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India - Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project : environmental and social assessment : Summary report (Inglês)

The objective of the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project is to assist the Government of India in building national capacity for implementation of the new integrated management approach for India's coastal zones, and piloting the integrated coastal zone management approach in three states of Gujarat, Orissa, and West Bengal. Negative measures include: air pollution, water pollution, impacts due to deepening of the creeks on marine flora and fauna, impacts due to increased tourist inflow on the natural resource base, soil erosion, and impacts of waste disposal related activities. Mitigation measures include: a) create awareness among vendors and users to generate funds for upkeep and maintenance of toilets; b) minimize the use of pesticides and fertilizers; c) in slopes and other suitable places along the landward side, grass should be planted; d) the construction site must be restored. Any construction related waste must be cleared and transported to waste disposal sites; and e) adequate temporary protection measures to control erosion shall be implemented including slope terracing, ground cover vegetation etc as applicable.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2009/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E2303

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Índia,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2009/11/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Summary report

  • Palavras-chave

    Environmental and Social Management Plan;integrated coastal zone management;capacity building plan;Governance and Accountability Action;project design and implementation;social and cultural anthropology;environmental and social assessments;maritime zone;legal and regulatory framework;town and country planning;oil and gas reserve;coastal communities;sea level rise;marine area;capacity building support;capacity building strategy;Solid Waste Management;ground water contamination;capacity building need;control of pollution;social and environmental;national environmental policy;rural coastal communities;merchant shipping act;extreme weather event;extreme weather variability;severe weather events;policy or regulation;effective regulatory regime;marine fish stock;special economic zone;natural gas production;decision support tool;regulatory impact assessment;sea bed mining;development of communication;deep sea fishing;wildlife protection act;flora and fauna;resettlement and rehabilitation;law and regulation;land and water;cultural heritage resources;lack of mechanism;lack of transparency;invasive exotic species;impact on health;waste disposal system;ocean thermal energy;utilization of forest;loss of biodiversity;natural resource base;channels of communication;brain storming session;Poverty and Equity;lack of knowledge;degradation of ecosystem;use of resources;large urban areas;growth and development;international good practice;repository of information;success and failure;capacity building program;coastal resource;coastal area;marine resource;noise pollution;livelihood improvement;Coral Reef;construction activities;coastal protection;coastal state;natural habitat;procurement management;stakeholder engagement;communication plan;coastal ecology;livelihood security;pollution control;procurement system;evaluation study;integrated management;coastal geomorphology;social audit;economic infrastructure;water bodies;state agency;sustainable management;shoreline protection;stakeholder consultation;biodiversity loss;coastal hazards;marine fishing;sea grass;fish auction;project intervention;tourism activity;lessons learnt;mangrove restoration;environmental resource;long-term benefits;topographic map;stakeholder analysis;national institute;protected area;Institutional Sustainability;environmental issue;regional planning;coastal inhabitants;urban sewage;management process;coastal population;Environmental Resources;salt marsh;tourism activities;fishing village;ecotourism activities;sand dune;vulnerable communities;socioeconomic development;knowledge system;social issue;macro level;institutional framework;state official;wildlife sanctuary;international convention;communication strategy;print media;habitat protection;industrial sector;systematic analysis;participatory planning;stakeholder interest;balanced development;impact analysis;corporate activity;financial sustainability;legislative assembly;coastal policy;mitigation measure;capacity assessment;resource generation;technical expert;consultative process;pollution issues;safe disposal;marine biodiversity;skill mix;brackish water;sewerage line;afforestation activities;mainstreaming gender;capacity constraint;indian context;community participation;water resource;traditional livelihood;alternative livelihood;sediment transportation;conservation plan;decentralized management;global experience;marginal impact;coastal conservation;awareness campaign;sustainable use;basic ecology;reef systems;legislative provision;stakeholder discussions;sustainable outcomes;vulnerable group;public awareness;enforcement mechanism;Proposed Investment;legal framework;scientific data;great power;monitoring indicator;resource endowments;absorptive capacity;accurate information;investment operation;community agency;community level;state capital;institutional change;tourist accommodation;protection measure;regional laboratory;construction phase;tourism facilities;job description;diesel generation;grid electricity

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