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Compliance and enforcement mechanisms and evaluation of their effectiveness

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Morocco has several “historical layers” of environmental regulation and went through several phases of institution-building. Some of the legal acts relevant for environmental management date back to 1914, even though most of the legal framework has been gradually updated since the mid-1990s. The resulting mix of obsolete and relatively modern legal acts poses problems of consistency and general applicability. While most of the principal instruments for environmental compliance assurance (such as environmental assessment, permitting, compliance monitoring, enforcement and compliance promotion) are available, capacity for their implementation remains limited. Efforts are made in Morocco to address capacity problems and adopt strategic planning that would allow for a more effective use of available resources.

Related Subject(s): Environment and Climate Change
Countries: Morocco
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