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Projects and Programs

EAP Envioronment PortfolioThe World Bank is implementing a wide range of initiatives with environmental components. These range from dedicated environmental projects, addressing issues such as conservation management, to integrated projects where environmental components range from 1 to 99 percent. The latter include urban development projects addressing water and air pollution issues and integrated agriculture/land management projects. The database below provides information on all of these projects. 

Portfolio Overview

The World Bank's active Environment and Natural Resource Management (ENRM) project portfolio in the East Asia and Pacific (EAP) region is well-diversified among environmental issues. Pollution and water resource management continue to be  the largest components in the current portfolio, representing more than a half of all outstanding commitment amounts (see figure).  

The current portfolio stands at $5.15 billion, with $498 million in new lending. China accounts for more than 80 percent of EAP ENRM investment, with a total of $4.4 billion, whereas the combined portfolio in other EAP countries amounts to around $800 million.

Trust Funds

The Bank's Environment work in the EAP region is supported by a number of trust funds. Examples include the Trust Fund for Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development, the Italian Trust Fund, and the Netherlands-Mongolia Trust Fund for Environmental Reform.




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