This Notice of the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, made under section 26 of the Environment Conservation Act, 1989, concerns authorization of activities as identified G.N. No. 879 that may have a detrimental effect on the environment in respect of the Pennington Sensitive Coastal Area and Umtamvuna Sensitive Coastal Area. Those activities include: disturbance of vegetation, dredging, dune stabilisation and earthworks. An application for a permit shall be made to local authorities and shall be accompanied by an environmental impact assessment.
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Library ResourceRegulationsNovember, 1998Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Honduras, United States of America, Belize, Germany, Peru, Guatemala, Bolivia, Canada, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, Kenya, Italy, Bahamas, Mexico, Brazil, Cuba
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Burkina Faso, Benin, Honduras, Mauritania, Gambia, Mali, Australia, Guinea, Niger, Cameroon, New Zealand, Kenya, South Africa, Madagascar, Italy, Botswana, Eritrea, Senegal, Chad, Mexico
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Kenya, Mauritius, Italy, Africa
FAO Investment Centre environmental reports are directed to environment and natural resources specialists. They address environmental issues associated with the formulation of investment projects for the agricultural/rural sector. This report describes an environmental assessment that contributed to improvements in the project design for the Aberdares Natural Resources Development Project in Kenya. The objective of this six-year project was to conserve and develop the natural resources of the Aberdares region based on an integrated management approach involving local communities.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Lithuania, Zimbabwe, Denmark, Bulgaria, Eswatini, Netherlands, Ethiopia, China, Colombia
One of the greatest challenges faced by mankind is to satisfy the needs of the fast growing global population and at the same time preserve land, water, air and biodiversity resources. Livestock are a crucial element in this balancing process. Demand for livestock products is growing fast, especially in the developing world. Livestock, through their multiple functions, are a cornerstone of the livelihood of most of the rural population in the developing world.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Liberia, Benin, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Eswatini, Africa
La mayor parte de los nmeros de Unasylva se centran en un tema concreto. El objetivo de esa orientacin temtica es examinar de forma pormenorizada un aspecto determinado de las actividades y el desarrollo forestales, con el fin de resaltar su significado e importancia dentro de los confines ms amplios de nuestro universo. Sin pretender que los diferentes nmeros sean como un manual de una materia concreta, se propone presentar una serie de anlisis de cuestiones especficas que contribuyan a suscitar inters y a concienciar al lector.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Honduras, Belize, Chile, Germany, Peru, Guatemala, Jamaica, Bolivia, Canada, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, Kenya, Ecuador, Argentina, Bahamas, Mexico, Cuba
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Liberia, Benin, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Eswatini, Italy, Africa
Most issues of Unasylva focus on a specific theme. The objective of this thematic orientation is to examine in depth a given aspect of forest and forestry development in order to highlight its significance and importance within our wider universe. The aim is not to serve as a primer or textbook on the chosen subject (this clearly would he impossible given the limited size of the journal) but rather to present a series of analyses on specific aspects that help to spark interest and awareness.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1998Egypt, Bangladesh, United States of America, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Australia, Greece, Republic of Korea, Thailand, New Zealand, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Myanmar, India, Bhutan, Maldives, Asia
A discussion of the concerns of the environmental movement in the Asia-Pacific region with reference to biological diversity, forest loss, indigenous and forest-dependant people and climate change. The environmental perspective of different aspects of forestry development in the region is elucidated. Three possible scenarios for the future are presented depending on the level of achievement of environmental goals.
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