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Legislation
Jordan
Western Asia

This Law is composed of 22 articles: management of public land is to be entrusted to the Director-General of Land Department (art. 3); competencies of Public Land Committees (art. 5); recommendations for land tenure and rent will be promulgated by the High Committe (art. 6); public land lease is to be authorized by the Minister of Finance (art.

National Policies
Jordan
Western Asia

In order to combat desertification, mitigating collateral impacts and decreasing the concomitant poverty and land degradation, the Government of Jordan, represented by the Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with other governmental and non-governmental institutions, prepared this sectoral document named Aligned National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Desertification in Jordan 2015-2020, beca

Regulations
Jordan
Western Asia

This Regulation is composed of 19 articles. Articles 1 and 2 deal with terms and definitions. Selling or leasing lands in the Aqaba EEZ shall be subject to the zoning of lands and buildings approved by the Board of Commissioners (art. 4). The Board may sell or allocate any of the Authority’s Lands to Governmental Bodies and worship homes (art. 5).

National Policies
Jordan
Western Asia

The Jordan National Strategy and Action Plan (NAP) outlines the basis for performing the relevant tasks, objectives, activities and methodology to combat desertification in Jordan.The NAP was prepared in accordance with the UNCCD directives and articles and includes detailed survey of environment and the most affected areas in Jordan.The overall objective of the NAP is to provide integrated dev

National Policies
Jordan
Western Asia

The present National Environment Strategy for Jordan is a Resource Book of Information and Guidelines for Action and is based on Jordan’s pledge to maintain environmental protection as a national priority to preserve the earth, wind and water as a symbol of the bond between the legacy of ancestors, contemporary responsibilities and capabilities, and the promise for future generations.

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