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Mexico - Water Security and Resilience Project (anglais)

Information

  • Auteur

    Tavares,Luiz Claudio Martins

  • Date du document

    2018/01/18

  • Type de document

    Project Information and Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet

  • Numéro du rapport

    PIDISDSA23234

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Mexique,

  • Région

    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

  • Date de publication

    2018/01/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Mexico - Water Security and Resilience Project

  • Mots clé

    aquifer recharge;water supply and sanitation service;Independent Panel of Experts;degradation of critical natural habitats;dam safety assessment;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;management of groundwater resource;health and safety requirement;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;water quality and quantity;Occupational health and safety;efficient use of water;management of water resource;resilience to climate change;access to health service;cubic meters per second;access to social security;emergency preparedness plan;dam safety regulation;water service provision;bulk water supply;dam safety review;cost of work;drinking water supply;rate of growth;wastewater treatment plant;safety and reliability;delivery of water;civil works;pilot site;safety at work;gross fixed investment;national dam safety;fiscal deficit target;deterioration of water;water transfer scheme;public debt burden;persistent fiscal deficits;bulk water system;river basin planning;agriculture and industry;personal protective equipment;decision support system;urban water demand;water quality monitoring;law and regulation;flexible exchange rate;international financial market;negative environmental impact;detailed engineering design;fiscal policy response;macroeconomic policy framework;Oil and Gas;monetary policy framework;public sector deficit;fiscal consolidation effort;emerging market economy;annual average growth;damage to infrastructure;municipal water supply;average oil price;Oil & Gas;amount of water;average annual precipitation;Supply of Water;dam safety regulatory;technical cooperation program;safety of dam;potable water treatment;loss of biodiversity;climate change adaptation;physical cultural resources;machinery and equipment;demand for water;potential downstream effects;water distribution system;water conveyance system;evaluation of compliance;damage to health;dam safety risk;impact of land;mechanical equipment;federal government;land subsidence;human consumption;transmission line;indigenous community;indigenous communities;management capacity;outreach effort;citizen participation;Indigenous Peoples;groundwater recharge;basin management;treated wastewater;social evaluation;finance activity;rural area;safety improvement;Community Services;work contracts;evaluation procedure;storage dam;monetary poverty;cultural property;water infrastructure;groundwater well;engineering analysis;safeguard issue;consultation process;groundwater monitoring;mitigation measure;water balance;groundwater management;recharge wells;involuntary resettlement;investment cost;natural disaster;soil compaction;groundwater level;abstraction rate;groundwater withdrawal;limited information;monitoring network;metro rail;chemical product;information challenge;pumping water;resettlement impacts;energy cost;precautionary measure;water table;managerial autonomy;Traffic Signals;environmental obligations;national legislation;irreversible impacts;social impact;indigenous population;international waterway;good environmental;hygiene practice;remedial measure;efficient mechanism;infrastructure work;institutional context;consequence assessment;aquifer management;downstream areas;Water Services;natural replenishment;metropolitan area;physical integrity;natural recharge;Irrigated Agriculture;irrigation purpose;principal source;water conduit;negative effect;construction waste;staff capacity;infrastructure management;automated system;water availability;target water;water pressure;pumping plant;pilot initiatives;earthquake events;baseline data;water user;aquifer model;institutional strengthening;limited flexibility;administrative support;Consulting services;female staff;gender training;citizen engagement;knowledge exchange;international donor;Advisory services;seismic event;precipitation pattern;precipitation change;Population Growth;physical characteristic;local entities;Water Security;environmental conservation;irrigation service;broader community;integrated assessment;public entity;incentive system

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