The Ministry of the Environment, Sustainable Development and Nature Protection, defines and coordinates the implementation of state policy on the environment and forest resources.
Tasks and attributions of the Ministry
The missions and attributions of the Ministry of the Environment, Sustainable Development and Nature Protection (MEDDPN) were set by decree n ° 2008-050 / PR of May 7, 2008 and confirmed by the mission letter n ° 393 / PM / SGG / 2010 of 15 September 2010.
As such, the MEDDPN's mission is to:
implement state policy on environmental management and forest resources;
to draw up rules relating to the protection and protection of the environment, the prevention of pollution and nuisances and the prevention of risks and natural disasters;
monitor compliance with and compliance with international environmental conventions, as well as the provisions of the Framework Law on the Environment, the Forest Code and the Biosafety Law;
to monitor the integration of environmental concerns into the various sectoral policies and national development strategies;
develop means of support and supervision of the populations and other actors in the context of reforestation and forest management;
ensure cross-border police movement of chemicals and hazardous substances.
As for specific attributions, they are:
In the forest resources sub-sector: monitor the implementation of forest policy and the protection of water bodies; to popularize forestry techniques, through agroforestry, nursery management and reforestation actions; protect and promote endangered forest plant genetic resources; to develop master plans for supplying urban centers with firewood and charcoal; promote the popularization of ovens and fireplaces for energy saving purposes; implement forest conventions, treaties and agreements; develop and enforce the forest regulatory texts; manage, equip and exploit all artificial and natural forest stands belonging to the State; to extend the wooded areas of the territory; exploit, process and market forest products and by-products; and carry out any applied research on forest production and the use of wood and derived materials.
In the wildlife and protected areas subsector: to implement and monitor the national wildlife protection policy; to regulate and control the practice of hunting and capture; to protect and develop national parks, game reserves, hunting areas, game ranches and zoos; protect wetlands; to provide the populations with support for the management of the fauna of the soil and the development of the breeding of the wild animal species; to develop and apply legislation relating to the management of wildlife and its habitat; and to implement international wildlife conventions and treaties.
In the environmental preservation sub-sector: to contribute to the definition of national policy and strategies for risk prevention and natural disasters; to work towards the definition of environmental standards and standards; manage the process of impact studies and environmental audits; to study applications for the opening of classified installations for the protection of the environment; to encourage and support the development of major industrial and natural risk prevention strategies and plans; to ensure the technical coordination of the implementation of international conventions and other treaties related to the preservation of the environment; and to promote environmentally sustainable technologies and production and consumption patterns.
Circumstantial eligible countries
Tender Management Modes