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Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2003/03/07

  • Document Type

    Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet

  • Report Number

    24228

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Brazil,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project

  • Keywords

    environmental assessment and management;delivery of infrastructure service;improvement of road infrastructure;indigenous people development plan;road right of way;financial management and control;state road;protected area;regional development plans;construction of bridges;road improvement component;Environmental Management Plan;high population density;Association of Municipalities;negative environmental impact;municipal road;detailed engineering design;public infrastructure investment;bank for review;significant adverse impact;regional development planning;critical natural habitats;land and water;basis of information;degradation of soil;income of farmers;access road network;conservation of ecosystems;government's development strategy;public expenditure program;pest management plan;social development fund;rural transport improvement;rural transport service;Secretariat of Planning;Promoting Private Sector;municipal development plan;land use policy;road section;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;road link;Natural Resources;civil works;long-term impact;rural community;environment result;cultural property;spot improvement;safeguard issue;drainage facilities;fragile ecosystem;restricted use;strategic framework;Public-Private Partnership;cumulative impact;indirect impact;community association;Rural Poor;sustainable use;safeguard specialist;positive impact;participatory planning;productive area;standard design;physical activity;road work;municipal staff;road design;public consultation;environmental license;identification process;engineering service;Indigenous Peoples;impact monitoring;indigenous population;sectoral planning;local development;ecosystem protection;irreversible impacts;highway network;ecosystem conservation;state environmental;increase productivity;poor community;community priority;business community;small farmer;investment climate;environmental perspective;Programmatic Approach;financial intermediaries;monitoring function;financing application;previous paragraph;train service;involuntary resettlement;participatory mechanism;construction activities;standard procedure;project execution;field study;school bus;trade corridors;consultative process;community level;riparian forests;water resource;private investment;land conflicts;perennial crop;Rain forest;social characteristic;Drainage Rehabilitation;soil erosion;small area;priority region;hydrological condition;operational staff;regulatory instrument;adequate incentives;agricultural area;small Works;cost-recovery mechanism;administrative capacity;tax collection;geographic location;local contractor;environmental norms;sustainable production;contract maintenance;road maintenance;environmental criterion;technical standard;annual budget;Public Services;civil society;infrastructure management;market access;regional disparity;reducing inequality;living standard;Environmental Policy;government administration;project datum;safeguards data;effective participation;bank activity;job opportunity;job opportunities;land reform;fruit production;gallery forest;hydrological regime;traffic level;initial screening;environmental requirement;fragile areas;institutional risk;decentralization process;standard contract;financial sustainability;state administration;regional councils;specific issue;resettlement plan;road administration;environmental consideration;

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Brazil - Tocantins Sustainable Regional Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/404841468744247041/Brazil-Tocantins-Sustainable-Regional-Development-Project