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International Environmental Oversight: U.S. Agencies Follow Certain Procedures Required by Law, but Have Limited Impact
Thomas Melito (au)
The World Bank Group lends about $40 billion annually to developing countries. Critics have claimed that some projects have harmed the environment and the local population. Title XIII of the International Financial Institutions Act of 1977 outlines in part the U.S. governmentís requirements for reviewing potential environmental and social impacts of proposed multilateral devít. bank projects. This report assesses the U.S. governmentís international environmental oversight efforts by examining: (1) how U.S. agencies implement legislative requirements to review the potential environmental concerns associated with proposed World Bank Group projects; and (2) agencies' ability to identify and address these concerns. Illustrations.
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