Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Iceland

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Iceland

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ICELAND’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 6
Birds: 1
Reptiles: 0
Amphibians: 0
Fishes: 12
Molluscs: 0
Other Inverts: 0
Plants: 0

Iceland Act No. 33 Concerning Bird Hunting and Bird Protection

Act concerning bird-hunting and bird protection in Iceland. Hunting rights and the authority in matters relating to bird-hunting and bird protection. This Act the term ,,bird-hunting” is interpreted as the action involved in taking ar killing wild birds. When used in the…

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Iceland Fisheries Management Act 1990

The exploitable marine stocks of the Icelandic fishing banks are the common property of the Icelandic nation. The objective of this Act is to promote their conservation and efficient utilisation, thereby ensuring stable employment and settlement throughout Iceland…

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Iceland Nature Conservation Act No. 47 of 1971

The aim of this Act is to encourage the intercourse of Man and Nature in such a way that life or land be not needlessly wasted, nor sea, fresh water or polluted. The Act shall ensure as far as possible the course of natural processes according to their own laws…

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