Water and Soil Conservation Regulation of Liaoning Province. | Land Portal

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This Regulation is formulated in accordance with the Water and Soil Conservation Law of the People’s Republic of China, aiming to prevent and control the water and soil loss, improve ecological environment, promote the construction of eco-civilization and safeguard economical and social sustainable development in Liaoning Province. It consists of 46 Articles divided into 7 Chapters: General provisions(I); Water and soil conservation planning(II); Water and soil loss prevention(III); Water and soil loss control(IV); Monitoring and supervision(V); Legal liabilities(VI); Supplementary Provisions(VII).The provincial water authority shall organize the provincial water and soil loss investigation every five years and make public the results. Water and soil conservation planning shall be based on the results of water and soil loss investigation and delimitation of key prevention areas and key control areas. In order to prevent and control water and soil loss, the regulation provides for: the regions where the activities may cause water and soil loss are forbidden; management and maintenance of water and soil conservation facilities; preparation of water and soil conservation program and control measures for production or construction projects which may cause water or soil loss; etc.The Regulation further provides for the monitoring and supervision of water and soil conservation and for legal liabilities.

Implements: Water and Soil Conservation Law of the People’s Republic of China. (2010-12-25)

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Quan Gao (CONSLEG)

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