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Paragraphs in "African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources" coded as GOAL

Label Provision
Pre.2 We the Heads of State and Government of Independent African States,
Pre.3 FULLY CONSCIOUS that soil, water, flora and faunal resources constitute a capital of vital importance to mankind;
Pre.4 CONFIRMING, as we accepted upon declaring our adherence to the Charter of the Organization of African Unity, that we know that it is our duty "to harness the natural and human resources of our continent for the total advancement of our peoples in spheres of human endeavour";
Pre.5 FULLY CONSCIOUS of the ever-growing importance of natural resources from an economic, nutritional, scientific, educational, cultural and aesthetic point of view;
Pre.6 CONSCIOUS of the dangers which threaten some of these irreplaceable assets;
Pre.7 ACCEPTING that the utilization of the natural resources must aim at satisfying the needs of man according to the carrying capacity of the environment;
Pre.8 DESIROUS of undertaking individual and joint action for the conservation, utilization and development of these assets by establishing and maintaining their rational utilization for the present and future welfare of mankind;
Pre.9 CONVINCED that one of the most appropriate means of achieving this end is to bring into force a convention;
Art.10 Article X Conservation Areas
Art.10.1 1. The Contracting States shall maintain and extend where appropriate, within their territory and where applicable in their territorial waters, the Conservation areas existing at the time of entry into force of the present convention and, preferably within the framework of land use planning programmers, assess the necessity of establishing additional conservation areas in order to:
Art.10.1.a (a) protect those ecosystems which are most representative of and particularly those which are in any respect peculiar to their territories;
Art.10.1.b (b) ensure conservation of all species and more particularly of those listed or may be listed in the annex to this convention.