Regulations of the Heilongjiang Province on Desert Prevention and Transformation. | Land Portal

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October 2008
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These Regulations provide for the prevention of land desertification, the transformation of desertified land and the protection of the safety of the environment in Heilongjiang province.The Law consists of 6 Chapters divided into 45 articles: General provisions (I); Planning on desert prevention and transformation (II); Prevention of land desertification (III); Transformation of desertified land (IV); Legal responsibilities (V); Supplementary provisions (VI).The provincial administrative department in charge of forestry shall draw up the planning of desert prevention and transformation of the whole country. The planning shall take into account the natural conditions such as geological location of the desertified land, land types, vegetation conditions, climate and water resource conditions, land desertification degrees, etc. According to the planning of desert prevention and transformation, relevant departments, units and individuals shall take measures, which include forestation and grass-growing by human power, blocking desert for forest and grass fostering, allocation of water for environmental use, etc., in order to restore and increase vegetation and to transform land that has already been desertified. Desert prevention and land transformation may be conducted by owners' land use right of state-owned lands and contractors of rural collective-owned lands.

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Quan Gao (LEGN)

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