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Les dix mètres de rive du Lac Kivu à Bukavu, une catastrophe environnementale dans l'avenir


Volume 14, Issue 2, April 2015, Pages 244–251

 Les dix mètres de rive du Lac Kivu à Bukavu, une catastrophe environnementale  dans l'avenir

Joseph KIZA NAMEGABE, Martin CIZA KAZUNGUZIBWA, and Christophe MALIYAMUNGU FAZILI

Original language: French

Received 23 December 2014

Copyright © 2015 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


In front a relevant problem for the immediate spontaneous occupation (wild and accelerated) of Kivu Lake's shore, therefore authorities of the town have a great work to do. As some people in the area do not respect the length of ten meters of the town planning rules. Nowadays, the shore is attacked by a lot of anarchic building which do not respect the town planning rules to save ten meters for building near the Kivu Lake's shore. This is really a disaster!

Author Keywords: ten meters, shore, Lake Kivu, piece of land.


Abstract: (french)


Devant la pertinence du problème d'occupation spontanée (sauvage et accélérée) des parcelles riveraines du Lac Kivu et de l'immensité du travail à faire pour l'assainissement de l'espace urbain par les tenants du pouvoir public, les dix mètres de rive du Lac Kivu sont menacés par des constructions anarchiques.

Author Keywords: dix mètres, rive, Lac Kivu, Parcelles.


How to Cite this Article


Joseph KIZA NAMEGABE, Martin CIZA KAZUNGUZIBWA, and Christophe MALIYAMUNGU FAZILI, “Les dix mètres de rive du Lac Kivu à Bukavu, une catastrophe environnementale dans l'avenir,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 244–251, April 2015.