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The Natural Resource Degradation-Human Vulnerability Nexus : An Evaluation of the World Bank’s Support for Sustainable and Inclusive Natural Resource Management (2009-2019) (Approach Paper) (English)

Renewable natural resources represent essential livelihood assets for many resource-dependent communities, many of whom are extremely poor. Chronic poverty, natural resource dependency, and degradation of natural resources are strongly interrelated. Climate change exacerbates the magnitude of the natural resource degradation challenge, especially for the most vulnerable populations. The World Bank has long recognized the importance of natural resources for poverty reduction and sustainable development in its policies and strategies, addressing environmental degradation through multiple interventions. This is a forward-looking evaluation that will generate evidence about how well

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  • Document Date

    2019/08/27

  • Document Type

    IEG Evaluation

  • Report Number

    142214

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/10/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    The Natural Resource Degradation-Human Vulnerability Nexus : An Evaluation of the World Bank’s Support for Sustainable and Inclusive Natural Resource Management (2009-2019) (Approach Paper)

  • Keywords

    Sustainable Land and Water Management; level of policy; international food policy research institute; Committee for Development Effectiveness; committee on development effectiveness; convention on biological diversity; Nutrition and Food Security; adaptive capacity to climate change; community based natural resource management; Personal and Property Rights; climate change adaptation action plan; private sector and climate change; social dimension; natural resource degradation; sustainable natural resource management; Environment and Natural Resources; Management of Natural Resources; degradation of natural resource; social safety net program; threats of resource degradation; climate change action plan; impact of climate change; Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry; Cash for Work Program; Industry, Trade and Services; land information management; effect of climate change; land and poverty conference; risk of soil erosion; renewable natural resource; Economics of Water; subject matter expert; sustainable development goals; employment in agriculture; million people; natural resource base; soil erosion rate; environment and development; small scale fishery; livestock production index; conflict and fragility; household and individual; sustainable forest management; theory of change; future population growth; explanatory factors; climate change vulnerability; fisheries and aquaculture; total water withdrawals; sustainable land management; process of adjustment; rate of exploitation; institutional capacity building; climate change mitigation; degradation of resources; income generating activity; hectares of land; household consumption expenditure; increase in income; jobs and poverty; labor market program; depletion of resource; success and failure; hides and skins; degradation of land; Marine Protected Areas; irrigation and drainage; fast track initiative; cgiar gender program; early warning system; natural resource use; criteria for selection; loss of forest; land use change; sustainable poverty reduction; land cover type; national poverty line; community based approach; destruction of habitat; conditional cash transfer; human development indicator; sustainable resource management; capacity for adaptation; natural resource economist; quality assurance process; Rain-fed Agriculture; poverty headcount; external peer review; capacity building support; national institutional framework; social protection system; resource dependent community; literature review; sustainable use; short term consultant; land degradation; portfolio review; Impact assessments; coastal area; vulnerability reduction; data availability; coastal fishery; environmental degradation; conflict risk; sustainable management; identification process; spatial analysis; investment lending; dryland area; community-based approaches; portfolio assessment; project impact; Environmental Resources; business intelligence; global biodiversity; causal linkage; household income; forest service; vegetative cover; output level; survey data; small-scale fishery; global common; ecosystem service; resource economics; social anthropology; evaluation methodologies; meeting minutes; rangeland area; sustainable future; organic carbon; evaluation process; geographic area; internal data; environmental change; purposive sampling; management scheme; groundwater management; artisanal fishery; civil society; external stakeholder; sustainable livelihood; groundwater depletion; skill mix

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The Natural Resource Degradation-Human Vulnerability Nexus : An Evaluation of the World Bank’s Support for Sustainable and Inclusive Natural Resource Management (2009-2019) (Approach Paper) (English). Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) approach paper Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/629211570816265147/The-Natural-Resource-Degradation-Human-Vulnerability-Nexus-An-Evaluation-of-the-World-Bank-s-Support-for-Sustainable-and-Inclusive-Natural-Resource-Management-2009-2019