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Albania - Lake Skadar-Shkoder Integrated Ecosystem Management Project : Environmental impact assessment (Inglês)

The overall objective of the Albania Lake Shkoder Integrated Ecosystem Management Project is to assist the Governments of Albania and Montenegro in achieving more sustainable use of the natural resources of Lake Shkodra and its watershed. Some of the environmental impacts associated with the project are: vegetation clearance, including possible removal of trees and shrub; destruction of habitats for endemic plants and animals; elevated noise level and disturbance of nesting birds; potential problems with litter from tourists using the bicycle and hiking trails; providing easier access to prohibition zones of the lake; soil instability or changes in geologic substructure; Introduction and spread of noxious weeds; and fecal contamination of surrounding areas. Some of the mitigating measures include the following: making sure minimal vegetation damage is done when creating trails; construction should occur during non-peak visitor use or on weekdays when visitation is less, and also take into account the nesting seasons; reseeding with native grass mix for areas where soil is disturbed; and finally construction of latrines along the trails.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2007/05/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E1711

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    South Eastern Europe and Balkans,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2007/08/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental impact assessment

  • Palavras-chave

    bird observation;visitor center;small and medium size enterprise;construction phase;hiking trails;waste water treatment plant;lakeside villages;noise level;mitigation measure;protected area;wastewater treatment plant;destruction of habitat;environmental impact mitigation;noxious weed;endemic plant;wastewater treatment facility;waste management plan;flora and fauna;treatment of wastewater;construction and operation;removal of trees;local environmental authority;septic tank;visitor use;contamination of groundwater;proper sanitation facility;sources of fund;emissions to air;procurement of equipment;land for landfill;hazardous waste landfill;technical assistance program;environmental awareness campaign;negative environmental impact;consumption of fossil;enforcement of regulation;risk of contamination;Natural Resource Management;criteria for selection;environmental issue;Natural Resources;administrative framework;public consultation;law;nature parks;domestic waste;nesting sites;technical feasibility;tourist use;construction activities;litter bins;trail development;heavy metal;organic chemical;environmental auditing;national legislation;vegetative cover;vegetation cover;environmental problem;access road;public hearing;adjacent land;contaminated soil;environmental situation;fecal contamination;sand filters;construction waste;waste container;building site;monitoring authority;disposal site;reasonable time;regular monitoring;health hazard;water sample;phosphorus content;treatment facilities;surface water;environmental legislation;illegal disposal;monitoring requirement;illegal construction;environmental regulation;national authority;ecological management;common procedure;water bird;natural habitat;native grass;sanitation solutions;center construction;building material;wooden build;treating wastewater;colour matching;bicycle trail;daily operation;recreational value;job description;oxygen content;steep slope;classification system;institutional strengthening;soil disturbance;oxygen depletion;trail construction;environmental health;positive impact;organizational change;spawning sites;monitoring stations;environmental scientist;environmental performance;monitoring data;project costing;monitoring contracts;research activities;research activity;local resident;public awareness;lake management;institutional framework;physical activity;ecological impact;management requirements;reporting procedure;global environmental;monitoring plan;sustainable use;warning signs;invertebrate fauna;cleaner technology;pumping station;Social Assessment;environmental screening;mitigation actions;fragile ecosystem;negative effect;

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