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  1. Library Resource

    Volume 6 Issue 4

    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2017
    Southern Africa

    Complex couplings and feedback among climate, fire, and herbivory drive short- and long-term patterns of land cover change (LCC) in savanna ecosystems. However, understanding of spatial and temporal LCC patterns in these environments is limited, particularly for semi-arid regions transitional between arid and more mesic climates.

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2017
    Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus

    The article considers the role and importance of the borderline position of the Belarusian-Lithuanian region, which influences the transformation processes of territorial structures. Particular attention is paid to the areas of coordinated activities on the formation and functioning of transboundary protected natural areas, as well as spatial planning activities for the sustainable use of their constituent natural complexes. The resulted results of researches are received within the limits of realization in 2014-2015.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 2017
    Lithuania

    Article 31 shall be amended to add the following wording: “In strict state reserves, it shall be prohibited to alter the conservational principal designation of land use. In reserves, state parks, strict biosphere reserves and biosphere grounds, it shall be prohibited to alter the conservational and forest farming principal designation of land use, as well as to convert forest land to land used for other designations, except for transfer of land for the protection of state border and for national defense purpose”.

    Amends: Law No. I-301 on protected areas. (2015-09-01)

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2017
    Turkey

    This Resolution sets forth principles and guidelines of application for wind power stations in protected areas. This Regulation underlines that the applications will be evaluated by the Regional Committees for preservation of natural heritage, in accordance with the scientific reports. The protected areas are divided into two categories, such as (i) sensitive areas with high protection and (ii) protected areas with sustainable use of natural resource.

    Implements: Regulation on procedures and principles of determination, registration and approval of protected areas. (2012-07-19)

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2017
    Guyana

    This Instrument, made by the Minister of State under section 39 of the Protected Areas Act declares Kanashen Village to be an Amerindian Protected Area. Kanashen Village is communal village lands held by the Village Council on behalf of the Wai Wai Amerindian people of that Village. The Village Council is the Sole Management Authority for the Amerindian Protected Area. The area will be managed as a Category VI: Protected area with sustainable use of natural resources protected area under the International Union for Conservation of Nature Protected Areas Categories System.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2017
    Turkey

    This Resolution has been drafted to add some specific information to the Regulation on procedures and principles of determination, registration and approval of protected areas. According to the ecological based scientific research projects, this Resolution clarifies the definition and guidelines of sensitive areas, special protection areas, protected areas with sustainable use of natural resource, and areas off site of the settlement and development areas in the Environmental Plan.

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2017
    Turkey

    This Regulation amends Paragraph 1 of Article 2 regarding archeological site, Article 6 regarding principles of conservation development plan, Article 7 regarding immovable cultural properties, Article 8 regarding local administration for protected areas, Article 11 regarding modification, revision and annexes of conservation development plan, Paragraph 2 of Article 15 regarding approval of the projects by the Ministry, Article 19 regarding duties, authorities and responsibilities of the experts, and Articles 23 and 25 regarding qualifications of project team members.

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2017
    Turkey

    This Resolution sets forth principles and guidelines of application for building solar power stations in protected areas. This Regulation underlines that building solar power stations shall not be approved in Grade 1 natural site area, as well as in sensitive and special protected areas. Furthermore solar power stations may be built in Grade 2 and 3 natural site areas and also in protected areas with sustainable use of natural resource, only if they meet the requirements specified in the Resolution.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    May, 2017
    Lithuania

    Article 28 shall be amended to add the following wording: “Economic assessment shall be made, land-use planning (boundaries and management plans) for new state reserves, biosphere reserves and national parks, establishment of boundary plans for state and municipal reserves and biosphere reserves, providing for compensation for the necessary discontinuance (if necessary), land redemption (purchase in accordance with the Law on Public Procurement of the Republic of Lithuania or the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Procurement of Water, Energy, Transport, or Postal Services by Contracting E

  10. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2017
    Cambodia

    The National Environment Strategy and Action Plan (NESAP) 2016-2023 is developed in accordance with the the Constitution and 1996 Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management. It is aligned to Rectangular Strategy Phase III (RSIII), that reaffirms the RGC’s mission and commitment to sustainable development and poverty reduction responding to the people’s will and changing contexts of national and international developments.

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