This new forest policy for Jammu & Kashmir describes various strategies for sustainable management of forest resources. It also emphasises on enhancement of forest carbon stocks and provides for 100 percent incentives flow to the local community.

 

Jammu and Kashmir Government launched this new forest policy aimed at conserving biodiversity, rehabilitation and protection of degraded forests among others. It describes various strategies for sustainable management of forest resources. Also emphasises on enhancement of forest carbon stocks and provides for hundred percent incentives flow to the local community,

The objectives of the disaster management plan are: To provide effective support and resources to the individuals and

A Act to consolidate the law relating to use of water, the measurement, construction, control and management of works with respect to water storage, conservation and protection, the irrigation, water supply, drainage, flood control and prevention, the improvement in the flow of water, the protection and improvement in the physical integrity of water courses, lakes and springs, the safety and su

This new forest policy of J&K focuses on the role of forests in poverty alleviation and supporting livelihood needs of communities. Also emphasizes on carbon sequestration, revenue generation by development of non-timber forest produce & eco-tourism.

See Also
Report: J & K Forest (Conservation) Act, 1997  

These rules may be called the Jammu and Kashmir Disaster Management Rules, 2007.

An Act to provide for the conservation of forests and for matters connected therewith or ancillary or incidental thereto. This Act may be called the Jammu and Kashmir Forest Conservation) Act, 1997. It extends to the whole of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. It shall come into force at once.

The State Government introduces the Solar Power Policy

The objectives of this policy are: to harness the hydropower capacity of the State in a manner that is consistent with policy of the State Government; to generate and provide employment opportunities to the people of the State, particularly those who live in the project areas; to develop hydropower projects in an eco-friendly manner causing minimum distress to affected people; to secure the long t

The Jammu and Kashmir Land Acquisition Act, 1934. This Act may be called the State Land Acquisition Act No.10 of 1990.

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