Global Laws and Regulations
With its member nations and close collaboration with governmental infrastructures, institutions and agencies, OACM has initiated crucial global changes in the field of environment protection and preservation through implementation of new laws and regulations.
Changes and reforms are an important part of the global environmental protection, but they are often several decades too late or inadequately implemented. OACM's unique global partnership platform provides the organization with a wide spectrum of laws and regulations that are implemented in certain parts of the world. OACM Ocean Heritage ACT is focused on the nations’ law-making policies and regulations addressing ocean pollution and other environmental issues, which in long term will define the entire global efficiency in natural resource protection.
Each OACM nation member in the process of integrating the SOS CP system and implementing the White Flag International CSMA must agree to a certain set of reforms that will contribute to its efficiency in environmental preservation. These reforms, laws and regulations will be integrated in all existing governmental institutions and agencies that are related to the national sustainability, tourism industry or environmental protection. The reforms, laws and regulations are closely related to the SOS CP and the CSMA directives and in most cases don’t interfere with other national laws and regulations.