Organic Law of Regional Governments, Law No. 27867

Passed in 2002
This broad legislation is meant to decentralise governance in the country and is a pillar of the juridical-legal framework of contemporary Peru. As such, most of the legislation is unrelated to climate change or the natural environment. However, it states explicitly that regional governments must formulate, co-ordinate, manage and supervise regional strategies to address climate change within the national framework (the National Strategy on Climate Change and additional legislation, executive decrees and ministerial resolutions).

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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