Forestry Act and National Strategy for the Development of the Forest Sector 2013-2020

Law; Strategy
Passed in 2011
""The Act sets up a basic framework for the conservation of forests and (consequently) the support of the functions of ‘forest areas', which include 'climate regulation and carbon absorption'. Especially relevant for forest restoration and indirectly for CO2 absorption is the chapter on 'Afforestation and protection of forest areas against erosion and floods'.
 The Act further mandates elaboration of the National Strategy for Development of the Forestry Sector."

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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