Morocco has adopted in its development strategy the concept of sustainable development that promotes a balance between environmental, economic and social objectives which consist of improving the quality of life of citizens, strengthening the sustainable management of natural resources and promotion of economic activities environmentally.
In accordance with its international commitments under the Earth Summits in Rio de Janeiro (1992) and Johannesburg (2002) and the relevant conventions, Morocco has laid the foundations for achieving sustainable development in the country through various political, institutional and legal and socio-economic aspects. This process was reinforced by the adoption of the National Charter for the Environment and Sustainable Development, whose development was launched following the directives of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, in his Speech from the Throne of July 30, 2009.
The realization of this process has resulted in the integration of sustainable development principles into sectoral strategies, the implementation of the Strategy for Upgrading the Environment (MANE) and the National Initiative Human Development (NIHD).
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