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Environmental Protection in Eritrea under the Light of Biodiversity Convention and the Rio Declaration Principles, the Interdependence of political, Economic and Environmental Principles

Zemam, Medhanie Habtezghi

Titre : Environmental Protection in Eritrea under the Light of Biodiversity Convention and the Rio Declaration Principles, the Interdependence of political, Economic and Environmental Principles

Auteur : Zemam, Medhanie Habtezghi

Université de soutenance : University of Oslo (UiO)

Grade : Master Thesis 2010

Description
This paper is divided into four chapters, covering the legislative and institutional framework, peace and economic policies and their reality on ground, and public participation and cooperation in relation to environmental protection. The chapters are organized in a manner they can provide a comprehensive idea about the subject matter. Chapter two, the next to introduction, orientates with location, size, climate, topography, statehood‟s history and biodiversity statues of the country. Chapter three deals with legislative and institutional development on environment, and assesses its competence to provide the necessary protection to the environmental security. While chapter four is devoted to reveal the peace and economic condition in the country, chapter five is about the broad public participation in policy-making and implementation and regional and international cooperation for the achievement of environmental protection and sustainable development. Finally, the conclusion party of the paper gives the summary of the entire work and some solution suggestions of the researcher

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