EIA

EIA for Second Road Improvement Project

Published Date: 
05/1996

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Second Road Improvement Project in Viet Nam, of which this Report is a summary, was carried out between March and November 1995. The Project scope is improvement of Highway 1A between the border of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), near Lang Son City, and Hanoi (km 168).

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O Mon IV Thermal Power Project

Published Date: 
01/2011

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has received a request to support the development of the O Mon IV Thermal Power Project (the Project) in Can Tho, Viet Nam. The Project will develop a 750 megawatt (MW) combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant, and will be one of four (and possibly five) power plants constructed at the O Mon Thermal Power Complex (e.g. O Mon I to V). KfW Bankengruppe (KfW) and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) are considering co-financing the Project.

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Support to Harmonization of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) under the Hanoi Core Statement on Aid Effectiveness

Published Date: 
01/2008

The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (March 2005) and the subsequent localized version of the Paris Declaration, the Hanoi Core Statement (HCS) were developed and endorsed in 2005. The HCS is being implemented through the Partnership Group on Aid Effectiveness (PGAE), which was created in 2003 as the forum for GOV / donor dialogue on harmonization and alignment issues. In February 2006, eight Thematic Groups (TGs) were created under the PGAE to support implementation of the HCS.

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EIA: Hanoi-Haiphong Expressway Project

Published Date: 
11/2007

Economic triangle Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh lies in the centre of North main point economic region which has been step by step risen strongly to determine the importance in the economic development of the region. With the development of centralised industrial zones in Hanoi, Hai Phong, Quang ninh and the new industrial zones along the Highway 5, it shall be the driving force for Northern region’s economic development.

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EIA: Ca Mau 2 power plant project

Published Date: 
01/2006

Ca Mau Power Plant sited into Ca Mau – Gas – Power – Fertilizer Project was approved to build at Khanh An commune, U Minh district, Ca Mau province by the Government in October, 2001. The project is invested by Petrovietnam and is directly managed by Ca Mau Gas – Power – Fertilizer Project Management Board (CPMB).

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Pak Mun Dam Mekong River Basin

Published Date: 
11/2000

The Pak Mun report is one of 8 case studies undertaken world-wide with a common methodology and approach that sought to inform the Commission on the performance and the development effectiveness of large dams. This case study concerns the Pak Mun Hydropower project, a run-of-theriver dam located near the confluence of the Mun and the Mekong River in the Northeast region of Thailand.

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Executive Summar: Strengthening the EIA Process in Thailand

Published Date: 
05/1997

Thailand’s environmental impact assessment (EIA) process for development projects has been evaluated with the purpose of identifying shortfalls and actions to strengthen the process. The project was timely in that the country expects a surge of development in its natural and human resource sectors in the decades ahead.

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Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC) EIA: Organisational, Program and Field Activities

Published Date: 
01/2012

The Thailand Burma Border Consortium (TBBC) provides fuel for cooking, food and shelter material to over 140,000 refugees in nine Burmese refugee camps in Thailand. A rapid environmental impact assessment (EIA) of TBBC’s program and activities was conducted by an external consultant in response to a request by one its donor agencies, Swedish International Development Agency (Sida). The assessment was carried out in line with Sida’s Guidelines for the Review of EIA - Humanitarian Assistance.

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EIA: Red Line Mass Transit Project

Published Date: 
08/2008

This report is EIA study of Detailed Design of red line Mass Transit Project (Bang Sue-Rangsit Section) which is an additional study and review the previous project (Study and Detailed Design for North-Bound Train System in Bangkok (Bang Sue-Rangsit) and Bang Sue Train Station) which was studied by Thai Engineering Consultants, Ltd. in 2005. In the previous project, 5 stations had been designed which were Bang Sue station, Bang Kaen station, Laksi station, Don Muang Station and Rangsit station and were approved by ONEP on June 20, 2005.

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EIA of Power Development Project: Lessons from Thailand Experiences

Published Date: 
05/2011

Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is an important part of environmental and public health regulations. Increasing demand of electric consumption in Thailand is a major challenge for authorities trying to ensure satisfactory supply. However, the adverse impacts of development projects are powerful public concerns. Preparations of adequate EIA reports contribute to enhancing overall effectiveness of the EIA process.

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