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Environmental Management in Rwanda

Have the National Conservation Plans Worked?

by Therese Musabe, Innocent Kabenga

Rwanda has experienced environmental problems and depletion of natural resources, especially over the last two decades. This is the consequence of over-population, land scarcity, poverty, war and human resettlement. This study shows that the development of different laws and regulations governing the environment has not implied success in the conservation of resources and protection of the environment, as evidenced in the number of environmentally degraded areas in various sectors throughout the country. It proceeds to make policy recommendations for better environmental management and protection.

ISBN 9781904855460 | 48 pages | 254 x 178 mm | 2002 | Organisation for Social Science Research, Ethiopia | Paperback

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