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Wildlife Conservation (Non-consumptive Wildlife Utilization) Regulations, 2016 (G.N. No. 181 of 2016).

Country/Territory
United Republic of Tanzania
Document type
Regulation
Date
2016
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Wild species & ecosystems
Keyword
Tourism Authorization/permit EIA Access and benefit-sharing
Geographical area
Africa, Eastern Africa, Least Developed Countries
Abstract

These Regulations, made under sections 54 and 121 of the Wildlife Conservation Act, provide rules with respect to non-consumptive tourism (not involving the taking of wildlife specimen). Permits for non-consumptive use shall be applied for and granted by the Director of Wildlife. The Regulations also set out criteria for the designation of areas for non-consumptive use and provide for creation and use of buffer zones, wildlife corridors, migratory routes, etc. and benefit-sharing of resources resulting from fees.

Full text
English
Website
www.parliament.go.tz

References - Legislation

Implements

Wildlife Conservation Act (No. 5 of 2009).

Legislation | United Republic of Tanzania | 2009

Keyword: Inland waters, Traditional knowledge/indigenous knowledge, Wetlands, Ecosystem preservation, Basic legislation, Management/conservation, Biodiversity, Institution, Hunting/capture, Hunting authorization/permit, Wild fauna, Protected area, Ranching/captive breeding, National parks, Wildlife products, Special fund, Registration, Dangerous animal/harmful animal, Offences/penalties, Protection of species, Grazing, Access and benefit-sharing

Source: FAO, FAOLEX