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Essentials (January 2001) (English)

ESSD: Community driven development anchor now firmly established. Environment: latest public opinion on the environment now available. The environment strategy consultations in San Francisco. Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund in full swing. Work on Persistent Organic Pollutants Convention progresses. The Prototype Carbon Fund to receive first trainees. Bridging troubled waters: assessing the water resources strategy since 1993. Training workshop on making biodiversity pay in Amazon Basin countries. Rural development: The World Bank at COP4 (Convention to Combat Desertification) - desertification. Agricultural science & technology roundtable with the private sector. Commodity price risk management team - a new addition to the Rural family. Rural Week 2001. CGIAR/Future harvest: This year's International Centers Week a success. Get together to find badly needed cures. CGIAR - a good example of what works. Scientists set to defeat millennia-long problem of locust and grasshopper plagues. Pearl-farming technology could help save coral reefs and generate new wealth. Future Harvest centers find that new crops and better management. Social: updated participation website. The Bank as a post-conflict player. Women and women's organizations in post-conflict societies. A restructuring of dialogue with civil society. Safeguard news. Regional news. People in the news. Publications. Training. Upcoming seminars and workshops. Calendar.

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    Ahmad, Nilufar Barghouti, Shawki Brandriss, Peter Brown, Lynn Canby, Kerstin Cantrell, Jim Foley, Mary-Ellen Garrison, John Geer, Shirley Goodland, Robert Gordon, Anita Guadagni, Maurizio Klopfer, Eilee Alexandra Kuroda, Kazuhide Muthuram, Vidhya Newcombe, Ken Owen, Daniel Pagiola, Stefano Pitman, Jas Reuben, William Theiler, Susan Scurlock Thindwa, Jeff Thompson, Robert L. Wettstein, Jason Youssef, Deborah

  • Document Date

    2001/01/31

  • Document Type

    Newsletter

  • Report Number

    23129

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Essentials (January 2001)

  • Keywords

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Ahmad, Nilufar Barghouti, Shawki Brandriss, Peter Brown, Lynn Canby, Kerstin Cantrell, Jim Foley, Mary-Ellen Garrison, John Geer, Shirley Goodland, Robert Gordon, Anita Guadagni, Maurizio Klopfer, Eilee Alexandra Kuroda, Kazuhide Muthuram, Vidhya Newcombe, Ken Owen, Daniel Pagiola, Stefano Pitman, Jas Reuben, William Theiler, Susan Scurlock Thindwa, Jeff Thompson, Robert L. Wettstein, Jason Youssef, Deborah

Essentials (January 2001) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/670571468740993868/Essentials-January-2001