In 2002, Lebanon adopted the Environment Protection Law No. 444 which established the framework for environmental regulation in the country. This law makes reference to environmental assessments and paved the way to adopt the EIA Decree No. 8633 (2012), the SEA Decree No. 8213 (2012), and associated ministerial circulars and decisions. The central authority responsible for EIA and SEA is the Ministry of Environment (MoE).
Webpages | 23-01-2023
It is with great pleasure that we welcome two new colleagues to our international team.
Webpages | 15-07-2019
The NCEA reviewed the ESIA for one of the first wind farm projects in Lebanon...
Webpages | 15-12-2015
The NCEA supported the Norwegian Environmental Agency in facilitating a training on strategic environmental assessment (SEA) and environmental (and…