This course provides a knowledge base on accepted good practices for the effective incorporation of biodiversity into the process of Social and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). These good practices have been created to ensure that the biodiversity information included in EIAs provides a precise and adequate analysis of the impact on biodiversity, providing a basis for the development of effective mitigation measures to ensure that these impacts are handled in an appropriate manner.
The course is divided into five modules:
•Development and biodiversity;
•Good practices for biodiversity baseline data collection
•Good practices for biodiversity impact assessment
•Effective measures to mitigate impacts on biodiversity
•Biodiversity and the challenge of sustainable development.
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The Paris Agreement is now more than 5 years old, when 195 nations agreed to implement the measures needed to reduce global warming and combat the foreseeable impacts of climate change.
Since then, several initiati...
Prospects for growth in the Andean sustainable debt market
In collaboration with IFC GB-TAP, ICMA presents this webinar focusing on the sustainable bond market in the Andean region. The event will feature a keynote speech from the Inter-American Development Bank, followed by ...