CZMACoastal Zone Management Act of 1972 (USA)
CZMACoastal Zone Management Authority (various nations)
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CZMA. (276) The developer must provide ACE and the relevant state(s)
the state-federal waters delineation, the CZMA's role in regulating
With the pressure to build new interstate natural gas pipelines and LNG export terminals since the hydraulic fracturing boom in the late 2000s, states have begun to be more active in using their federally delegated authority under the CZMA and the CWA to block infrastructure projects.
level rise and extreme weather events, the CZMA and the CBRA
The CZMA (109) was designed to encourage coordination and cooperation between the federal and state governments by providing for state-developed ocean resource plans as part of states' federally approved coastal zone management programs.
The CZMA is the balancing mechanism between the federal government and state governments.
The National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) system, established under the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) of 1972, is a partnership between the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the states that reside along coast lines (NOAA 2006).
The 1972 Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) requires coastal states, in partnership with the federal government, to protect and preserve coastal wetlands and other ecosystems, provide healthy fishery harvests, ensure recreational use, maintain and improve water quality, and allow oil and gas development in a manner compatible with long-term conservation.
In 1972, Congress enacted the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) to protect the nation's coastlines from growing demands associated with residential, recreational, commercial, and industrial uses.
Under the provisions of the federal Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA), federal agencies must ensure that any activities that affect the state's coastal zones are "consistent" with the coastal protection plans of those states.
These would include the Clean Water Act, the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Program, the Clean Air Act, the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974, and/or the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) of 1972.