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Forest Development, Conservation and Utilization Proclamation (No. 542 of 2007).

Country/Territory
Ethiopia
Document type
Legislation
Date
2009
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Forestry
Keyword
Basic legislation Forest management/forest conservation Forestry protection measures Protection forest Timber extraction/logging Agro-forestry Authorization/permit Public forest Concession Offences/penalties Traditional knowledge/indigenous knowledge Community management
Geographical area
Africa, Eastern Africa, Landlocked Developing Nations, Least Developed Countries
Entry into force notes
This Proclamation shall come into force on 4 September 2007.
Abstract

This Proclamation makes provision with respect to the development, conservation and sustainable utilization of forest resources in Ethiopia. It defines various measures for the promotion of forest development including the grant of rural land to private individuals and organizations and development of State production forests on concession basis. The Proclamation furthermore provides for the conservation, development and administration of State Forest, designation and administration of protected

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References - Legislation

Repeals

Forestry Conservation, Development and Utilization Proclamation No. 94/1994.

Legislation | Ethiopia | 1994 | Repealed

Keyword: Basic legislation, Forest management/forest conservation, Private forest, Public forest, Protected area, Forest service/forest officers, Offences/penalties

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repealed by

Forest Development, Conservation and Utilization Proclamation No. 1065/2018.

Legislation | Ethiopia | 2018

Keyword: Climate change, Ozone layer, Framework law, Basic legislation, Forest management/forest conservation, Forestry protection measures, Protection forest, Public forest, Private forest, Timber extraction/logging, Agro-forestry, Authorization/permit, Concession, Offences/penalties, Traditional knowledge/indigenous knowledge, Community management, Precautionary principle, Access and benefit sharing, Sustainable development, Sustainable use, Ecosystem preservation, Basin/catchment/watershed

Source: FAO, FAOLEX