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Morocco : Cost Assessment of Environmental Degradation

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COST CONTROL WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION REPLACEMENT COSTS AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AGRICULTURAL LAND DAMAGE WATER POLLUTION HEALTH ASPECTS SOIL DEGRADATION DEFORESTATION FOREST MANAGEMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION WASTE DISPOSAL COSTS WASTE DISPOSAL IN RIVERS & LAKES WASTE DISPOSAL IN GROUND WASTE DISPOSAL INTO SOIL WASTE DISPOSAL INTO ATMOSPHERE ACCIDENTAL POLLUTION ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AIR POLLUTANTS AIR POLLUTION AIR QUALITY AIR QUALITY DEGRADATION AQUIFERS BASINS BIODIVERSITY CARBON CARBON DIOXIDE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES CHILD MORTALITY CHROMIUM CIVIL SOCIETY CLEANER PRODUCTION CLIMATE CHANGE COASTAL AREAS COASTAL ZONES COD COMBUSTION COMMUNITY ACTION COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONTINGENT VALUATION CONTINGENT VALUATION METHOD COPPER CROP ROTATION DEATHS DEBT DEFORESTATION DIESEL DISCHARGE DOWNSTREAM FLOWS DRINKING WATER ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC SITUATION ECONOMIC VALUE ECOSYSTEM EMISSIONS ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES EPIDEMIOLOGY EQUILIBRIUM EVAPOTRANSPIRATION EXCHANGE RATE FACTORIES FAMILIES FARMERS FERTILIZERS FISHING GROUNDWATER HAZARDOUS WASTE HEALTH CONDITIONS HEALTH PROBLEMS HEAVY METALS HEDONIC PRICE HIGH WATER HOSPITAL WASTE HYGIENE INDOOR AIR INDOOR AIR POLLUTION INDUSTRIAL WASTE INDUSTRIAL WASTES INFECTIOUS DISEASES INTERVENTION IRREVERSIBILITY LAKES LAND DEGRADATION LAWS LEGISLATION LIFE EXPECTANCY LIVING CONDITIONS MALNUTRITION MIGRATION MINES MORBIDITY MORTALITY MPS NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS NATURAL RESOURCES NITROGEN NON-USE VALUES OIL OXYGEN PARTICULATE MATTER PESTICIDES PHOSPHATE POLLUTANTS POLLUTION POLLUTION CONTROL POLLUTION REDUCTION POPULATION GROWTH POTABLE WATER POVERTY ALLEVIATION PRECIPITATION PREMATURE DEATH PREMATURE MORTALITY PROGRAMS PUBLIC HEALTH PUMPING QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF WATER RESPIRATORY ILLNESS RESPIRATORY ILLNESSES RIVERS SALINITY SCIENCES SEA SEA WATER SEDIMENTS SOCIAL SERVICES SOIL DEGRADATION SOIL EROSION SOIL PRODUCTIVITY SOILS STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT SULFUR SULFUR DIOXIDE SURFACE WATER SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TOXIC SUBSTANCES TRAVEL COST METHOD URBAN AIR POLLUTION URBAN POLLUTION USE VALUE VICTIMS WASTE WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE TREATMENT WASTEWATER WATER DEMAND WATER FLOWS WATER LEVELS WATER POLLUTION WATER QUALITY WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION WATER RESOURCES WATER SCARCITY WATER SHORTAGE WATER SHORTAGES WATERFLOW WATERS WATERSHED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT WILLINGNESS TO ACCEPT WILLINGNESS TO PAY WTP ZINC AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COST CONTROL WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION REPLACEMENT COSTS AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AGRICULTURAL LAND DAMAGE WATER POLLUTION HEALTH ASPECTS SOIL DEGRADATION DEFORESTATION FOREST MANAGEMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION WASTE DISPOSAL COSTS WASTE DISPOSAL IN RIVERS & LAKES WASTE DISPOSAL IN GROUND WASTE DISPOSAL INTO SOIL WASTE DISPOSAL INTO ATMOSPHERE
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Morocco
2013-07-09T16:02:20Z | 2013-07-09T16:02:20Z | 2003-06-30

This report is the first step in a process toward using environmental damage cost assessments for priority setting and as an instrument for integrating environmental issues into economic and social development. The report provides estimates of damage cost for several areas of the environment: air, water, land and forests, and waste disposal. The estimates should be considered as orders of magnitude and a range is provided to indicate the level of uncertainty. As areas of priority are identified, further analysis will be required for more accurate estimates. Due to data limitations, the damage cost of environmental degradation has not been estimated in several areas: industrial, hazardous, and hospital waste disposal; unsanitary landfills; degradation of natural ecosystems and biodiversity; and groundwater resource degradation and over-extraction. In addition and due to the complexity of the problem, the report only partially captures damage resulting from soil degradation. The report points t the need to further assess and quantify current and potential future damage costs related to those impacts.

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