SCEMO policy statements are contained within environmental management policies for sustainable development in the Sahel regions. The policies are outlined in each section of chapters that are covering different topic areas. They represent the long-term goals of the organisation and are available through the menu of links on the left of this page.
Each chapter explains briefly about the environmental problems that the Sahel countries have faced currently. Even though, these detailed environmental issues have been explained and illustrated in the past decades, lack of coherent environmental policies and protections were not taken place to tackle environmental problems due to ongoing war that lasted decades in the region.
However, with recent peace development; question may arise what consequences can environmental problems bring to the region? Such question can be explained further with possible scenarios of mitigation for environmental problems and sustainable environmental development. Managing the environmental problems can reduce pollutants in the air; water, land and overall the greenhouse gases emission, and thus the people in the Sahel countries would like to see a sustainable ecosystem that create equitable, justified and sustainable society in the region.
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