National Environmental Management Act
#64: National Environmental Management Act
The aim of acts of this kind is to provide for integrated and cooperative environmental by establishing principles for decision-making on matters affecting the environment.
The act charges institutions with promoting cooperative and procedures for coordinating environmental functions exercised by organs of site, as well as providing for matters connected therewith.
Example: National Envirnomental Management Act in South Africa
The aim of the National Environmental Management Act in South Africa is to design a cooperative environmental , and to guide development. By laying down, among other aspects, the principles of protection of people’s social interest, the equitable access to environmental resources, and the responsibility for the consequences of policy on the environment, this legislation aims to promote an integrated environmental management. With this is meant a path of development that is socially and environmentally sustainable, besides the more immediate economic aspects anyways mentioned as a necessary components of the country’s vision of its future.
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