. The Plan shall be submitted to the Minister of Natural Resources, The Environment and Industry for approval. The Plan shall be available for inspection to the public.
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Library ResourceRegulacionesJulio, 2001Américas, América central, Belice
Library ResourceLegislaciónDiciembre, 1999Asia, Asia occidental, Palestina
This basic enactment of the Palestinian Legislative creates a framework for the protection of the environment, public health and biodiversity in Palestine including marine areas. Its 82 sections are divided into 5 Titles: Definitions and general provisions (I); Environmental protection (II); Environmental impact assessment, licensing, inspection and administrative procedure (III); Penalties (IV); Final provisions (V). Article 1 contains an extensive list of definitions, including "natural reserves" and "international waters". Objectives of this Law are set out in article 2.
Library ResourceRegulacionesNoviembre, 1998África, África austral, Sudáfrica
This Notice of the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, made under section 26 of the Environment Conservation Act, 1989, concerns authorization of activities as identified G.N. No. 879 that may have a detrimental effect on the environment in respect of the Pennington Sensitive Coastal Area and Umtamvuna Sensitive Coastal Area. Those activities include: disturbance of vegetation, dredging, dune stabilisation and earthworks. An application for a permit shall be made to local authorities and shall be accompanied by an environmental impact assessment.
Library ResourceLegislaciónAbril, 1968Oceanía, Nueva Zelandia
The Act seeks to promote a national policy in respect of natural water. It establishes the legal framework for the use, allocation and conservation of water, and for the designation of conservation areas. It further creates the Water Conservation Authority (art. 5) and the Regional Water Boards for various catchment areas (art. 19). The 10 Schedules contain classifications for minimum water quality.
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