Studying the Consequences of the Decision of Banning Camel Grazing in 6 Manors Completed

The permanent team dedicated for studying the impacts of the Decision of Banning Camel Grazing has completed 6 out of 10 manors covered by the study. The Environmental Protection, Reserves and Wildlife Department, the Agricultural Researches Department, the Public Parks Department and the Geographic Information System (GIS) Center supervise the study.

For the first time, the work of the team includes a comparative study of manors where camels graze under the supervision of the team in order to demonstrate the negative and positive consequences of grazing therein. In contrast, the direct consequences on camels themselves whether they graze or not shall be studied.

The team is studying the negative and positive consequences of the Decision of Banning Camel Grazing on plantations and camel herds. The team includes specialists from all fields of study.

His Excellency Engineer Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Bin Turki As-Sebei, Minister of Municipality and Environment, issued a decision to set up a permanent team to study the negative and positive consequences of the Decision of Banning Camel Grazing on plantations and camel herds.

The team includes the following 7 departments: the Environmental Protection, Reserves and Wildlife Department, the Livestock Department, the Legal Affairs Department, the Agricultural Researches Department, the Public Parks Department, and the Geographic Information System (GIS) Center.

Source: Ministry of Municipality and Environment