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E796: Philippines - Laguna de Bay Institutional Strengthening and Community Participation Project : environmental assessment

These environmental guidelines, and social safeguard policy framework are developed to ensure that selected subprojects to be financed under the Laguna de Bay Institutional Strengthening and Community Participation Project (LISCOP), are designed to benefit Laguna de Bay watershed, and, to identify any environmental adversity, and implement mitigation measures as part of the subprojects. At the micro-watershed planning stage, subprojects should be identified, subjected to an environmental impact assessment, and in compliance with the environmental review process within set institutional frameworks; concurrently, eco-profiles and watershed capacity studies should be prepared by consultants, ensuring a participatory process. Additionally, a feasibility study will include environmental impacts of subprojects, and an environmental management plan (EMP) will be developed, based on pre-approved guidelines. At the subproject appraisal stage, a first level screening should ensure appropriate requirements are met to then reach the second level screening included in the EMP evaluation. Detailed engineering designs, and bidding documents will include compliance with the EMP. Monitoring criteria will be in place to verify compliance to the EMP.

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