[Redevelopment] Comment on Draft National Environment Policy

Dear Madam / Sir,

Comment on NEP on behalf of Master Plan Implementation
Support Group has been sent vide letter of 26.10.2004.


For reasons stated therein the letter has been sent to
Secretary MoEF and is posted on the web and the url,
for information / record via response eml id, is:
http://plan.architexturez.net/site/dmp2021/ncmp/h/041026

In continuation of eml of 18.09.04 details of planning
and development experts involved in drafting NEP are
again requested.

Yours sincerely,
Gita Dewan Verma, MPISG Planner

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> Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 03:23:43 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Gita Dewan Verma <[email protected]>
> Subject: Request for DNSP text in html or doc
> format, etc
> To: [email protected]
>
> Dear Sir / Madam,
>
> Draft National Environment Policy (DNEP), posted at
> http://envfor.nic.in/nep.htm says it is "intended to
> mainstream environmental concerns in all development
> activities" (p.3) and "key environmental challenges
> ... relate to the nexus of environmental degradation
> with poverty ... and economic growth" (p.3).
> However,
> it makes no reference to planning and development
> law
> that does address these challenges or to processes
> of
> its subversion that do pose an emergent key
> challenge.
>
>
> I wish to comment on DNEP from this perspective and
> would be grateful for the text in html or doc
> format.
> Actually I would prefer to discuss this with
> planning
> and development experts involved in DNEP, which does
> say it was "prepared through a process of extensive
> consultation with experts, as well as diverse
> stakeholders, and this process is also documented"
> (p.3), though chapter-6 (Process of formulation of
> this policy) only says "(To be documented on
> completion of the formulation process)" (p.39). I
> would be grateful for names, etc, of planning and
> development experts involved.
>
> I also seek clarification of how DNEP connects to
> National Common Minimum Programme (not itself being
> an
> NCMP commitment while incorporating ideas for issues
> that are NCMP priorities for which other policy
> initiatives are expected).
>
> Yours sincerely,
> Gita Dewan Verma, Planner
>



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