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As we were watching in awe how large container ships were guided through the Miraflores locks of the Panama Canal, I wondered if the tourists around us were aware of the on-going expansion of the Panama Canal, co-financed by IFC, ADC, IADB, EIB and JBIC, and the emerging
EPs are financial industry benchmark for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in projects. Have EPs come a long way or are you, like BankTrack, underwhelmed?
Equator Banks have approved a major update to the Equator Principles, referred to as EPIII. It has extended its scope to project-related corporate loans and bridge loans. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-xl (more…)
Prizma is pleased to be invited by
To learn more about Prizma, please access its latest newsletter here (PDF, 501 KB). Articles highlight recent assignments: Biodiversity Management Strategy & Plan for Kumtor Gold Mine; Sustainability Reporting for Lucara Diamond Corp.; Training Community Relations Officers from Mongolia, Turkey and Kyrgyzstan; and Gold Reserve's update about its ICSID Arbitration case.
Mehrdad Nazari, Prizma's Director, was among
CIA can be a vulnerable spot in bankable ESIAs for large scale project developments. This draft
A recent BBOP newsletter and Kumtor Gold’s development of its Biodiversity Management Strategy underlined this: many (perhaps not all) roads lead to Rome and positive conservation outcomes. Does Kumtor's approach to support snow leopard and other conservation efforts in Central Asia add value? Will it's collaboration with NGOs such as FFI, the Sarychat Ertash Nature Reserve (Zapovednik) and others work?
Prizma publishes Winter 2012 Newsletter (PDF, 501 KB). Articles: Biodiversity Management Strategy & Plan for Kumtor Gold Mine; Sustainability Reporting for Lucara Diamond Corp.; Training Community Relations Officers from Mongolia, Turkey and Kyrgyzstan; and Gold Reserve Updates about ICSID Arbitration.
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