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  1. Library Resource
    February, 1995

    These Regulations are enacted in order to promote the development of rural forestry and give full play to the role of forest and woodland resources in rural economic construction in Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture. The Text consists of 45 Articles.The Regulations make provisions for: forest and woodland ownership and rights; resource management; production and operation; forestry workstation construction; measures for inspection and liabilities, etc. The rural woodland shall be collectively owned by the township and village peasants.

  2. Library Resource
    National Policies
    February, 2011

    To ensure environmental sustainability, development of socioeconomic sectors adapted to climate change, reduction of vulnerabilities and risks, and mitigation of GHG emissions as well as promoting economic effectiveness and efficiency and implementation of ‘green growth’ policies, the Parliament of Mongolia developed the National Action Program on Climate Change (NAPCC) to be implemented, in two phases, within 2021.

  3. Library Resource
    May, 2008

    These Regulations, consisting of 40 Articles, are enacted to strengthen the planning, protection, construction, management and utilization of ethnic cultural villages in Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Prefecture.The administrative departments for construction of the people's governments at the county level should plan for the protection of ethnic cultural villages, and delimit the protected areas. The planning, construction, protection, management and utilization of ethnic cultural villages should respect the wishes of the local people and safeguard the interests thereof.

  4. Library Resource
    Other legal document
    December, 2014
    Kenya, North Macedonia, South Africa, China, Italy, Indonesia, Ghana, Guinea, Guyana, Costa Rica, Colombia, Uruguay, Mongolia

    Esta guía describe dos de los principales enfoques para la planificación de la mitigación de gases de efecto invernadero en los países en desarrollo: las Estrategias de Desarrollo con Bajas Emisiones (LEDS, siglas en inglés) y las Medidas de Mitigación Apropiada para Cada País (NAMA, siglas en inglés). Explica las posibles relaciones entre las mismas y su estatus en la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC).

  5. Library Resource
    December, 1982
    China, Asia, Eastern Asia
  6. Library Resource
    China, Eastern Asia, Asia

    The purpose of these Measures is to strengthen the protection and management of forest lands, rationally develop and utilize forest land resources and promote the development of ecological forestry. The Measures consist of 29 articles.The Measures provide for the procedures and requirements for the use of forest land for construction projects. Total amount control and quota management shall be carried out on forest land to be occupied by construction projects.

  7. Library Resource
    China, Eastern Asia, Asia

    The purpose of these Regulations is to strengthen the construction and protection of public ecological forest, improve the ecological situation, maintain ecological safety, protect legal rights of public ecological forest owners, and business operators.

  8. Library Resource
    China, Eastern Asia, Asia

    The purpose of these Measures is to strengthen and regulate the activities and consolidate the achievements of restoring farmland to forest projects, to improve the ecological environment, and to ensure the economic development and income increase of farmers and herdsmen in the project areas. The Measures are composed of 25 articles. The overall plan and the annual implementation scheme on restoring farmland to forest shall be worked out by the competent forestry authority of the regional government and shall include farmland listed in article 7.

  9. Library Resource
    China, Eastern Asia, Asia

    The purpose of these Regulations is to strengthen the protection and management of forest land, rationally develop and utilize forest resources, promote sustainable economic and social development. The Text consists of 44 articles divided into 6 Chapters: General Provisions (I); Forest Land Tenure Management (II); Forest Land Protection and Utilization (III); Forest Land Expropriation and Occupation (IV); Legal Liability (V); Supplementary Provisions (VI).Forest land belongs to the State and collectives.

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