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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Legislative Decree approves the Code on the Environment, which sets out the legislative framework applicable to all matters concerning environmental protection.The Code is composed of six Parts. Part I (arts. 1-3) defines the application scope and lays down general provisions applicable to all areas covered by the Code. Part II (arts. 4-52) defines and regulates the procedures related to the Strategic Environmental Assessment (VAS), Environmental Impact Assessment (VIA) and Integrated Environmental Authorization (IPPC). Part III (arts.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    There is hereby laid down the legislative framework in matter of town and country planning, in compliance with the principles of subsidiarity, cooperation and sustainability. The regional territory shall be managed through plans approved at the municipal, provincial and regional levels. In order to ensure the coordination of such different plans, article 3 provides for the setting up of the integrated Regional Territorial System. Plans shall be subjected to environmental assessments, so as to contribute to the protection of the environment and regional landscape.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    By way of implementation of Directive 96/61/EC, this Legislative Decree aims at the integrated prevention and control of pollution which arises from the activities specified in Annex I. There are established particular measures intended to prevent and reduce emissions into the air, water and land, comprising general principles in matter of waste management. Furthermore, the Legislative Decree regulates the issue and renewal of the environmental integrated authorization which is required for the installations mentioned in Annex I.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The present Regional Act aims at the conservation and protection of soil against all negative natural and anthropic agents, at the maintenance of water resources and at the ecosystem preservation, in compliance with the general principles laid down at the national level in Act No. 183 of 18 May 1989. Article 1 contains the list of basins of regional interest to be protected. Such basins are regrouped into the territorial areas defined by article 2. A Regional Basin Authority shall be set up for each territorial area.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    Within the legal framework laid down in Act No. 183 of 1989, this Regional Act has been enacted to guarantee soil conservation, water restoration and to encourage the rational use of water resources. The Regional Basin Authority, established under the Regional Council (art. 2) shall govern the use and management of regional basins, which are determined by Annex B. The Authority consists of the Institutional Committee (art. 4), the Technical Committee (art. 6) and the Secretary-General (art. 7).

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The Lazio Region regulates the rearrangement and restructuring of administrative functions relative to soil conservation for the following purposes: a) creation of a coordinated system for soil protection; b) maintenance of quality features of water resources; c) protection and rational use of water resources; d) protection of aquatic ecosystems, taking into particular account zones of naturalistic and environmental interest.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    Despite its title, this landmark statute provides the mechanisms for the implementation of a policy of integrated management of land and allied water resources, primarily in a non-urban context, and the institutional arrangements needed to administer and operate such mechanisms (sect. 1). It was enacted largely in response to the state of divided and compartmentalized responsibilities of the central, regional, and local governments in the management of the above-mentioned natural resources.

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