Decree 8127, on October 22nd, 2013
It establishes the National Contingency Plan for Oil Pollution Incidents in Waters under National Jurisdiction, amends Decree # 4871, on November 6th, 2003, and Decree # 4136, on February 20th, 2002, and sets forth other provisions.

Decree # 6514, on July 24th, 2008
It provides for administrative violations and sanctions to the environment, establishes the federal administrative procedure for the verification of these violations, and sets forth other provisions.

Decree # 4871, n November 6th, 2003
It provides for the establishment of Area Plans for preparedness and response to oil pollution under national jurisdiction, and sets forth other provisions.

IBAMA’s Normative Instruction # 07, on April 30th, 2015
It establishes and regulates categories of using and handling wildlife held captive,, and defines, where Ibama is concerned, procedures permitted for established categories.

IBAMA’s Normative Instruction # 15, on October 6th, 2014
It establishes the National Environmental Emergency System – Siema, a computerized information tool for environmental accidents, display of interactive maps and generation of statistical data of environmental accidents registered by IBAMA.

ICMBio/IBAMA’s Normative Instruction # 01, on December 8th, 2014
It establishes procedures between the ICMBio and IBAMA for the handling and conservation of Brazilian wildlife species.

ICMBio’s Normative Instruction # 06, on December 1st, 2009
It provides for the process and procedures for the verification of administrative violations by harmful practices and activities to the Environment.

IBAMA’s Normative Instruction # 169, on February 20th, 2008
It establishes and regulates categories of using and handling wildlife held captive in the Brazilian territory, aiming to meet social and cultural, scientific research, conservation, exhibition, maintenance, creation, reproduction, commercialization, and product and sub-product abatement and improvement purposes, contained on the Federal Technical Registration (in Portuguese: CTF) of Activities potentially Polluting or Using Natural Resources.

It establishes criteria for procedures relating to wildlife handling (survey, monitoring, salvage, rescue and destination) in areas of influence of operations and activities considered as effective or potentially causing impacts on wildlife, subject to the environmental licensing, as defined by Law # 693891 and other Conama’s Resolutions # 00186 and # 237/97.

Complementary Law # 140, on December 8th, 2011
It sets standards, according to Items III, VI and VII of caput and sole paragraph of art. 23 of the Federal Constitution, for the cooperation between the Federal Government, States, and the Federal District and Cities in administrative actions arising from the exercise of common powers relating to outstanding natural landscape protection, environment protection, preparedness and response activities to pollution of any wknd whatsoever, and forest, wildlife and plant life preservation, and amends Law # 6938, on August 31st, 1981.

Federal Law # 9966, on April 28th, 2000 – Known as Oil Law
It provides for the prevention, control, inspection of pollution caused by throwing oil or other harmful or hazardous substances in waters under national jurisdiction.

Federal Law # 9605, on February 12th, 1998 – Known also as Environmental Crime Law
It provides for criminal and administrative sanctions derived from harmful practices and activities to the environment, and sets forth other provisions.

Federal Law # 5197, on January 3rd, 1967
It defines that animals of any species, in any stage of their development and that live naturally and out of captivity, constituting wildlife, as well as nests, shelters and breeding ground, are state-owned, and their use, pursuit, destruction, hunting, or collecting is prohibited.

SMA-22 Resolution, on March 30th, 2010
It provides for the operationalization and execution of the environmental license.

SMA-25 RESOLUTION, on March 30th, 2010
It provides for criteria for wildlife management, where the Environment Department is concerned, and sets other correlate provisions.

Conama’s Resolution # 398, on June 11th, 2008
It provides for the minimum content of the Individual Emergency Plan (in Portuguese: PEI) for oil pollution incidents in waters under national jurisdiction, originated from organized ports, port facilities, terminals, ducts, ground rigs, platforms and their support installations, refineries, dockyards, marinas, nautical clubs and similar facilities, and guides its preparation.

Conama’s Resolution # 237, on December 19th, 1997
It defines steps for the environmental licensing.

Conama’s Resolution # 01, on January 23rd, 1986
It provides for basic criteria and general guidelines for the evaluation of environmental impact.

PAE FAUNA, of October of 2016
The PAE-FAUNA is consisted of Good Practice Manual, Environmental Mapping for Emergency Response at Sea (MAREM) and Ibama’s Oiled Wildlife Plan. These ventures are provided for in the National Contingency Plan for Oil Pollution Incidents in Waters under National Jurisdiction (PNC, which points the need for trained person and specialized centers to insure the rescue and salvage of animals affected by petroleum and its derivatives). Aiuká was one of the institutions responsible for the Project preparation – Wildlife Protection Plan – which subsidizes the Marem.

DPREN ORDINANCE # 42, on october 23rd, 2000
It establishes initial procedures relating to wildlife for licensing process instruction, where the DEPRN is concerned.