Laws and Regulations are enacted to protect our natural resources. Though these laws are local in scope, they are often informed by international consensus on the best conservation methods available. From local legislation implementing Multilateral Environmental Agreements, like CITES, to our Marine Parks Regulations, the Cayman Islands has a variety of laws and policies. All are designed and implemented for the preservation of Cayman’s Natural Environment and everyone should make themselves aware of them.
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