Ministry of Environment (Armenia)

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The Ministry of Environment, is a department of the Government of Armenia with responsibility for environmental protection and natural heritage.

It was created as the Ministry of Nature and Environment Protection on Armenian independence in 1991, and renamed as the Ministry of Nature Protection and Lithosphere in 1995. Later it was renamed Ministry of Nature Protection. It is also oftentimes referred as Ministry of Ecology.

The current Minister of Environment, appointed in June 2019 is Erik Grigoryan.[1]

From 1997 officials at the Ministry have reported to the international Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). In 1999, the combined work of eight groups of specialists resulted in a "First National Report on Biodiversity of Armenia" and a "Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan", which were prepared in line with CBD guidelines and the priority development goals of Armenia.[2]

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  1. ^ "Government - Team Members - The Government of the Republic of Armenia". www.gov.am. Retrieved 2019-06-08.
  2. ^ UN Convention on Biological Diversity, Climate Change Information Center of Armenia

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External links[edit]

Official website