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Environmental management plan implementation in Indonesia : a review of selected urban projects : Pelaksanaan rencana pengelolaan lingkungan hidup di Indonesia : sebuah tinjauan terhadap beberapa proyek perkotaan (巴哈萨语(印度尼西亚语))

As political and economic changes continue to dominate the Indonesian landscape, this review assesses the extent to which environmental management plans (EMPs) have been implemented in the execution and daily operations of large World Bank-funded urban development projects over the last two to five years. This note, which evaluates the effectiveness of EMPs in mitigating adverse environmental impacts and improving environmental management, is largely based on discussions and field visits to selected urban project sites in Indonesia in March and April 1999. Albeit limited, the sample yields valuable insights into environmental management and supervision of Bank-financed urban projects in Indonesia, and general trends in environmental management.


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    Unger, Heinz Fritz, Jack Nagpal, Tanvi

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    Pelaksanaan rencana pengelolaan lingkungan hidup di Indonesia : sebuah tinjauan terhadap beberapa proyek perkotaan

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