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Extractive industries and sustainable development
|Statement||Andrés Liebenthal, Roland Michelitsch, Ethel Tarazona|
|Contributions||Michelitsch, Roland, Tarazona, Ethel I., 1963-, World Bank. Operations Evaluation Dept, International Finance Corporation. Operations Evaluation Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency. Operations Evaluation Unit|
|LC Classifications||HD9506.D452 L54 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2003070252|
Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries provides developing countries with a technical understanding and practical options around oil, gas, and mining sector development issues. The Agenda for Sustainable Development, which encourages governments to manage extractive industries in the best interest of the public, noted that ‘our Governments have the primary responsibility for follow-up and review, at the national, regional and global levels, in relation to the progress made in implementing the goals and targets over the coming fifteen years’.
Introduction Extractive industries are commonly viewed as having unacceptable impacts on the environment. By their very nature, these industries use energy and disturb the land in extracting the resource being developed. Sustainable development of an extracted resource is a paradoxical concept. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Source book 5 commitment to high standards of transparency and accountability in public life, government operations and in business. Beneﬁts for implementing countries are mainly realised as part of,or as an entry point to,broader efforts to improve ed governance of the.
Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development This program is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to promote the responsible development of the extractive industries sector in resource-rich developing countries and to encourage a rich dialogue about best practices from around the globe. Perrine Toledano heads the Center’s focus on extractive industries and sustainable development that she co-developed in She leads research, training and advisory projects on fiscal regimes, financial modeling, leveraging extractive industry investments in rail, port, telecommunications, water and energy infrastructure for broader development needs, local content, revenue management.
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The extractive industries have been criticised heavily for their adverse impacts and involvement in significant social and environmental scandals. More recently, these industries have sought to respond to negative perceptions and have embraced the core principles of : Hardcover.
Mining and Sustainable Development: Current Issues (Routledge Studies of the Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development) - Kindle edition by Lodhia, Sumit. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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About the Series This series includes a wide range of inter-disciplinary approaches to the extractive industries and sustainable development, integrating perspectives from both social and natural sciences. It includes textbooks, research monographs and.
Extractive Industries: The Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development explores the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using oil, gas, and mining to achieve inclusive change. While resource wealth can yield prosperity it can also. The taxation of extractive industries exploiting oil, gas, or minerals is usually treated as a sovereign, national policy and administration issue.
This book offers a uniquely comprehensive overview of the theory and practice involved in designing policies on the international aspects of fiscal regimes for these industries, with a particular Brand: Routledge. Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development An Evaluation of EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.
Extractive industries Sustainable development Evaluation. and. 7 1. 2 The World Bank: IFC. The. 5 From Economic Benefits to. The book provides a systematic examination of the legal, fiscal and institutional frameworks for the commercial development of petroleum and solid mineral resources in Africa.
First, it considers the values, assumptions, and guiding principles underpinning legislation and governance in Africa’s extractive sector. Session IV - Beyond the Contract and Contracting Parties: the Integration of Extractive Industry Investments into Local Communities and the Regional Economy I.
Problematique Many large extractive industry (EI) projects take place in poor regions with many development needs but also vast development Size: KB.
Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries provides developing countries with a technical understanding and practical options around oil, gas, and mining sector development by: The Extractive Industries and Society is the one journal devoted to disseminating in-depth analysis of the socio-economic and environmental impacts The Extractive Industries and Society is the one journal devoted to disseminating in-depth analysis of the socio-economic and environmental impacts of mining and oil and gas production on societies.
The management's response to the Extractive Industries Review (EIR) and accompanying evaluations signaled a critical turning point in the World Bank Group's (WBG's) engagement in the sector, which had hitherto focused primarily on exploration and development activities, sector policy reform, and commercialization of state-owned enterprises.
Over a decade ago the major mining companies embraced the concept of sustainable and equitable development and embarked on an explicit process of reform - but has the industry actually changed. This book explores the dynamics of change-making for sustainable development in the resources sector, specifically the mining of mineral and energy by: ExtractivE industriEs for sustainablE dEvElopmEnt Empowered lives.
Resilient nations. DEVELOPMENT AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES Natural resources—oil, gas and minerals—have been contributing to human development in many countries.
However, many resource-dependent countries are also. Extractive Industries: The Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development explores the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using oil, gas, and mining to achieve inclusive change.
This book is about the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using their extractive industries (oil and gas and mining) to achieve inclusive and sustainable development. While resource wealth can yield prosperity, it can also cause acute social inequality, deep poverty, environmental damage, and political instability.
Mega investments in the extractive industries – including oil, gas, and mining – have the potential to be a springboard for development in many low- and middle-income countries, through major tax revenues, technology transfer, infrastructure development, employment and capacity building.
Extractive industries. UNDP supports over 50 countries globally to maximize economic and social benefits and implement environmental and social safeguards in the extractive sector, in line with UNDP’s Strategy for Supporting Sustainable and Equitable Management of the Extractive Industries.
from Part III - Trade, Investment, and Sustainable Development By Sara L. Seck Edited by Shawkat Alam, Sumudu Atapattu, Carmen G. Gonzalez, Jona Razzaque, University of Cited by: 1. I spent the last couple of days at a fascinating workshop at UNU-WIDER on the role of extractive industries in Addison, UNU-WIDER Chief Economist-Deputy Director, and Alan Roe, UNU-WIDER Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow and Oxford Policy Management Associate are pulling together a comprehensive new book on the topic, including chapters on just about every.
Oil, gas, and mining: a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries (English) Abstract. This new sourcebook admirably illuminates the spectrum of integrated policy interventions necessary to transform natural resource wealth into sustainable development, ranging from the allocation of resource extraction rights to the use and distribution Cited by: This working paper series is produced by the Oil, Gas, and Mining Policy Division of the World Bank.
The unit serves as a global technical adviser that supports sustainable development by building capacity and providing extractive industry sector-related advisory services to .governance framework in the sector and what factors could explain the lack of a sustainable development path.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) has taken steps to enhance the efforts to develop sustainable models for the extractive industry. With this publication ‘Extractives and SustainableFile Size: 1MB.