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24 March, 2016 16:54

Senate to consider amendments to law on transition to "green economy"

In the second reading, the Senate adopted the Law "On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of Kazakhstan on the transition of the Republic of Kazakhstan to "green economy".
Senate to consider amendments to law on transition to "green economy" | Strategy2050.kz

"The bill is aimed at the transition of the Republic of Kazakhstan to "green economy". The document will improve the legislative framework. The bill provides amendments to 12 legislative acts. Taking into account the suggestions and comments of the Committee, there was a need for changes and additions to the draft law ", - deputy S. Bilyalov said presenting the bill.

At the same time, he noted that "these changes, mainly covering issues of development of standards in the field of water, the principles of extended producer responsibility, standards and environmental requirements when working with certain types of waste, investment preferences in regard to methane production projects from coal seams, development renewable energy and environmental monitoring of the Caspian sea. "

In addition, the amended bill drafting and legal technique was made up in accordance with applicable legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

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