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Dia de Iberoamerica : Conferencia IAIA 2011 (Espanhol)

The Ibero-America Day (IAD), which took place at the beginning of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) 2011 Puebla Conference, was a celebration of diversity within the region that hosted the event. Nearly two hundred participants from 11 countries in Latin America participated, along with many delegates from Spain and Portugal. This document describes the proceedings of the conference. The first session concerned the environmental assessment process and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Session 2 discussed the evolution of the impact assessment process in Latin America: legislative framework and institutional capacity. Session 3 was dedicated to presenting case studies of social, cumulative, environmental, strategic and human rights impact assessments in the region. Session 4 was a panel discussion on challenges and opportunities in Latin America for strategic environmental assessment. Session 5 was a Roundtable on establishing a network of Iberoamerican experts on impact evaluation. The remainder of the document contains conclusions and biographies of participants. For more publications on IFC Sustainability please visit www.ifc.org/sustainabilitypublications.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2011/06/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Publicação

  • No. do relatório

    72887

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    América Latina,

    Portugal,

    Espanha,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2012/09/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Dia de Iberoamerica : Conferencia IAIA 2011

  • Palavras-chave

    access to primary education, access to safe drinking water, access to services, accurate assessment, assessment process, atmosphere, biodiversity, biodiversity loss, cause of death, Child Mortality, climate, climate change, CO2, compensation, Conservation, Conservation of ecosystems, deforestation, deforestation deforestation, deforestation rate, developed countries, developing regions, DEVELOPMENT GOALS, disaster risk management, drinking water, Ecology, Economic Analysis, economic development, economic instruments, ecosystems, electricity, emissions, emissions mitigation, endangered species, energy efficiency, environmental, environmental assessment, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS, environmental awareness, environmental externalities, Environmental Impact, Environmental Impact Assessment, environmental impact statement, environmental impact study, environmental issues, environmental laws, environmental management, environmental policies, environmental pollution, environmental problems, environmental projects, Environmental Protection, Environmental Protection Management, environmental regulations, environmental resources, environmental services, Environmental sustainability, environmentally sustainable development, externalities, extreme poverty, fisheries, forest, forest cover, forest resources, forest vegetation, forestry, forests, fossil fuels, fuel, fuel consumption, gas, global partnership, greenhouse, greenhouse gases, habitat, highway, highway projects, highways, Human Settlements, illiteracy, infant mortality, infant mortality rate, infrastructure projects, INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY, institutional framework, international financial institutions, land area, legal framework, maternal health, maternal mortality, member states, Montreal Protocol, National Development, natural capital, natural disasters, natural resources, new plants, oil, operating costs, ozone, ozone layer, Performance Standards, pollution, Potable water, power generation, privatization, protected areas, rate of deforestation, reducing emissions, Reforestation, renewable energy, risk management, road, roads, rural areas, Rural Development, rural groups, Safeguard Policies, sanitation, Sewage, sewage treatment, sewerage Coverage, sidewalks, slum dwellers, slums, soil, strategic environmental assessment, sustainable access, sustainable development, sustainable development policies, sustainable use, sustainable use of forest, sustainable water, temperature, transport, Transportation, true, unemployment, urban planner, water resources, water resources management, water supply, Wildlife

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