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Cameroon : Indicators

2011 > 20 Key Indicators > Strategic Environmental Assessment of Development Priorities

The government has not carried out a strategic environmental assessment of development priorities.Furthermore, it should be noted that the 2001 mining law establishes the predominance of mining use of lands.

This issue has become critical and has led the REPAR (a network of members of parliament) to look at the overlaps between logging and mining activities in the Eastern Region’s logging concessions. The presidential order of February 2010 has established and mandated, within the REPAR-CEFHDAC in the National Assembly, some members of the Technical Monitoring Committee in charge of the integrated management of forest and mining resources.

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