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Poverty and environmental impacts of electricity price reforms in Montenegro (Inglês)

The Government of Montenegro is preparing an electricity tariff reform due to recent developments in the national and regional electricity markets. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho sobre pesquisa de políticas WPS4127 FEB 01, 2007

Silva, Patricia; Klytchnikova, Irina; Radevic, Dragana Disclosed

Exploring the linkages between poverty, marine protected area management, and the use of destructive fishing gear in Tanzania (Inglês)

Coastal resources in Tanzania have come under increasing pressure over the past three decades, which has led to a significant decline in the biodiversity and productivity of coastal ecosystems. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho sobre pesquisa de políticas WPS3831 FEB 01, 2006

Silva, Patricia Disclosed

Environmental factors and children's malnutrition in Ethiopia (Inglês)

Ethiopia has one of the highest child malnutrition rates in the world. A considerable effort to monitor child malnutrition rates over the last two decades shows that, despite some improvements, approximately half of the children under five are still malnourished. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho sobre pesquisa de políticas WPS3489 JAN 01, 2005

Silva, Patricia

A review of the valuation of environmental costs and benefits in World Bank projects (Inglês)

The review examines the use of environmental valuation in 101 projects in the World Bank's environmental portfolio approved in fiscal years 2000, 2001, and 2002. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de trabalho departamental 29349 DEC 01, 2003

Silva, Patricia; Pagiola, Stefano

Generating public sector resources to finance sustainable development - revenue and incentive effects (Inglês)

The paper discusses how developing countries can generate some of the resources they need for sustainable development. Developing country government already spend significant amounts of resources on a variety of activities, but the evidence suggests that sometimes, there is substantial scope for them to generate additional resources, and most importantly perhaps, to free substantial amounts of resources which are currently being used inefficiently. ... Exibir mais +

Publicação WTP538 DEC 31, 2002

Pagiola, Stefano; Martin-Hurtado, Roberto; Shyamsundar, Priya; Mani, Muthukumara; Silva, Patricia