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100 1  Bank, World 
245 10 Environmental Sustainability :|bAn Evaluation of World 
       Bank Group 
264  1 Herndon :|bWorld Bank Publications,|c2008 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource (338 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Preface -- Executive 
       Summary -- The Bank Group and the Environment -- 
       Evaluation Approach -- Portfolio and Performance Overview 
       -- Principal Evaluation Findings -- Country strategies -- 
       Analytic, financing, and guarantee activities -- Need for 
       more strategic and coordinated approaches -- Partnerships 
       -- External constraints -- Internal constraints -- 
       Recommendations -- Advisory Panel Statement -- 
       Introduction -- Terms of Reference -- Overall Conclusions 
       -- Specific Recommendations -- Conclusion: A Forward-
       Looking Perspective -- Endnotes -- Management Response -- 
       Introduction -- Key Issues of Agreement and Divergence -- 
       A. Areas of agreement -- B. Areas of divergence -- 
       Conclusions -- Endnotes -- Chairperson's Summary: 
       Committee On Development Efectiveness (Code) -- Background
       -- IEG Evaluation -- Draft Management Response -- General 
       Conclusions -- Next Steps -- Glossary -- Chapter 1 The 
       Context -- Evaluation Highlights -- Introduction -- Growth,
       Poverty, and Environment -- Bank Group Involvement in the 
       Environment -- Bank Group Environment Strategies and 
       Financial Support -- Endnotes -- Chapter 2 The Evaluation 
       -- Evaluation Highlights -- Objectives and Framework -- 
       Methodological Approaches and Constraints -- Assessing 
       World Bank effectiveness -- Assessing IFC and MIGA 
       effectiveness -- Other evaluation and field inputs -- 
       Endnotes -- Chapter 3 The World Bank and the Environment -
       - Evaluation Highlights -- Introduction -- World Bank 
       Instruments -- Strategies and action plans -- National 
       Environmental Action Plans and Country Environmental 
       Strategy Papers -- Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers -- 
       Nonlending services -- Lending services -- Doing No Harm: 
       Environmental Safeguards 
505 8  Doing Good: Stewardship, Mainstreaming, Global 
       Sustainability, Partnerships, and the 2001 Strategy -- 
       Improving environmental quality: Stewardship -- 
       Mainstreaming the environment in development -- Managing 
       risks to the Regional and global commons: Global and local
       benefits -- Partnerships45 -- Thematic priorities of the 
       2001 Environment Strategy -- Poverty, livelihoods, and the
       environment -- Health and environment -- Vulnerability and
       environment -- Environmental governance -- Endnotes -- 
       Chapter 4 IFC, MIGA, and the Environment -- Evaluation 
       Highlights -- Introduction -- Assessing IFC Performance --
       Description of IFC instruments -- Volume and nature of IFC
       investments -- Volume and nature of IFC nonfinancial 
       services -- Advisory Services -- Equator Principles -- GEF
       and carbon finance projects -- "Doing no harm": Evaluating
       IFC's environmental effects in investment projects -- 
       Performance by industry sector -- Performance by Region --
       Performance in meeting project-level criteria -- 
       Enhancement of environmental and social management systems
       -- IFC's environmental work quality at appraisal and 
       supervision -- Lessons drawn from investment projects -- 
       "Doing good": Evaluating IFC's stewardship in the private 
       sector -- IFC Advisory Services -- Global sustainability-
       GEF-funded projects -- Partnership with the Equator 
       Principle FIs -- Conclusion -- Assessing MIGA Performance 
       -- MIGA guarantee portfolio -- "Doing no harm": 
       Environmental standards for guarantee projects -- 
       Performance of MIGA projects at Board approval and 
       evaluation -- Key issues at Board approval for Category B 
       projects -- Key issues at evaluation for Category B 
       projects -- "Doing good": Stewardship, environmental 
       governance, and sustainability -- Improving environmental 
       quality: Stewardship -- Promoting environmental governance
       -- Global environmental sustainability 
505 8  Partnerships with other stakeholders -- Implementation of 
       previous IEG recommendations -- Conclusions -- Endnotes --
       Chapter 5 Enhancing Bank Group Effectiveness -- Evaluation
       Highlights -- Introduction -- External Constraints on 
       Effectiveness -- Knowledge and capacity limitations -- 
       Political commitment -- Internal Constraints on 
       Effectiveness -- Knowledge and capacity constraints -- 
       Moving beyond the country and sector levels -- Authorizing
       environment -- Taking a longer-term view -- Bank 
       leadership on the environment -- Coordination within the 
       World Bank Group -- Endnotes -- Chapter 6 Conclusions and 
       Recommendations -- Conclusions -- The World Bank -- IFC --
       MIGA -- World Bank Group -- Recommendations -- Endnotes --
       Appendix A: Evaluation Methodology -- Assessing World Bank
       Group Effectiveness -- Assessing IFC Effectiveness -- IEG-
       IFC Evaluation Methodology -- IEG-IFC Environmental and 
       Social Review Template and Evaluation Questions -- 
       Environmental and Social Effects -- Ratings -- Evaluation 
       questions -- Project Screening and Appraisal, IFC's Work 
       Quality (ESHS only) -- Ratings -- Evaluation questions -- 
       Supervision, IFC's Work Quality (ESHS only) -- Ratings -- 
       Evaluation questions -- Role and Contribution, IFC's Work 
       Quality (ESHS only) -- Ratings -- Evaluation questions -- 
       ESHS Success Factors and Wider Impacts -- Cooperation with
       Consultants and Future Needs for Environmental Appraisal, 
       Monitoring, and Studies -- Assessing MIGA Effectiveness --
       IEG-MIGA Environmental, Social, Health, and Safety Review 
       Checklist -- Endnotes -- Appendix B: Relevant Findings 
       from Previous IEG Evaluations -- Previous IEG Findings 
       Regarding Environmental Assessment -- Previous IEG 
       Findings Regarding Stewardship -- Previous IEG Findings 
       Regarding Mainstreaming -- Previous IEG Findings Regarding
       Global Sustainability 
505 8  Previous IEG Findings Regarding Bank Assistance for 
       Natural Disasters -- Previous IEG Findings Regarding 
       Implementation of IEG-MIGA Recommendations on 
       Environmental and Social Aspects -- Endnotes -- Appendix C
       : Country Case Studies: Overview -- Basic Demographic and 
       Economic Characteristics -- National Wealth and Genuine 
       Savings -- Regional and Global Environmental Significance 
       -- Country Environmental Indicators -- World Bank Lending 
       Commitments and IFC Exposure -- Endnotes -- Appendix D: 
       Summary of Country Case Study Findings: Environmental 
       Priorities and Bank Support -- Endnotes -- Appendix E: 
       World Bank Environmental Projects Assessed for this 
       Evaluation -- Appendix F: Environmental Portfolio Review -
       - ENRM Portfolio Characteristics -- Environment Portfolio 
       Characteristics -- ENRM Portfolio Performance -- 
       Environment Portfolio Performance -- Performance by ENRM 
       Subtheme -- Endnotes -- Bibliography -- Back Cover 
520    This evaluation assesses the Bank Group's support for 
       environmental sustainability-in both the public and 
       private sectors-over the past 15 years. It identifies 
       several crucial constraints that need to be addressed, 
       perhaps most importantly insufficient government 
       commitment to environmental goals and weak institutional 
       capacity to deal with them. But constraints within the 
       Bank Group, including insufficient attention to longer-
       term sustainable development, must be reduced as well. The
       Bank Group needs improved systems in place-across the 
       World Bank, IFC, and MIGA-to monitor environmental 
       outcomes and to assess impacts. Better coordination among 
       the three parts of the Bank Group is also among the key 
       challenges 
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650  0 World Bank -- Developing countries -- Evaluation.;Economic
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       countries.;Sustainable development -- Developing countries
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700 1  Redwood, John 
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