Concepts, Implementation and Effectiveness
- New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series
Edited by Michael Faure, Peter De Smedt and An Stas
Chapter 19: Success and failure factors in developing effective environmental enforcement networks: the case of the East African Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement
EANECE is an informal regional initiative whose mission is to promote the rule of law, good environmental governance and sustainable development through the efficient and effective implementation and enforcement of environmental laws. The goals of the network are: 1. To strengthen the capacity of environmental regulators in East Africa for effective implementation and enforcement of environmental requirements; 2. To raise awareness of environmental requirements and the benefits of compliance; and 3. To build and strengthen in-country and cross-border relationships between environmental regulators in East Africa for improved cooperation on national and transboundary environmental issues.
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