Ministry of Environment (Peru)

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The Ministry of Environment of Peru is a ministry of the Cabinet of Peru, created on May 13, 2008. Its function is to oversee the environmental sector of Peru, with the authority to design, establish, and execute government policies concerning the environment. It has two subdivisions:

  • Strategic Development of Natural Resources
  • Environmental Management

It also has an Advisory Commission. The first minister of this ministry is the ecologist Antonio Brack Egg. Current minister is Manuel Pulgar-Vidal Otaróla.

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