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Camisea: Emerging Lessons in Development : Consolidated Report of the Ex-Im Bank Camisea Panel

By Castro de la Mata, Gonzalo, Dr.

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Title: Camisea: Emerging Lessons in Development : Consolidated Report of the Ex-Im Bank Camisea Panel  
Author: Castro de la Mata, Gonzalo, Dr.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation, International Development
Collections: Authors Community, Contemporary Reviews
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Publisher: South Peru Panel
Member Page: Gonzalo Castro de la Mata

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Castro De La Mata, D. G. (n.d.). Camisea: Emerging Lessons in Development : Consolidated Report of the Ex-Im Bank Camisea Panel. Retrieved from http://www.gejl.org/


Description
The consolidated report of the Panel is based on close to 25 individual consultancies reviewing various aspects and describes the strong macro-economic benefits of the project, the impeccable environmental standards introduced in these fragile ecosystems, and some of the remaining social challenges to ensure that benefits are spread throughout the country.

Summary
The result of an international multi-disciplinary Panel commissioned by the Ex-Im Bank of the United States analyzing the environmental, economic, and development aspects of the Camisea project in Peru.

Excerpt
After five years of work, a “picture” is emerging about exactly what Camisea has meant for Peru. The findings and lessons presented here have broad applicability within the country and elsewhere with regard to the challenges and opportunities for developing hydrocarbons responsibly in the context of fragile ecological and social environments.

 
 



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