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Lebanon - Roads and Employment Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental and Social Management Framework (Inglês)

The development objectives of Roads and Employment Project for Lebanon are to: (i) improve transport connectivity along select paved road sections; and (ii) create short term jobs for Lebanese and Syrians. Some of the mitigation measures include: (i) generation of nuisances-noise, air emissions, dust and vibrations at construction sites; (ii) generation of solid and hazardous wastes such as rubble, debris, empty fuel drums or chemical containers; (iii) generation of waste oil, filters and spare parts maintenance of machine or equipment; (iv) quarrying for hard stone, soil and sand has potential to degrade the land, destroy biodiversity and habitats; (v) loss of standing biodiversity and soil-borne genetic reserve in form of seeds; (vi) obstruction to access routes, visual intrusion; (vii) concentration of workers can generate both solid and sanitation waste, which poses hazards to human health; (viii) injuries to workers, either due to long term exposure or accidents, which reduces their productivity and increases costs to the state and society; and (ix) social decadence, increased hazard of transmission of STDs, HIV/AIDS, and crime. Some of the mitigation measures include: (i) employ construction machines with low emissions to reduce pollution, arranging sources of emission far from people's houses and public places; (ii) temporary storage of solid wastes shall be done with appropriate containment to avoid spreading of waste, odor and avoid dust; (iii) earthwork should be carried out during dry weather periods; (iv) provide information and awareness-raising campaigns for workers on labor influx issues; (v) workers should be instructed to protect flora and fauna, including aquatic life, as well as their habitats; (vi) hazardous waste and contaminated soils should not be dumped on-site but stored in a designated, labelled site until removal to a landfill or dumpsite designated by the local authority or the Ministry of Environment becomes possible as appropriate; and (vii) construction material and stock piles should be covered to avoid wash off to water bodies.


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    Environmental and Social Management Framework

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    Environmental and Social Management Plan; Environmental and Social Impact; implementation of road safety; gender based violence; infrastructure and asset management; road asset management system; preparation of bidding documents; Levels of Educational Attainment; Environmental and Social Safeguard; small scale land acquisition; Public Works and Transport; social and environmental; planning and design; implementation of mitigation; negative social impacts; negative environmental impact; benefits for woman; extreme weather event; ambient air pollutant; expenditures on road; compensation at replacement; job creation potential; income generating activity; Resettlement Policy Framework; community base; number of refugees; ownership of land; mortality by cause; law and regulation; disaster risk management; information and communication; management of road; diversity within species; criteria for selection; cost of personnel; cost for personnel; power generation emissions; due diligence process; road safety improvement; Development Policy Lending; kilometers of road; loss of land; efficiency of road; access to asset; loss of income; capacity building need; method of valuation; improvement of road; number of vehicles; expropriation of property; rights of way; environmental protection law; supply chain industry; consultations with stakeholders; main road network; content of contract; investment in road; construction of housing; construction of structure; real estate valuation; road safety measure; road rehabilitation works; road section; consultancy service; routine maintenance; land use; tertiary road; local contractor; road work; road sector; replacement cost; rehabilitation activities; train activity; road condition; roads rehabilitation; mitigation measure; transaction cost; Cultural Heritage; emergency procedure; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; snow removal; air emission; lagging region; noise level; emission limit; construction phase; spot improvement; compensation rate; project impact; road maintenance; ecological function; civil works; Proposed Investment; local industry; individual investment; social aspect; paved road; roadside improvement; retaining wall; environmental provision; price contingency; affected persons; drainage work; asphalt overlay; public health; road vehicle; functioning market; ambient noise; wastewater discharge; improved connectivity; inorganic pollutants; safeguard screen; allowable limits; snow blower; transport cost; gender distribution; water consumption; snow events; sector expenditure; climate extremes; mountainous country; slope protection; road agency; asset replacement; mountain road; native habitat; soft skills; stakeholder concern; construction industry; hazardous chemical; emergency works; safety aspect; social legislation; winter season; species composition; residential land; electromagnetic energy; exclusion criteria; resettlement planning; administrative charge; wastewater effluent; discharge limit; wastewater treatment; protected area; moving expense; valuation method; access indicators; traffic count; climate condition; Health Service; educational institution; disposal method; national strategy; noise exposure; liquid effluent; sewer system; climate adaptation; alternative mean; average age; traffic demand; productive asset; Fixed Assets; middle class; safety zone; community standards; non-governmental organization; positive impact; environmental safeguard; awareness program; consultation activity; stakeholder engagement; annex annex; procurement activities; generic terms; retroactive financing; good road; emergency conditions; war refugees; socioeconomic benefits; road type; road investment; animal species; socioeconomic impact; living organism; safety condition; aquatic ecosystem; ecological complexes; concessional term; archaeological materials; project construction; road program; masonry walls; broad participation; road crossing; road priority; local participation; legal framewor



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