Autonomous Administration of North-East Syria prepares to enact ‘Ecology Conservation’ law
Ecology is one of the pillars of Rojava's revolution, along with grassroots democracy and women's liberation. The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria is preparing a law to protect the ecological balance.
The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria has announced launch of preparations to enact an ‘Ecology Conservation’ law. This was decided on Wednesday at a meeting of the Committee for Ecology and Local Government. A separate committee will be formed to draft a bill to this end.
At the meeting, the work of the committee in the past three months was evaluated. Among other things, it dealt with the negative impact of the oil refinery in the autonomous area. The content of the deliberations included ways to identify and curb environmentally harmful behavior. In the coming months, the established committee is expected to draft a bill to protect the ecological balance.
Ecology is one of the pillars of the Rojava revolution, along with grassroots democracy and women's liberation. The aim is to go beyond classic environmental protection and create an ecological form of society: the aim is to restore the unbalanced relationship between nature and man, which Abdullah Öcalan, the initiator of the Rojava Revolution, describes as a "renewed, conscious and enlightened union to create a natural, organic society. The ecological revolution in northeastern Syria is complicated by the permanent state of war.