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Alick R MWANZA, Zambia
Since 1992 when the worldâs governments realised the need to protect the environment, sustainable development was adopted as a general principle for policies and actions that had a bearing in the environment, and one cannot talk about environment without talking about land on which activities that affect the environment mostly take place.
Issues of sustainable development strongly depend on surveying, planning and management
of land processes that deal with accessing and securing tenure of land. Surveying is thus a
fundamental activity on one of the major components of developmental capital; land, with
which Zambia as a country is well endowed. However, in recent years some malpractices
have been encroaching into the professional practice of land surveying.
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