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Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan - Country Environmental Analysis

ABATEMENT ABATEMENT COSTS ABATEMENT STRATEGIES ACCEPTABLE QUALITY ACCESS TO DATA ACCESS TO INFORMATION AIR AIR EMISSION AIR EMISSIONS AIR POLLUTANTS AIR POLLUTION AIR QUALITY AIR QUALITY STANDARDS AIR TRANSPORT AIR WATER ANNUAL PRECIPITATION AQUIFERS ARABLE LAND AUDITS AVAILABLE WATER AVAILABLE WATER RESOURCES AVERAGE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION BASINS BENEFIT ANALYSIS BOD BUS CAPACITY BUILDING CAR CAR SALES CARS CERTIFICATION CLEANER FUELS CLIMATE CHANGE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK CONGESTION CONGESTION REDUCTION CONGESTION REDUCTION BENEFITS CONSERVATION OF NATURE CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENT VALUATION COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS COST SAVINGS COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS DECISION MAKING DIESEL DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER SUPPLY DRIVING ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFLUENTS EMISSION EMISSION FACTORS EMISSION REDUCTION EMISSION STANDARDS EMISSIONS EMISSIONS FROM AIRCRAFT EMISSIONS FROM ROAD EMISSIONS FROM ROAD TRANSPORT EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENFORCEMENT OF STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY EXPLOITATION EXTERNAL COSTS FARES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FREIGHT FREIGHT TRANSPORT FUEL FUEL CONSUMPTION FUEL OIL FUEL QUALITY FUEL TAXATION FUEL USE FUELS GAS GASOLINE GROUNDWATER GROUNDWATER ABSTRACTION GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT GROUNDWATER MINING GROUNDWATER RESOURCES GROUNDWATER USE HAZARDOUS WASTES HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES HEAVY METALS INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS INDUSTRIAL EMISSIONS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT INSPECTION IRRIGATION WATER LAND DEGRADATION LAND TRANSPORT LAND USE LARGE URBAN AREAS MANAGEMENT OF WATER MARGINAL ABATEMENT METEOROLOGICAL STATIONS MICRO ENTERPRISES MILEAGE MINES MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT MUNICIPAL WASTE MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER NATURAL RESOURCES NOISE OIL OPPORTUNITY COSTS OVERGRAZING PASSENGERS PASSENGERS PER VEHICLE POLICY MAKERS POLLUTANT EMISSIONS POLLUTERS POLLUTION POLLUTION ABATEMENT POLLUTION CONTROL POLLUTION DAMAGE POLLUTION PREVENTION POPULATION GROWTH POTABLE WATER POWER GENERATION PRODUCTION COSTS PRODUCTION PROCESS PRODUCTION PROCESSES PROTECTED AREAS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORT VEHICLES PUBLIC WORKS PUMPING QUALITY STANDARDS RAIL RAILWAY RAILWAYS REDUCING EMISSIONS RENEWABLE GROUNDWATER RESOURCES RESOURCE USE RIDERSHIP ROAD ROAD CHARGING ROAD TRAFFIC ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD TRANSPORT EMISSIONS SANITATION SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT STATIONARY SOURCES SUPPLY OF WATER SURFACE WATER SURFACE WATER RESOURCES SUSPENDED SOLIDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TAX TOLL TOXIC SUBSTANCES TRADEOFFS TRAFFIC MODELS TRANSIT TRANSPORT AIR EMISSIONS TRANSPORT EMISSIONS TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT POLICIES TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORT STRATEGY TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM VEHICLE VEHICLE FLEET VEHICLES VEHICULAR TRAFFIC WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE WATER WASTEWATER WASTEWATER REUSE WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER AVAILABILITY WATER LAW WATER POLICIES WATER POLICY WATER POLLUTION WATER QUALITY WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT WATER QUALITY MONITORING WATER QUALITY OBJECTIVES WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS WATER QUANTITY WATER RIGHTS WATER SAVINGS WATER SCARCITY WATER SECTOR WATER SHORTAGE WATER STRATEGY WATER SUPPLY WATER TABLE WATER USE WELLS WILLINGNESS TO PAY WTP
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World Bank
Middle East and North Africa | Jordan
2012-03-19T17:26:43Z | 2012-03-19T17:26:43Z | 2009-08-18

Jordan is a small, middle-income, open economy, with a limited natural resources base and active trade flows. As the integration of Jordan in the World Economy progresses, enhancing Jordan's environmental management can not only improve the wellbeing of Jordanians, but also enable the country to better compete in increasingly environmentally conscious markets. To date there has not yet been a comprehensive assessment of Jordan's environmental agenda, particularly in terms of providing indications on how to integrate long-term environmental concerns into the development process. Striking a balance between breadth and depth of the analysis, this report intends to help fill such a gap and to provide insights that can inform the dialogue between the World Bank and the Government of Jordan on a selected number of areas of particular relevance for continued sustainable economic and social development. The report has been prepared by a World Bank team that has worked in full partnership and cooperation with a Jordanian team, led by the Ministry of Environment, and representing a broad cross-section of Government institutions. To achieve its core objectives of identifying key strategic priorities for improved environmental policy across sectoral boundaries, the Country Environmental Analysis (CEA) analyzes sequentially the country's key environmental concerns and their relative priority; the linkages between development and environmental pressure in selected themes or sectors (water quality, road transport), and the capacity of Jordan's institutions to reconcile development and growth objectives. Most of the data and information used for the report have been collected in the period 2007-2008, although efforts have been made to take into account selected a key developments in relevant policies occurred since then.

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