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1 Sep 2019


Tajikistan: Obigarm-Nurobod Road Project–Long Bridge and Approach Roads

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September 2019

...Potential negative impacts caused by construction of the Project are expected to include pollution of the reservoir, soil erosion, clearing of vegetation, degradation of aquatic habitats, air pollution, noise, vibration and solid wastes. During the operational stage, the major environmental risks include wildlife road accidents, induced hunting/collecting due to better access to the project area, and risk of water contamination due to potential traffic accidents on the proposed bridge. Vehicle emissions, including air pollutants and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions will be higher as a result of increased traffic. In addition to the mitigation measures to address negative impacts of the Project, the EMP also includes a monitoring plan, budget and reporting mechanism and describes the roles and responsibilities of the key institutions for its implementation. However, journey lengths will also be considered in calculating net emissions compared to the no-project scenario...