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India - Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project : environmental and social assessment (Vol. 2) : Draft final report (English)

The objective of the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project is to assist the Government of India in building national capacity for implementation of the new integrated management approach for India's coastal zones, and piloting the integrated coastal zone management approach in three states of Gujarat, Orissa, and West Bengal. Negative measures include: air pollution, water pollution, impacts due to deepening of the creeks on marine flora and fauna, impacts due to increased tourist inflow on the natural resource base, soil erosion, and impacts of waste disposal related activities. Mitigation measures include: a) create awareness among vendors and users to generate funds for upkeep and maintenance of toilets; b) minimize the use of pesticides and fertilizers; c) in slopes and other suitable places along the landward side, grass should be planted; d) the construction site must be restored. Any construction related waste must be cleared and transported to waste disposal sites; and e) adequate temporary protection measures to control erosion shall be implemented including slope terracing, ground cover vegetation etc as applicable.


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    Draft final report

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India - Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project : environmental and social assessment (Vol. 2) : Draft final report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.