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Nedžada Tolja
Nedžada Tolja


: Bosnia and Herzegovina as a country of biological and geological diversity, is characterized by the uniqueness of spatial and temporal organization. In order to preserve these natural values on the way to the European Union, the protection of nature and the environment in the adopted acts puts as one of the key imperatives for the future. In this regard, the motives of this paper are focused on the preservation of natural values, and the aim of this paper is to present the current state and prospects of environmental policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina. After analyzing the available data, it is evident that the adopted environmental laws, signed international conventions and protocols, declared certain parts of the territory a protected area. However, the practice of implementing them is at a very low level, as a result of which natural resources are excessively depleted and endanger both representatives of indigenous flora and fauna and complete ecosystems.


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