058-i. Advice on ToR: SEA for salt lake Salar de Uyini - Bolivia

The NCEA advised on Terms of Reference (ToR) for a pilot SEA that serves as 'training-on-the-job' to introduce SEA in Bolivia. The pilot SEA concerns the Salar de Uyini salt lake, in which natural, mineral and tourism values need to be balanced.

Rapports consultatifs et autres documents

24 dec 2004: Terms of reference

Accompanying letter

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Advice

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Appendices Advice

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Map

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Photo

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Informations importantes

Bolivia's Environmental Ministry identified the need to introduce and develop SEA in the country. The NCEA is contributing to this via various activities, among which 'training-on-the-job' via pilot SEAs. The second pilot (after Puerto Busch) was the salt lake Salar de Uyini, which has unique natural values, valuable mineral resources and a high tourism potential which need to be balanced via strategic plans.

Involvement of the NCEA to this pilot SEA had the following objectives:

  • Assist in developing methodologies which can be more broadly applied and thus support institutionalisation of SEA in Bolivia;
  • Assist in defining the scope of strategic contents in Terms of Reference (ToR) for this SEA;
  • Assist in integrating the consultation with public and private organisations in the ToR.

The NCEA's advice discusses ToR for the SEA process as well as for the report's contents. It also gives recommendations on the institutional capacity needed to undertake this SEA.

Parties concernées

Membres du groupe de travail

Membre
mr E. Bloem
mr W. van Wijngaarden

Le président du groupe de travail: mr K.J. Beek

Secrétaire technique: ms I.A. Steinhauer

Promoteur
Ministry for Sustainable Development - Bolivia
Autorité de composants
Ministry for Sustainable Development - Bolivia

D'autres détails

Commencé: 15 jul 2004
Terminé: 24 dec 2004

Catégories

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
Tourism/recreation
Natural resources management

Pays/région/thème: Bolivia

Mise à jour: 02 apr 2019