Prepare to propose a draft ministerial regulation to add 7 Species
Updated: Nov 5, 2021
Prepare to propose a draft ministerial regulation to add 7 Species of wildlife protection, raising the status of Whale Shark - Leatherback turtle - Bruda Whale a protected wildlife, on 24th August, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment assigned Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to chair the meeting of the Legislative Development Committee of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment No. 2/2021, together with representatives from relevant agencies under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Through the VDO Conference meeting system, the meeting resolved in principle to draft a ministerial regulation stipulating that certain wildlife as protected wildlife B.E... to take into consideration and presented to the National Preservation and Protection Committee as the next step.
Which is a marine animals, includes Mobula tarapacana, Eusphyra blochii, Sphyrna lewini, Sphyrna mokarran and Sphyrna zygaena. Including the modification of the Thai name and scientific name in the genus hierarchy or in a type hierarchy in some lists to be consistent with current taxonomic data which drafted such ministerial regulations The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has organized a public hearing through the Department's information technology system between 1th-15th August 2021 with stakeholders from all sectors and people attended to express their opinions.
In addition, the meeting also approved the results of the implementation of the legal development plan. Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in 2019... 2021 amount 245 by allowing the secretary to review and amend the progress of the draft law and report problems encountered report to the minister of Natural Resources and Environment for further information. as well as approve the preparation of a legal development plan Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment during the year 2022-2024 by asking each agency to clearly define the implementation timeline of the development of each law.
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