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Natural Resource Management

Natural Resource Management -Rules and Regulations
Sri Lanka’s Wildlife policy
The first National Policy on Wildlife Conservation was approved by the cabinet in June 1990. The country then ratified for the Convention on Biological Biodiversity because the convention provides a new context for managing wildlife resources, by emphasizing the three themes of conservation, sustainable use and benefits sharing, and by recognizing that these must be balanced and linked if sustainable development is to be achieved.
Law, policy and institutional arrangements for Environmental impact assessment in Sri Lanka
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an effective tool to integrate environmental considerations into development planning. The application of this technique is considered as a means of ensuring that the likely effects of new development projects on the environment are fully understood and taken into account before development is allowed to proceed.

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