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Mission Statement

To ensure that Swaziland's development is environmentally, economically and socially sustainable, by means of promoting sound environmental policies, practices and development, which meets appropriate national and international standards.

Objective

The main objective for SEA is to ensure that the environment in the Kingdom of Swaziland is treated in a proper way now and in the future. "Environment" means, without being limited to, the atmosphere, water in all its forms, land, soil and subsoil, flora, fauna, energy sources, mineral, topographical formations with energy potential, geothermal resources, living resources, landscape resources and other elements, and factors such as residues, garbage, waste and refuse, noise, living conditions in human settlements, and man-made products. SEA controls that the environment is treated properly and monitors the development in the state of the environment.

Recent Pages:

General
Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening - PADELIA
International Environmental Laws
Environmental Legislations Summaries
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Biodiversity
National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP)
Biodiveristy Conservation and Participatory Project (BCPD)
World Wetlands Day
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Desertification
National Action Programme - Convention on Desertification
Convention on Desertification
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Climate Change
Ozone Day
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
Swaziland and the Montreal Protocol
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Waste Management
Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal, 1989
Bamako Convention on the Ban of Import of Hazardous Wastes into Africa
The Waste Regulations, 2000
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Environmental Impact Assessment
Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines
Environmental Audit, Assessment and Review Regulations
Environmental Impact Assessment - Why EIA's?
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Sustainable Development
Agenda 21- Sustainable Development
National Assessment Report on Sustainable Development
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Environmental Law
The Environment Management Act, 2002 Part III - Administration
The Environment Management Act, 2002 Part II - Fundamental Purpose and Principles
The Environment Management Act, 2002 Part I - Introductory Provisions
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