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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    With a view to effecting the environmental protection of the bed of rivers and lakes, which dry up and become exposed as a result of a natural or man-made change in the former course of the river or surface of the lake, the statute reverses the rules governing ownership of newly-exposed river or lake beds (called riveraine and lacustrine "appurtenances"), which henceforth shall accrue to the State in lieu of the owners of riparian or coastal land.

  2. 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.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Decree aims at encouraging and at the same time regulating the use of sewage sludge in agriculture, in order to prevent harmful effects on soil, vegetation, animals and human beings. The sewage sludge shall be used as fertilizer and soil improver only after proper treatment and under the conditions established by article 3, regarding the composition, the concentration of heavy metals and other standards. Article 4 establishes the cases in which the use of sludge in agriculture is prohibited.

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    Based on the assessment of the present environmental degradation caused by the inadequacy of the purification systems, and of the data collected through an official census on the water pollution of the country, the special plan aims at the achievement of the following objectives: (a) identification and implementation of urgent interventions necessary for the protection and sanitation of waters and catchment basins; (b) completion of works already financed; (c) putting into operation of completed works. The Decree establishes criteria and modalities for the elaboration of the plan.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Act regulates interventions in matter of soil and forest conservation and management for the following purposes: (a) improvement of productive and social potential of existing forests; (b) protection of the environment and hydrogeological resources; (c) promotion of agro-forestry and sylvo-pastoralism in mountain areas; (d) improvement of quality life of communities concerned.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The purpose of the present Act is to establish a public intervention scheme for the rational exploitation of environmental resources. The scope of this plan is remediation and restoration of polluted sites involving marine areas, lakes and rivers. The Ministry of Health shall start the plan, together with the Regions, in national interest sites and in industrial areas (art. 1). Incentives and financial contribution shall be given to industries and industry consortia interested in the research and development of new rehabilitation technologies.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Act regulates interventions in matter of better exploitation of the soil, of the environment and of agri-sylvipastoral resources. For this purpose there shall be a rational selvicultural management, the improvement of biological balances and the prevention of hydrogeological disasters.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The Regional Act makes provision on environment conservation and on the protection of the coastal zone of the territories listed in article 1. For the achievement of these aims, the Region encourages cultivation of the abandoned lands specified by article 2. Within six months from the entry into force of this Act, the regional authority shall prepare a register listing the enterprises and farms which fall within the above-mentioned areas. Registered enterprises may perform the activities defined by article 3, which are intended to improve the viticulture sector.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The Regional Act regulates the reclamation of lands in order to: (a) protect the soil and the hydrogeological balance; (b) encourage the rational use of agricultural surfaces. Article 2 gives the definition, on the one hand, of uncultivated or abandoned lands and, on the other hand, of lands insufficiently cultivated.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Italy, Europe, Southern Europe

    The aims pursued by this Regional Act are the restoration of uncultivated or abandoned lands as well as insufficiently cultivated lands for production purposes and for the conservation of the hydrogeological balance. The Entity for the Agricultural Development (E.S.A.P.) of the Piemonte Region shall determine the abandoned zones that are likely to be used for the purposes specified by article 1 of Act No. 440 of 4 August 1978. Article 3 of this Act concerns the census on uncultivated and abandoned lands, which shall be performed by the E.S.A.P.

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