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Sri Lanka - Metro Colombo Urban Development Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 15) : Social management framework (英语)

The Metro Colombo Urban Development Project is to be carried out in two stages - stages one and two. Stage one investments are those interventions identified as being structurally straight forward and considered urgent and having less complex environmental and social issues. Stage two investments conversely are not ready for implementation and will require greater preparatory work before design details are finalized including confirmation through a detail hydrological modeling assessment. Negative impacts include: dust, air pollution, noise and vibration, solid waste, soil erosion, traffic congestion, and safety. Mitigation measures include: 1) regular watering of roads for dust suppression in urban, residential areas and in areas with sensitive receptors; 2) all construction machines and vehicles should meet the standard on emissions and have passed the emission test, and no burning of wastes on site; 3) apply appropriate schedule to avoid any works that may cause noise and vibration during 10 pm - 6 am. Any nighttime activities should be done using noise reducing means or low noise technologies; 4) travel route for construction vehicles should be designed to avoid areas of congestion; and 5) appropriate safety equipment, tools and protective clothing should be provided to the workers and ensured that safe working methods are applied.

详细

  • 文件日期

    2012/01/26

  • 文件类型

    环境评价

  • 报告号

    E2886

  • 卷号

    15

  • Total Volume(s)

    16 (参阅所有文档系列)

  • 国家

    斯里兰卡,

  • 地区

    南亚,

  • 发布日期

    2012/02/06

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Social management framework

  • 关键词

    involuntary resettlement;legal and regulatory framework;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;Flood Control and Drainage;solid waste management strategy;Environmental and Social Safeguard;external monitoring and evaluation;water supply and sanitation;health and safety issue;loss of income;social and environmental;payment of compensation;land acquisition process;civil works;solid waste collection;acquisition of equipment;project affected persons;compensation for land;social safeguard policy;Social Impact Assessment;private land;question of law;compensation at replacement;block of water;policy and institution;flood prone area;independent third party;building local capacity;service and infrastructure;service delivery improvement;flood retention area;flood control measure;private toilet facilities;loss of habitat;compensation for damage;access to school;school going child;women headed household;community base;places of worship;loss of land;grievance redress mechanism;claim for compensation;resettlement and rehabilitation;storm water drainage;resettlement action plan;flood management system;construction of school;flood mitigation measure;court of appeal;future cash flow;informal settlement;legal framework;replacement cost;vulnerable household;resettlement sites;social screening;displaced person;social inclusion;drainage management;special provision;urban regeneration;state land;flood risk;focus group;clear title;resettlement assistance;impact survey;canal bank;income restoration;sample survey;community facility;land owner;infrastructure work;local infrastructure;secondary canal;metropolitan planning;guiding principles;canal system;fixed asset;mitigation plans;urban roads;main canals;social accountability;sample format;drainage infrastructure;resettlement issue;national policy;sample household;cultural property;affected households;income assistance;sustainable management;legal title;vulnerable group;Fixed Assets;built structure;productive land;encroached land;road improvement;income substitution;quality improvement;income source;sanitation facility;Public Infrastructure;social system;physical infrastructure;Safeguard Policies;land parcel;legal proceeding;business loss;compensation procedure;participation process;Host Communities;safeguards compliance;property loss;ownership status;management framework;applicable law;legislative enactment;equal access;gender equity;land title;land administration;private landowner;open market;separate entity;authorized personnel;resettlement impacts;legal provision;agricultural land;metropolitan area;youth employment;public toilet;informal sector;unskilled laborer;cultural facilities;squatter families;market rate;natural reserve;impervious surface;drainage system;lake development;sand bars;municipal area;zone development;urban region;squatter settlement;reduction measure;green area;heavy rain;infrastructure rehabilitation;capacity enhancement;rainfall frequency;capital fund;drainage work;technical standard;business system;construction supervision;urban flood;resettlement strategy;citizen involvement;resettlement process;monitoring indicator;resettlement program;Urban Infrastructure;aesthetic quality;water bodies;preparatory work;Public Transport;sewerage system;environmental issue;natural drainage;income opportunity;informed consent;institutional mechanism;integrate water;conveyance capacity;public consultation;community group;storage capacity;hydrological model;civil society;public space;construction work;legal owner;sinking fund;Mental disabilities;social status;community properties;local demand;perennial crop;waste dumping;movable asset;transaction cost;project sponsor;moving expense;cash allowances;institutional strengthening;vulnerable family;policy requirement;organizational procedures;stakeholder consultation;community participation;socio-economic survey;fruit tree;wood lot;asset inventory;physical characteristic;municipal road;positive impact;formal ownership;lump sum;equal wage;secure tenure

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