Managing the Environmental and Social Impacts of a Major IDB-Financed Road Improvement Project: The Case of the Santa Cruz - Puerto Suárez Highway in Bolivia
AbstractThe Environment and Safeguards Group (ESG) of the IDB has examined how potential environmental and social risks of major Bank-supported road improvement investments in natural resource rich and socio-culturally diverse "frontier" regions have been identified and addressed in various parts of South and Central America. The present paper presents the findings and recommendations for selected ongoing and/or completed IDB-financed road and road-related projects in Bolivia. To the extent possible, the experience and lessons learned from all major parts of the project cycle -- design/preparation, up-front environmental assessment, implementation/supervision, and monitoring and evaluation - are considered, as are the analysis and management of direct, indirect and cumulative environmental and social impacts.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 78221.
Date of creation: Nov 2012
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Environmental Policy; Disasters; Climate Change; Pollution; Heritage Conservation; Water Supply and Sanitation; Urban Development; Biodiversity; Natural Resources Management; highway corridor; eastern Bolivia; ecologically sensitive areas; impact assessment; road improvement related projects;
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