Tajikistan

Governmental Order No.189 on the Committee on Environmental Protection

Executive
Policy
Passed in 2008
This Order establishes the Committee on Environmental Protection (CEP). It repeals the following Government Orders: from April 3, 2007 of No. 184 about service of the state control of use and nature preservation; from April 3, 2007 of No. 185 about the hydrometeorology agency; from May 2, 2007 of No. 248 about the forest husbandry and hunting agency.

The CEP is defined as the central executive body to carry out single state policy in environmental protection, hydrometeorology, efficient use of natural resources and to exercise the state control of environmental protection and the management of nature. The CEP is in charge of co-ordinating activities on environmental protection among government agencies, and its decisions are considered mandatory for all legal entities and individuals. The CEP has a mandate for climate change policy and oversees the Tajik Met Service.

The Board of Committee consists of seven people, including two vice-chairmen. The employees of the CEP are limited to 403 (without service personnel) including 41 employees for the Central Office. The number of cars is limited to eight including three for the Central Office.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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