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IDA 13 How far into the mainstream : a review of environmental issues in IDA activities (الإنجليزية)

This report responds to a request from the deputies for the International Development Association (IDA) for an account of progress made in mainstreaming environmental considerations into IDA's regular assistance, including collaboration with the Global Environment Facility (GEF). This report describes IDA's progress in making environmental activities part of its mainstream operational work-working with client countries to understand the environmental issues and priorities critical to their development and helping them to address urgent environmental problems. It is also an input to the upcoming environment strategy for the bank group.

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    2001/02/01

  • نوع الوثيقة

    تقرير مجلس المديرين التنفيذيين

  • رقم التقرير

    77732

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    العالم,

  • المنطقة

    مناطق العالم,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2013/05/16

  • حالة الافصاح

    Disclosed

  • اسم الوثيقة

    IDA 13 How far into the mainstream? : a review of environmental issues in IDA activities

  • كلمة أساسية

    Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Program;water supply and sanitation;Energy &Environment;integrated coastal zone management;data collection and analysis;vulnerability to natural disasters;wastewater collection and treatment;convention to combat desertification;Environment and Natural Resources;Soil and Water Conservation;list of countries eligible;terms of policy instruments;economic and sector work;Analytical and Advisory Activities;Natural Resource Management;environmental component;environmental objective;natural resource base;environment and development;environmental quality indicator;wastewater treatment plant;poverty monitoring system;allocation of resource;advice on compliance;design of water;environmental health risk;community of practice;access to water;water quality protection;energy efficiency investment;natural resource sustainability;production of energy;fuel for thought;natural resource use;body of law;environmental safeguard policy;Environmental Management Plan;history of involvement;good environmental management;global environmental objectives;protecting natural resources;cities in transition;compliance with requirements;reduction of poverty;point of entry;client country development;health and environment;lack of commitment;distribution of poverty;surface water quality;Full Environmental Assessment;irrigation and drainage;water sector strategy;exclusive economic zone;land and water;solid waste service;lack of focus;lack of ownership;demand side management;national policy agenda;health sector development;low-income urban area;Water and Land;environment portfolio;environmental issue;environmental concern;environmental sustainability;Safeguard Policies;urban development;environmental consideration;environmental problem;environmental agenda;sector activity;environmental performance;project costing;environmental activity;environment components;poverty-environment link;sectoral investment;active portfolio;environmental supervision;coal-fired power;natural environment;Environmental Policy;sectoral strategy;agriculture sector;environmental dimension;governance weaknesses;land degradation;environmental priority;environmental degradation;limited resources;urban strategy;environmental intervention;environmental implication;environmental resource;Sanitation Services;Waste Management;parallel financing;biodiversity activities;storm drainage;sustainable use;good governance;provincial plan;income change;water temperature;environmental review;hot spot;conservative approach;cumulative value;urban management;water polluters;community intervention;integrated system;water circulation;cooling tower;load management;arsenic contamination;fishing zone;internal review;funding support;high share;cultural property;environmental legislation;environment issues;raise awareness;development policy;increasing costs;international commitment;limited capacity;incentive framework;plant operation;operational term;borrower country;arsenic problem;plant design;financial resource;adjustment lending;sector adjustment;pilot program;resource consideration;Energy Sector;governance framework;urban agricultural policy;soil degradation;urban service;Child Mortality;sector analysis;effective approach;trade regime;property right;household environment;cooking fuel;premature mortality;poverty work;household studies;Cash Income;political commitment;Environmental Resources;pelagic fishery;marine area;tourism enterprise;donor community;economic shock;european commission;sustainable management;coastal nations;forest product;institutional system;pollution problem;donor activities;agricultural activity;unique biodiversity;advocacy work;national strategy;national agenda;increased partnership;global impact;policy requirement;environmental commitment;summary data;rural strategy;Water Policy;environmental progress;economic sector;regulatory infrastructure;local counterpart;Macroeconomic Policy;environment assessment;macroeconomic level;environmental parameters

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