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He further added, "Our study examines this dilemma at a global scale and suggests these protected areas have overall positive impacts on the people living nearby, under certain kinds of conditions."
When protected, the new no-take zone around Ascension Island would bring the total percentage of MPAs in the UKs territorial waters, Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies to over 50%.
The passage of the ENIPAS Act provides a national legislation for all protected areas to ensure their ecological integrity.
As the title suggests, E-Nipas expands the areas covered and the number of protected areas and national parks declared as mandated by legislations or laws, on top of imposing a stricter penalty and higher fines against violators of the law.
The new law also requires the Department of Justice to appoint special prosecutors for violators of the laws, rules and regulations in the protected areas.
Protected areas need to be better connected, to allow populations of animals and plants to mix and spread.
Not only could this help to double the protected-area estate, many of the newly protected areas could also make immense contributions to sustainable economic development.
(8) In addition, lower courts have subsequently ruled that individuals have constitutionally protected privacy interests in the results of bodily fluid analysis.
Arizona: Delivery by private vehicle or by any other method or carrier is an explicitly protected activity under P.L.
If just one aircraft has been protected from a threat missile just one time because of this project, the return on the investment is immeasurable.
Many behaviors are not protected by the Constitution, and aggravated bullying is one of them.

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