Strengthening Policy Dialogue on Environment : Learning from Five Years of Country Environmental Analysis

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/18025
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Environment Department Papers
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Pillai, Poonam
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2014-05-22T17:15:03Z
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2014-05-22T17:15:03Z
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2008-02
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2021-04-23T14:03:34Z
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The objective of this paper is to review experience with completed country environmental analysis (CEAs) to improve the effectiveness of CEAs as a strategic analytical tool. Through in-depth analysis of the process, methodologies, costs, and results of completed CEA pilots, the paper assesses how effective CEAs have been in informing and providing strategic guidance to the Bank and client countries on environment-development issues and the extent to which they have facilitated donor coordination. The analysis carried out in this paper also provides feedback on when to prepare a CEA, how to prepare and structure CEAs, and how to use specific methodologies and processes in influencing policy dialogue with partner countries. The findings are of potential interest to World Bank sector managers, country directors, CEA task teams, and environmental staff, but also to development partners who carry out work similar to CEAs. The paper is based on a desk review of completed CEAs and on interviews with task managers and members of CEA teams. Several reports, including a fieldwork-based assessment of the Ghana, India, and Guatemala CEAs commissioned by the Environment Department; a review on Tunisia by the Quality Assurance Group (QAG); and a report commissioned by the Latin America and Caribbean Region, based on in-country assessments of completed CEAs, have also informed this study. A detailed case study analysis of each completed CEA was prepared for this exercise; it substantively informed the review and is available as a background paper. The original CEA concept note proposed that CEAs have three main building blocks: (a) establishment of environment-development priorities linked with growth and poverty reduction, (b) assessment of the environmental implications of sector policies, and (c) institutional analysis. Assessing CEAs against this building block structure, the review highlights several findings.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2008/02/9081360/strengthening-policy-dialogue-environment-learning-five-years-country-environmental-analysis
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/18384
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English
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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Environment department papers;no. 114. Institutions and governance series
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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ABATEMENT
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ABUSE
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ACCOUNTABILITY
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ACTUAL COSTS
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ADVERSE EFFECTS
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AIR POLLUTION
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AIR QUALITY
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ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES
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ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS
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AVERAGE COSTS
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BENEFIT ANALYSIS
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BIODIVERSITY
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CENTRAL AMERICA
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CITIZENS
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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CIVIL SOCIETY INSTITUTIONS
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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS
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CIVIL WAR
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CLEAN AIR
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CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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COASTAL MANAGEMENT
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COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
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COLLECTIVE ACTION
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COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
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COST SAVINGS
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CULTURAL PRACTICES
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DECENTRALIZATION
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DECISION MAKING
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DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES
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DEFORESTATION
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DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
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DEVELOPMENT POLICY
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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
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DISEASES
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DISSEMINATION
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DRINKING WATER
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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ECONOMIC PROCESSES
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ELECTRICITY
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EMISSIONS
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ENERGY CONSERVATION
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY
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ENERGY POLICIES
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ENERGY PRICE
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ENERGY SAVINGS
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ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY
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ENVIRONMENTAL
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ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING
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ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION
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ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PLAN
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ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
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ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMISTS
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ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE
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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS
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ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTIONS
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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
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ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA
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ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
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ENVIRONMENTAL OUTCOMES
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ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
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ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
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ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
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ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS
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ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
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ETHNIC GROUPS
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EXISTING RESOURCES
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EXTERNALITIES
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FIELD VISITS
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FINANCIAL RESOURCES
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FISHERIES
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FLOW OF INFORMATION
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FOOD SECURITY
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FORESTRY
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FUEL
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FUEL OIL
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GAS FLARING
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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY
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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
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GLOBAL WARMING
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GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
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GOVERNMENT CAPACITY
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GREENHOUSE
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GREENHOUSE GAS
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GREENHOUSE GASES
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GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
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HEALTH IMPACT
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HEALTH RISKS
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HEALTHY LIFE
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HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
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HOUSING
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HUMAN CAPITAL
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ILLNESS
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INCENTIVE STRUCTURES
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INCOME
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INDOOR AIR POLLUTION
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
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INVESTMENT SPENDING
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LAND DEGRADATION
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LAND RESOURCES
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LAND USE
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LAWS
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LEGAL MEASURES
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT
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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
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LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY
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MANDATES
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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
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MORTALITY
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MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE
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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
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NATURAL ASSETS
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NATURAL CAPITAL
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NATURAL DISASTERS
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NATURAL GAS
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NATURAL RESOURCE
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NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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NET SAVINGS
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OIL
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OIL PRODUCTION
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OIL SECTOR
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POLICY ANALYSIS
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POLICY DIALOGUE
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POLICY MAKERS
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POLICY PROCESS
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POLITICAL ECONOMY
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POLITICAL POWER
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POLLUTANTS
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POLLUTION
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POLLUTION CONTROL
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POVERTY REDUCTION
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POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY
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POWER RELATIONS
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PRODUCERS
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PRODUCTIVITY
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PROVINCIAL AUTHORITIES
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PUBLIC EXPENDITURES
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PUBLIC GOODS
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
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PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS
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QUALITY ASSURANCE
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RATE OF GROWTH
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
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RESOURCE CONSERVATION
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RESOURCE FLOWS
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RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
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RESPECT
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SANITATION
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SAVINGS
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SAVINGS PROGRAMS
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SOIL DEGRADATION
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SOLID WASTE
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SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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TRUST FUNDS
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URBAN AIR POLLUTION
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URBAN AREAS
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URBAN ENVIRONMENT
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USE OF RESOURCES
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VULNERABILITY
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WASTE MANAGEMENT
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WATER POLLUTION
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WATER QUALITY
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WATER RESOURCES
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WATER SUPPLY
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WATERSHED
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Strengthening Policy Dialogue on Environment : Learning from Five Years of Country Environmental Analysis
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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Publications & Research
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2008/02/9081360/strengthening-policy-dialogue-environment-learning-five-years-country-environmental-analysis
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Environment and Natural Resources
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Energy and Extractives
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Finance and Markets
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Health, Nutrition, and Population
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000333038_20080317013929
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9081360
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42821
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Population Policies
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Environment :: Environmental Governance
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Banks and Banking Reform
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Environmental Economics and Policies
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Environment :: Environment and Energy Efficiency
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Finance and Financial Sector Development
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Climate Policy & Finance (CPF)
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