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Available forest resources assessed. Management plan agreed by stakeholders.

Monocultures, loss of habitats and/or species NB: only wood lot and single tree plantations

Promote native over exotic species in mixed forests.

H

Pollution (soil, water, air)

Comments Quick degradation expected if not protected Degradation expected if not managed properly Incidents and casualties Further degradation expected if not managed properly

Encroachment on protected and sensitive areas

Deforestation

Disturbance of migration routes of elephants

Natural resources depletion (water, soils)

H

H

H

Priority Issues Emerging from Notes

CHECKLIST 4 – SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF RELIEF ACTIVITIES

Others (please list)

H

Waste (solid, liquid)

Others (please list)

H

Conflicts with existing users of forests

H

L

L

H

L

L

Severity Permanence of impact of impact

Deforestation

Others (please list)

Conversion of farm land

Possible environmental impact

Natural regeneration encouraged.

Environmental standard or “best practice”

H = High, M = Modarate, L = Low

Wood harvesting from surroundings

Tree planting

FORESTRY

Relief Activity

H

H

H

H

L

L

H

H

H

H

L

L

HHHHH

HHHHH

HHHHH

HHHHH

LLLLL

LLLLL

Urgency Total Score

More investigation required

More investigation required

Immediate

Immediate

Action and Timeframe (immediate, further investigation required, no action needed)

H

H

H

H

L

L

Extent of Probability impact of occurrence

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Report on ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ROHINGYA INFLUX  

This study was initiated by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), and UNDP and UN Women, with...

Report on ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ROHINGYA INFLUX  

This study was initiated by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), and UNDP and UN Women, with...

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