[Draft] Environmental impact assessment for feasibility study of Lower Sesan 2 hydropower project, Stung Treng province, Cambodia
Published by: Open Development Cambodia
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|Document type||Environmental Impact Assessment|
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|Disclosure Mode||Released by local non-governmental organizations (LNGOs)|
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Metadata last updated on 2018-08-03. For inquiries contact: Open Development Cambodia, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: http://www.opendevcam.net Address: 43 St. 208, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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|Contract term unit||Years|
|Job creation summary||
It will need a peak workforce of 3000 people during the four years of construction period.
|Number of created jobs||3000.0|
|Environmental protection obligation||
The company has obligations to mitigate the environmental impact of its project implementation to the maximum. The encroachment to the forest/habitat and hunting of the wildlife are strictly banned. Appropriated mean to maintain fish and other aquatic life re-appearance as existing by creating fish research center. Regularly control the water quality in the reservoir to avoid adverse effect.
Appropriate training course or new skilled and income restoration shall be provided to the local people (boat operators and fishermen). The compensation can be provided in strengthening livelihood program such as new career capacity building, small business fund providing, agricultural support programs.
|Environmental fund summary||
The annual environmental fund is proposed USD 0.5 million and it will be paid yearly to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Administration of Royal Government of Cambodia to compensate to the forest and wildlife habitat lost by the project. The MoE and FA will use this fund to support forest and wildlife conservation program in the area. This payment is applied to the whole project operation.
|Legacy reference document||Draft_EIA_Lower_Sesan_2__01.10.2008.pdf|
|Open Contracting Identifier||ocds-miumsd-a3fb3508-0270-4249-bdcb-e57d357bc9cc|
|Date uploaded||April 10, 2019, 09:35 (UTC)|
|Date modified||October 5, 2022, 07:11 (UTC)|