Coastal Setbacks in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Study of Emerging Issues and Trends that Inform Guidelines for Coastal Planning and Development
AbstractBank investments in tourism and other coastal development projects have been on the rise, generating an interest in the development of instruments and tools that would more effectively inform Bank staff on critical issues, and support the management of the environmental and social risks of the Bank's portfolio. Coastal areas, which are home to the majority of the population of the LAC Region, are challenged by rising populations, sprawling and sometimes unplanned development, and the associated pressures of pollution, overexploitation of marine and freshwater resources, loss of biodiversity, severe storms, and the longer-term threats of climate change and attendant sea level rise.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 78378.
Date of creation: Oct 2012
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Urban Development; Environmental Policy; Disasters; Climate Change; Pollution; Water Supply and Sanitation; Water management; Land Management & Registration; Fishery; Biodiversity; Natural Resources Management;
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