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Decrees No. 2014-880 and No. 2020-2214 on the powers of the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2014
Outlines the responsibilities of the Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development, including protecting the environment of Senegal against pollution of any kind and ensuring that polluting activities do not impact the living conditions of the Senegalese people.
 Further directs the Minister to:
 - Protect waterways
 - Preserve fauna and flora
 - Protect the coasts, estuaries, and marine life from erosion
 - Protect endangered specifies
 - Fight desertification and promote soil rejuvenation policies
 - Develop environmental education
 - Promote the forest economy via the sustainable use, ensuring the implementation of reforestation policy
 - Participate inthe implementation of water conservation policy
 - Manage a climate change monitoring mechanism and track climate change trends.


from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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