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India - Uttar Pradesh Pro-poor Tourism Development Project : environmental assessment : Environmental and social management framework (Inglês)

The Uttar Pradesh Pro-Poor Tourism Development Project for India will improve living standards and increase income opportunities for the poor population living in and close to the primary tourism attractions of the Buddhist Circuit and the Braj-Agra Corridor. By generating improvements in basic service delivery, tourism-related infrastructure, income-generation opportunities and the general environment, there may be some disruption in the local area. Generally, the type of civil works anticipated under the project will involve demolition and new construction; provision of basic services; rehabilitation, restoration and/or maintenance of existing infrastructure, historic properties/sites and public areas; construction of new or extended facilities on existing land or historic properties/sites; adaptive reuse of historic buildings; signage and interpretation; equipment replacement/installation; public amenities; landscaping and tree plantation. Though it is envisaged that subprojects will involve very generic social issues that are manageable, there might be some subproject activities proposed in due course, that may carry a higher social risk and/or disruptions and/or impacts. The possibility of such issues arising in the subprojects sites will be identified during the subproject screening process. Negative impacts on cultural properties generally fall into the following broad categories: damage, destruction, wear, removal, burial, modification, change of use, neglect, denial of access, and desecration. If a proposed subproject presents risks to environmental, social or cultural heritage aspects of the project area, the Environmental Management Plan and Resettlement Action Plan, Gender Action Plan and Physical Cultural Resources Management Plan will include measures to prevent, mitigate or compensate negative impacts and enhance positive ones.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    India

  • Data do documento

    2015/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E4831

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Índia,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2015/04/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental and social management framework

  • Palavras-chave

    travel and tourism competitiveness;cultural property;environmental and social management;registration of trade union;project monitoring and evaluation;Environmental and Social Impact;preservation of cultural property;access to cultural property;service and infrastructure;legislation and regulation;denial of access;basic service provision;law and regulation;social services finance;human development indicator;tourist product;surface water quality;per capita income;Broad Community Support;heavy construction equipment;damage to buildings;damage to natural;small business owner;analysis of alternatives;Solid Waste Management;infrastructure and services;sustainable poverty reduction;conditions of employment;operations and maintenance;culture heritage;tourism product development;inclusive economic growth;point of production;Natural Resource Management;road and bridges;standards for emission;utilization of forest;provision of infrastructure;cultural heritage management;sense of identity;high poverty rate;participation of stakeholder;places of worship;civil works;tourism sector;historic building;tourist destination;historical structure;natural heritage;cultural asset;water pollution;local population;heritage assets;social issue;safeguard policy;sacred sites;land acquisition;Safeguard Policies;surrounding community;mitigation measure;public consultation;tourism activity;police department;tourist area;scenic landscapes;promotion strategy;tourism activities;cultural landscape;baseline information;private land;living condition;noise pollution;street vendor;environmental issue;construction activities;undue harm;settlement pattern;soil compaction;environmental pollution;positive impact;historic property;income opportunity;public area;adaptive reuse;inclusive growth;international tourist;Impact assessments;baseline data;social group;building ownership;air pollutant;employment opportunities;water bodies;tourist amenities;archeological site;increase productivity;access road;supply chain;economic sector;historic area;public space;small-scale entrepreneurship;tribal community;adversely impact;spatial extent;desert area;national legislation;information provision;native species;forest land;natural site;international waterway;environmental preservation;equipment replacement;standing order;residential area;industrial dispute;vernacular architecture;aesthetic value;property value;illegal traffic;protected area;deforestation activities;female workers;subproject preparation;precautionary approach;local area;competent authority;skill development;child labor;scenic areas;Public Facilities;reservoir operation;development training;shoreline erosion;sediment load;river flow;heavy equipment;urban development;Management Systems;wild animal;heritage value;Forest Development;Urban Planning;buffer zone;forested areas;sustainable use;universal value;land conversion;ecological stability;result indicator;Proposed Investment;catchment area;soil erosion;site owner;tourism destinations;natural forest;ecological balance;harmful activity;field monitoring;historic site;native vegetation;cut off;intangible heritage;human traffic;resettlement sites;steel industry;water table;classification system;gender development;environmental compliance;barrier effect;construction site;tree plantation;physical damage;migrant laborer;illegal export;health issue;river passing;wetland area;investment climate;cultural concerns;legal regulation;affected persons;vehicle traffic;social planning;community needs;reporting procedure;social concern;information resource;land classification;wastewater management;construction practices;cultural artifact;packaging waste;stakeholder identification;public health;Contractual obligations;participatory methodology;local stakeholder;youth employment;natural asset;site management;Infant Mortality;indigenous industry;traditional skill;build heritage;women's empowerment;local knowledge;cultural practice;household income;national revenue;social compact

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