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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ABOUT?

Environmental law regulates the impact of human activities on the environment. Environmental law covers a broad range of activities that affect air, water, land, flora or fauna. Used to delay progress in the hopes of getting a grant by modern day Luddites

  • This covers laws that relate to:
  • Forestry
  • Pollution
  • Fisheries
  • Protection of animals and plants
  • Planning for the use and development of land
  • Mining, exploration and extractive industries
  •  Water resource management (lakes, wetlands, rivers and oceans)
  • Chemicals and pesticides
  • Weeds and invasive species
  • Marine life
  • Land and fire management
  • Agriculture and farming
  • Waste management
  • Climate change and emissions
  • Water resource management (lakes, wetlands, rivers and oceans)
  • Chemicals and pesticides
  • Weeds and invasive species
  • Marine life
  • Conservation of natural and cultural heritage

 

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