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Algeria : National Environmental Action Plan for Sustainable Development

ABATEMENT ADAPTATION AIR AIR POLLUTION AIR QUALITY AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CHEMICAL INPUTS CLEAN FUELS CLIMATE COASTAL AREAS COASTAL RESOURCES COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONSERVATION CONVENTIONAL TILLAGE DEFORESTATION DEREGULATION DISASTERS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT EFFICIENT USE ELECTRICITY EMISSIONS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PLAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGES ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES EXCHANGE RATE EXERCISES EXPENDITURES EXTERNALITIES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FISHERIES FOREST MANAGEMENT FUELS GASES GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT GNP GROUNDWATER HAZARDOUS WASTE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT HUMAN HEALTH ILLITERACY IMPROVED LAND MANAGEMENT INCENTIVE SYSTEMS INCINERATION INCOME INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION INDUSTRIAL SOURCES INFORMATION DISSEMINATION IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LAND DEGRADATION LAND TENURE LAND USE LAND USE PLANNING LAWS LEGISLATION LIFE EXPECTANCY LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION MIGRATION MORTALITY NATURAL CAPITAL NATURAL DISASTERS NATURAL GAS NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS OIL OIL PRICES OZONE PARTNERSHIP POLICY DECISIONS POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLITICAL ECONOMY POLLUTION POLLUTION ABATEMENT POLLUTION CONTROL POLLUTION PREVENTION POPULATION GROWTH PRIVATE SECTOR PRODUCERS PRODUCTIVITY PROTECTED AREAS PUBLIC GOODS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC SECTOR QUALITY OF LIFE RAINFALL RANGELANDS RECYCLING RESOURCE USE SERVICE DELIVERY SEVERE ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL MOISTURE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS UTILITIES VARIABLE RAINFALL WASTE WASTEWATER WATER CONSERVATION WATER QUALITY WATER SUPPLY WATERSHED WELFARE LOSS WILLINGNESS TO PAY ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PLANS SECTORAL ASSESSMENT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT POLICY ANALYSIS INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK CONSENSUS APPROACH ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT SECTORAL POLICY ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION SOCIAL COSTS INVESTMENTS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS DONOR COORDINATION COUNTRY ASSISTANCE STRATEGY WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION WASTEWATER TREATMENT URBAN DEVELOPMENT RURAL DEVELOPMENT NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT GOVERNANCE CAPACITY PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT WATER MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIPS CAPACITY BUILDING
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Algeria
2013-08-26T22:18:50Z | 2013-08-26T22:18:50Z | 2002-06-28

This staff sector assessment note accompanies the recently completed national environmental action plan for sustainable development (NEAP-SD), which, as an output of the Industrial Pollution Control Project in Algeria, focused on charting a new course for environmental management in the country, based on an objective assessment of past policy, and institutional failures, on a new consensus on the need for mainstreaming the environment into economic management, and sectoral policies, and, on the implementation of a priority action plan, fully integrated with the government three-year economic revival program. The social cost of environmental degradation is already quite significant, and will continue to increase if policies, institutional, and investment measures are not provided. The NEAP-SD serves as a vehicle for building bridges with non-governmental organizations, and donors, and enhance the prospects for improved coordination, as well as helping inform the ongoing process of Country Assistance Strategy (CAS). Recommendations suggest the use of high impact strategic lending, with contributions supporting water and wastewater, urban, and rural development, including natural resource management, incorporating environmental objectives, but focused on fundamental challenges that address public sector efficiency and governance, private sector development, and water management, through partnerships focused on flexible responsiveness, in an approach to integrate the environment into the Bank's instruments, building capacity, and strengthening environmental, and institutional assistance.

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