A preliminary sectoral environmental assessment and framework for environmental monitoring

Publisher: Project Facilitation Office in Kangma, Trashigang, Eastern Bhutan

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Edition Notes

Statementbased on the work of John H. Dick and Deki P. Yonten.
SeriesField document / [Third Forestry Development Project] ;, no. 13, Field document (Third Forestry Development Project (Bhutan)) ;, no. 13
ContributionsThird Forestry Development Project (Bhutan)
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2000/62413 (T)
The Physical Object
Pagination110 leaves
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL161183M
LC Control Number99937095

management and monitoring measures. Environmental impact assessment cannot be divorced from social impact of the project, hence the latter is considered as a key dimension of the EIA process. Examples of these close interactions can be found in the context of land tenure and rights, rural livelihoods, and traditional   PART VI –MONITORING AND ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS Self-audit Audit by the Agency Mitigation measures PART VI I –MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS PART VI I –MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Environmental impact assessment of policies and Programmes Effect of approval or rejection of a proposed project Offences Appeals   The land governance assessment framework: identifying and monitoring good practice in the land sector / Klaus Deininger, Harris Selod, and Anthony Burns. p. cm. — (Agriculture and rural development) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN — ISBN (electronic) 1. Land use, Rural, 2. Land tenure. ://   The last thirty years have seen a revolution in the way that waste is handled. Firstly, the environmental impacts of waste management and to a certain extent waste generation are increasingly under control. The basic regulatory structure is in place, and its enforcement is improving. Secondly, the economics of waste have changed beyond ://

Environmental Management: Science and Engineering for Industry consists of 18 chapters, starting with a discussion of International Environmental Laws and crucial environmental management tools, including lifecycle, environmental impact, and environmental risk assessments. This is followed by a frank discussion of environmental control and   Sectoral Planning Guidelines: Samoa is intended to meet these needs. for example, environmental management, urban development, and private sector Make a preliminary assessment of resource requirements and indicate how they will be met. Monitoring & evaluation   Such a requirement in the context of transboundary impacts has also been incorporated in several regional agreements, e.g. UN/ECE Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context () and several Regional Agreements concluded under UNEP's Regional Seas Programmes and resolutions of international bodies, e.g. ECA 1. An environmental assessment, in accordance with Articles 4 to 9, shall be carried out for plans and programmes referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4 which are likely to have significant environmental effects. 2. Subject to paragraph 3, an environmental assessment shall be carried out for all plans and programmes,?uri=CELEXL

  nd South Africa Environment Outlook (SAEO) report provides a national ‘big picture’ snapshot of how South Africa is performing in terms of short- and long-term responses to changing conditions and to assess the effects of human interventions and management :// This Good Practice Handbook, “Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management: Guidance for the Private Sector in Emerging Markets” () was jointly prepared by the Environmental, Social, and Governance Department of the International Finance The Spanish National Adaptation Plan (PNACC), adopted in July , is the reference framework for the development of adaptation policies in Spain. It promotes the coordination between all Public Administrations dealing with the assessment of impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change. It includes all sectors and natural resources   The Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs reflects many years of experience evaluating the environmental impact assessments (EIAs) for proposed mining projects around the world. The Guidebook was produced by a team of experts at the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW), in collaboration with an international review ://

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Architectural Services Department Programme No. RS Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex Environmental Impact Assessment Report August CCLMLALJV EIA: Environmental Impact Assessment EIS: Environmental Impact Study SEA: Strategic Environmental Assessment LGA: General Law on the Environment (Law No.

25,) Note: There are sectoral and provincial EIA regulations, but no general regulation at the federal level DOE: Department of the Environment NEAC: National Environmental Appraisal Committee+in+LAC.

environmental impact assessment for, amongst others, all development projects. Enforcement powers were also prescribed. In the National Policy on the Environment (NPE), FEPA adopted a strategy that guarantees an integrated holistic and systemic view of environmental issues that leads to prior environmental assessment of proposed :// Environmental assessment sourcebook: volume 1 - policies, procedures, and cross-sectoral issues (English) Abstract.

The sourcebook is designed to assist all those involved in environmental assessment   preliminary environmental and social assessment (PESA), an environmental and social management framework (ESMF), ethnic group engagement framework (EGEF) and resettlement policy framework (RPF).

The current PESA for the Lao PDR SEA Special Issue on Spatial Multi-Criteria Analysis for Impact Assessment. Spatial Multi-Criteria Analysis in Environmental Assessment: A Review and Reflection on Benefits and Limitations Ainhoa Gonzalez and Álvaro Enr¨ªquez-de-Salamanca Spatial Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Tool Suite for Consensus-Based Siting of Renewable Energy Structures Scope any preliminary environmental or social technical assessments/baseline monitoring required in accordance with Z19 State highway environmental and social responsibility standard: ESR standard.

Impact assessment guides will help prepare the scope. Planners assist in gathering information and attend options workshops: Indicative business case /business-case-requirements. Egyptian Environmental Impact Assessment, and other guidelines.

Developers should be fully aware of their obligations under all laws and guidelines applicable to their situation. The aim of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is to enable the approving authority, the public, local and central government and   October,KfW Development Bank – Sustainability Guideline Page 2 of 21 Abbreviations 3 1.

Preamble 4 2. Mission of KfW Development Bank 4 3. Objectives of this Guideline 5 4. Environmental and Social Due Diligence and Climate Assessment of FC-measures 6 Objective and Core Elements 6 Appraisal Standards 7   conceptual framework of alternative development, the basic principle of project monitoring and evaluation with specific reference to development and drug control projects and the design and implementation of monitoring and   Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) identified hazardous waste as an area of priority and decided to seek finances and technical assistance from World Bank.

The World Bank requested MoEF to prepare sectoral Environmental assessment of the project as per the requirement of its operation ://   Department of Environmental Affairs,Environmental Impact Assessment and Management Strategy for South Africa (Draft).

The analysis and recommendations of this Report do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Environmental Affairs. The recommendations do not necessarily carry the full support of all the sectors ://   Key stages in the Environmental Assessment process include: screening, alternatives, preliminary assessment, scoping, mitigation, main EIA study and environmental impact statement, review and monitoring (Box and Figure ).

These need to be managed so that they provide information to Profile No 1 - EIA (6 Oct 09).pdf. Cause and Effect Logic: a Results Framework outlines the development hypothesis implicit in the strategy and the cause-and-effect linkages between the goal, strategic objectives and specific programme outcomes.

What a CPD Results Framework is used for The result framework is used for planning, management/monitoring/review and   Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment: Towards an Integrated Approach DTIPA United Nations Environment Programme P.O.

Box Nairobi, Kenya Tel: ( 2) Fax: ( 2) E Strategic environmental assessment considers only the environmental effects of a plan, whereas sustainability appraisal considers the plan’s wider economic and social effects in addition to its EIA legislation in Ethiopia: a chapter in an Environmental Impact Assessment, a Legislation Handbook for the Eastern African Region, compiled as part of EIA/SEA regional profile for East ://   environmental assessment.

Work organization. International consulting firms are thereby invited to carry out the environmental and social assessment of Burkina Faso’s mining sector.

The services will be carried out by missions of short duration of international experts in   environmental assessment of impacts and recommended mitigation is sectoral.

No sub-projects were identified as requiring a full EP. The sectoral environmental assessment and management plan identified the key activities iimplemented under the sub-projects, listed the expected impacts from each of these activities, and   Australia is home to many animals, plants, habitats and places that are found nowhere else on earth and it’s important to protect them.

The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (EPBC Act) is Australia’s national environmental law and it makes sure that ‘nationally significant’ animals, plants, habitats and heritage places are identified, and   A conceptual framework for integrated environmental health monitoring.

Driving force-Pressure-State-Exposure-Effect-Action (left box) describes the environmental health chain through the main components (see Additional file2) that an integrated environmental health monitoring could follow as an operational human health at the core, the main components of an integrated Regulatory Framework for Dam Safety Preliminary Results of the WB Global Dam Safety Legal & Institutional Framework Study and new Environmental & Social Framework, including risk management – # Risk Assessment in Dam Safety Management: A Reconnaissance of   IMPACT ASSESSMENT (IA) is a routine practice at the European Commission.

In its Impact Assessment Guidelines (EC ), the Commission calls for an integrated ap-proach taking into account various dimensions of impacts, notably economic, social and environmental implications of planned public interventions. This publication responds to   Sectoral Report (K) Environmental and Social Considerations Table of Contents Nippon Koei Co., Ltd.

K - iii The Development of the National Water Master Plan The United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) devised a framework of monitoring the various sustainability indicators for assessing the performance of government towards sustainable development goals (Labuschagnea et al., ).The structure of framework comprises four dimensions viz.

social, environment, economic and institutional and it is broken down into 38 sub-indicators   •Environmental Permit Requirements •Environmental Assessment Regulations,LI provided the necessary specific and complete legal backing for EIA system in Ghana.

Specific provisions are made for: •Prepared within a framework of collaboration between   Framework for improved mobilization, sequencing, combining and pooling of finances for investments in adaptation and mitigation towards a green economy to meet the social, economic and environmental management objectives of the country.

The domestic and international financing should be used to catalyze and leverage private sector investment in   The Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NT EPA) (an independent statutory authority of the Territory government) is pleased to contribute to the government’s proposed and long-required reform of the Northern Territory’s environmental management framework and processes.

The government’s intention for This framework outlines a series of papers on the results of the baseline ecological risk assessment on residual ash in a river system. Metals contamination from coal fly ash is evaluated for a host of ecological receptors. A unique weight of evidence approach is outlined and applied to numerous lines of   The OECD work programme on environmental indicators has led to several sets of indicators each responding to a specific purpose: an OECD Core Set of environmental indicators to measure environmental progress, and various sets of indicators to integrate environmental concerns in sectoral policies (e.g.

energy, transport, agriculture). The need for a systematic method of evaluating the environmental effects of a project or a plan has been recognised for several decades. Environmental impact assessment, EIA, was introduced as a means to accomplish this in the USA in the early s.

Since then the use ~anly/miljo/The outcomes of frameworks and practices for stakeholder involvement in environmental impact assessment (EIA) for road planning, under the umbrella of a common EU legal framework Introduction.

Internationally, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is defined as a systematic, on-going and comprehensive process for evaluating the environmental impacts of a policy, a plan or a program (PPPs) and identifying alternatives to them at the earliest appropriate stage (Fischer ; Noble and Christmas ).To date, systems of SEA have been established in both developing and