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Introduction to Mozambique’s Wildlife Legislation

The law on conservation in Mozambique is rooted in the Constitution which provides for general guiding principles for conservation as well as rights and duties of citizens in conserving their environment. The Constitution provides that all citizens have the right to live in a balanced environment and the obligation to protect it from degradation.

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Wildlife Policies in Mozambique

For many years, wildlife conservation in Mozambique was governed by the Hunting Law enacted in 1968. This law governed wildlife conservation for 31 year until…

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In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal

In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal At Gorongosa National Park, scarred by civil war, scientists are answering fundamental questions about ecology and evolution,…

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