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What does IEE stand for?

IEE stands for Initial Environmental Examination

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The University of Moratuwa (UOM) in collaboration with the SLPA is carrying out a Common Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) study covering the entire proposed industrial zone at Hambantota Port and the draft IEE has been submitted.
Before the commencement of each exploration and development project, PPL carries out Initial Environmental Examination and/or Environmental Impact Assessment studies as a pre-requisite to establish a baseline of environment sensitivities.
An initial environmental examination (IEE) will be prepared for each component (or subproject) to ensure the environmental soundness and sustainability of the Project, and to support the integration of environmental considerations into the project decision-making process.
Under Nepalese legislation, these require an Initial Environmental Examination (IEE), except for lines in protected areas which require a full EIA.
the major outputs of ta are: - updated summary sector assessment - initial environmental examination report - land aquisition and resettlement plan - economic and financial analysis report - fund flow analysis report - updated financial management assessment report - updated procurement capacity assessment report - final feasibility study
The TA scope covers all major tasks required to prepare a comprehensive policy program and related investment package for enhanced subregional rail traffic such as to (i) define appropriate institutional arrangements and operating principles including conventions and other agreements required to promote international rail traffic with efficient cross-border and customs procedures, (ii) prepare a policy matrix summarizing the objectives, goals, outputs and assumptions for the regional traffic enhancement program, (iii) assess costs and benefits of proposed investments, review tariff setting procedures, evaluate the financial performance of BR, prepare financial projections for the 10-year period, carry out social analysis and undertake an initial environmental examination.