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ANNUAL REPORT

FIRST CONSOLIDATED REPORT (2010-2014)

This consolidated report summarizes the results of the first five years of work of the Independent Advisory Panel on Development Issues in South-Central Peru (The Panel), formally established at the end of 2009 to advise the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) and other interested parties on the environmental and social effects of development in South-Central Peru, in the context of the Peru LNG project.

After five years of work, a "picture" is emerging about exactly what Camisea has meant for Peru. The findings and lessons presented here have broad applicability within the country and elsewhere with regard to the challenges and opportunities for developing hydrocarbons responsibly in the context of fragile ecological and social environments.


2012 Report

This year's report covers the following issues:
  • Camisea: economic and social effects at the national level
  • Ecological issues, biodiversity, and roadless hydrocarbon development
  • The BMAP, a case of best practice in biodiversity monitoring
  • Peru LNG Project port terminal and fisheries between Cerro Azul and Tambo de Mora
  • Bilingual intercultural indigenous education in the Lower Urubamba.



2011 Report

This year's report covers the following issues:
  • A brief discussion of key new developments which have arisen since the first report and which influence the wider context of the panel’s work
  • Peru’s energy mix and greenhouse gas emissions
  • The environmental impact assessment (EIA) process in Peru, cumulative impacts and consequences
  • Socio-environmental impacts, focusing on the Camisea region
  • Community monitoring of extractive industries: what this can tell us about long-term social impacts in south-central Peru



2010 Report

The 2010 Report identifies and frames six main issues that the panel will continue to study in its years of activity:
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Peru’s energy mix
  • Distribution of wealth from extractive industries
  • Cumulative impacts and consequences
  • Socio-environmental impact, focusing on the Camisea region
  • Community monitoring of extractive industries: what this can tell us about long-term social impacts in south-central Peru


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