Cambodian laws and regulations on environment, biodiversity & protected areas
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Cambodian laws and regulations on environment, biodiversity & protected areas by Sok Siphana.

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Published by Cambodian Legal Resources Development Centre in Phnom Penh, Fall River, MA .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Cambodia.

Subjects:

  • Environmental law -- Cambodia.,
  • Biological diversity conservation -- Law and legislation -- Cambodia.,
  • Conservation of natural resources -- Law and legislation -- Cambodia.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesLaws & regulations on environment, biodiversity & protected areas
StatementSok Siphana, Sarin Denora.
ContributionsSarin Denora.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKNM3127 .S65 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination148 p. ;
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL149002M
LC Control Number99910659

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protected area shall be determined by Prakas (Declaration) of the Ministry of Environment. The management of the protected area shall have to guarantee the rights of the local communities, indigenous ethnic minorities and the public to participate in the decision-making on the sustainable management and conservation of biodiversity. Article 5. Cambodia National Report on Protected Areas and Development Review of protected areas and development in the four countries of the Lower Mekong River Region.   The role of protected areas becomes increasingly significant for managing and developing the environment and biodiversity protection in Cambodia. The Royal Decree on the Creation and Designation of Protected Areas established 23 protected areas in , covering about 3,, hectares across the country, which is under the jurisdiction of the. Poverty Reduction & Environmental Management in Remote Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Watersheds Project (Phase I) BIODIVERSITY AND PROTECTED AREAS Lao PDR By J E Clarke, PhD CONTENTS 1 BACKGROUND 3 Country profile 4 Biodiversity 8 2 BIODIVERSITY POLICY 9 3 BIODIVERSITY LEGISLATION 9 State law

Biodiversity of Cambodia’s Wetlands 15 habitat degradation. Over 20 species of turtles live in the Lower Mekong Basin, 10 of which are listed in the Red Data Book, including the critically endangered Chinese Three Striped Box Turtle (Cuora trifasciata). Limited surveys of mollusks have identifi ed a rich. protected area shall be determined by Prakas (Declaration) of the Ministry of Environment. The management of the protected area shall have to guarantee the rights of the local communities, indigenous ethnic minorities and the public to participate in the decision-making on the sustainable management and conservation of biodiversity. biodiversity and natural culture heritages in the Kingdom of Cambodia. natural protected areas to the Ministry of Environment under regulations of the law on the establishment and delimitation of natural protected areas, and the law on environmental protection and natural resources. The purpose of these guidelines is to update and expand the original guidelines on protected areas legislation published in and to reflect new developments and emerging issues. These developments include significant advances in international environmental law, and an improved scientific understanding of the role of protected areas in.

Home» Why Invest In Cambodia» Laws & Regulations. » Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management_» Sub- Decree #72 on Environment Impact Assessment Process (PDF)_ » Law on Nature Protection Area (Protected Areas Law)__ Environmental impact assessments; Fisheries conservation areas; Forest cover; Hydropower. Hydropower dams; Reservoirs; Substations; Transmission lines; Registered indigenous communal land; Mining concessions; National election; Natural protected areas; Oil and gas blocks; Prey Lang landscape; Social land concessions. Allocated land for social. Protected Areas Regulations were made. Both laws came into force on 27 February These two laws give the Minister for Environment the power to create protected areas of land and sea in Solomon Islands. Any group of landowners can apply to the Minister for Environment to create a protected area on their land or sea. Non-.   The Cambodian PA system was also declared based on relatively little information and consequently excludes many areas of importance for biodiversity conservation, again not an uncommon situation (Brooks et al., ), emphasising the importance of working both inside and outside PAs. Under these conditions PA management is not sufficient to.