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Project Information Document (PID) - GPSA CARIBBEAN COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE IN PROTECTING BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS PROJECT - P173017 (English)

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  • Author

    Jespersen,Ann-Sofie

  • Document Date

    2020/12/23

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDC208069

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Caribbean,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/12/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Project Information Document (PID) - GPSA CARIBBEAN ? COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE IN PROTECTING BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS PROJECT - P173017

  • Keywords

    Adaptation to Climate Change; Management of Natural Resources; civil society; sustainable use of biodiversity; protected area; social accountability mechanism; natural disaster; knowledge and learning; civil society group; management of biodiversity; conservation action; capacity development activity; conservation of biodiversity; globally important biodiversity; human development index; participating country; civil society organisation; climate-related risks; fight against poverty; loss of biodiversity; strengthened protection; capacity building training; public sector institution; climate change resilience; reduction of biodiversity; public policy advocacy; reserve management; access to information; social accountability process; climate change strategy; protection of biodiversity; Blue Economy; resource mobilization; public debt; conservation finance; innovative solution; national conservation; long-term conservation; political boundary; institutional context; biodiversity areas; environmental risk; extreme event; sustainable management; environmental practice; zoning plan; ocean resource; external shock; biodiversity resource; climate resilience; government representative; emigration rate; ITS Services; major hurricanes; small economy; state spending; financial system; sustainable agriculture; agroforestry system; Cultural Heritage; adaptive management; investment phase; sand mining; land use; private landowner; new species; new plant; protection status; coastal ecosystem; mangrove swamp; Indigenous Peoples; low risk; animal species; commercial trade; collaborative framework; island resource; constructive engagement; government's commitment; social standard; risk classification; offshore islands; community livelihoods; Safeguard Policies; safeguard policy; statutory bodies; resource users; labor practice; monitoring process; project's inception; environmental sustainability; financial intermediaries; contextual factor; land acquisition; local group; civil works; natural hazard; sustainable biodiversity; cloud forest; bird species; national biodiversity; international agreement; adaptive learning; knowledge exchange; individual behavior; The Disabled; information service; conservation programmes; environmental economist; negative effect; Ethnic Minorities; deleterious impact; citizen groups; holistic approach; biodiversity degradation; framework agreement; participatory mechanism; public awareness; result indicator; conservation policy; target beneficiary; behavioral change; local planning; citizen feedback; ecosystem conservation; biodiversity value; collaborative manner

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Citation

Jespersen,Ann-Sofie

Project Information Document (PID) - GPSA CARIBBEAN COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR IMPROVED GOVERNANCE IN PROTECTING BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS PROJECT - P173017 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/966191608746953120/Project-Information-Document-PID-GPSA-CARIBBEAN-COLLABORATIVE-SOCIAL-ACCOUNTABILITY-FOR-IMPROVED-GOVERNANCE-IN-PROTECTING-BIODIVERSITY-HOTSPOTS-PROJECT-P173017