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  1. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012

    The Dominican Republic-Central American
    Free Trade Agreement with the United States aims to create a
    free trade zone for economic development. The Agreement is
    expected to intensify commerce and investment among the
    participating countries. This paper analyzes the changes in
    the production and trading patterns in 2-digit manufacturing
    sectors with the goal of understanding the short-term
    environmental implications of the Dominican Republic-Central

  2. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012

    The country water resources assistance
    strategy for Zambia provides an analysis of the role of
    water in the economy and identifies the specific challenges,
    development opportunities and policies which inform an
    agreed framework for priority areas of assistance. Zambia
    lies entirely within the catchments of the Zambezi and Congo
    rivers and all internal runoff is shared by downstream and
    parallel riparian countries. This strategic geographic

  3. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012
    África, África occidental

    The West African Mineral Sector
    Strategic Assessment (WAMSSA) is a strategic environmental
    and social assessment intended to identify policy,
    institutional, and regulatory adjustments required to
    integrate environmental and social considerations into
    mineral sector development in Africa. The study focused on
    three Mano River Union (MRU) countries, Guinea, Liberia, and
    Sierra Leone, all categorized as mineral-rich countries

  4. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012
    República Democrática del Congo

    The study presents an analysis of the
    situation of the Pygmies in Democratic Republic of Congo
    (DRC), including their history and relations with the other,
    mainly Bantu, populations. It provides a brief description
    of their lifestyle, their socioeconomic status, and a
    participatory diagnosis of the key factors that lead to
    their current impoverishment and marginalization. The study
    discusses the rationale for protecting Pygmy culture and

  5. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012

    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

  6. Library Resource
    Agosto, 2012

    Tourism is one of Latin America's
    fastest growing industries, outranking remittances and even
    drugs in many countries as a source of foreign exchange. But
    the impact of tourism on the poor and on the environment
    remains under debate. Certainly many suspect that tourism
    does more harm than good, damaging the environment and
    leaving the poor worse off while shipping profits overseas.
    But few have actually analyzed the impact of tourism on the

  7. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2012
    Sierra Leona

    Seven years out of brutal conflict,
    Sierra Leone is now a peaceful and stable country. Yet, its
    strides toward economic recovery and competitiveness have
    been modest even in sectors such as tourism, which used to
    be a major generator of foreign exchange revenues prior to
    the conflict. This paper presents a cluster-based analysis
    of the tourism sector in Sierra Leone. The analysis shows
    that tourism in Sierra Leone draws entirely on basic factor

  8. Library Resource
    Mayo, 2012

    The analysis of the cost of
    environmental degradation conducted as part of the country
    environmental analysis (CEA) shows that the most costly
    problems associated with environmental degradation are urban
    and indoor air pollution; inadequate water supply,
    sanitation, and hygiene; natural disasters (such as flooding
    and landslides); and land degradation. The burden of these
    costs falls most heavily on vulnerable segments of the

  9. Library Resource
    Junio, 2012

    This study estimates the contribution of
    nature-based tourism in Zambia to economic growth and
    poverty reduction as well as to the sustainability of the
    management of the wildlife estate. The Zambian Government
    has identified tourism along with agriculture, mining and
    manufacturing as the most important sectors for economic
    development in its various planning documents, including the
    2007 Fifth National Development Plan (FNDP). This report is

  10. Library Resource
    Junio, 2012

    Mozambique's continuous efforts to
    sustain economic growth and reduce poverty face a number of
    constraints including its economic and political history,
    and its geography and climatic conditions. It is widely
    accepted that future economic growth of the country will
    continue to rely on its natural resources base and,
    specifically, on sustainable use of land and water
    resources. Mozambique has plentiful land and water resources

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