The intention of coastal access land provision as per ICM Act is to ensure that the public can gain access to coastal public property via public access servitudes– in perpetuity. All municipalities with coastal public property must declare these servitudes within four years of the establishment of the ICM Act.
Desalination of saline water sources is becoming a more popular solution to the currently diminishing water supply issue.
These guidelines aim to provide a process or procedures following a mass kill incident in estuaries or the sea.
The ICM Act sets out a new approach to managing the nation's coast to promote social equity and make best use of coastal resources, whilst protecting the natural environment.
These guidelines assist in our understanding of the impacts of sand mining operations on rivers, streams and wetlands and in making more informed decisions regarding issuing of licences and authorisations.
The aim of these guidelines is to achieve good coastal water quality and a healthy, sustainable aquatic environment, while permitting justifiable social and economic development.
Water quality guidelines provide information on the ideal water quality for various water uses and additional information to help users make informed decisions about the quality of water for sustainable use.