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Stakeholder Identification and Analysis 11/17/2019 1
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A. Stakeholder identification Who your project – business stakeholders are? Groups and sub-groups. How they will be affected and to what degree. What influence they could have in your activity. Define a stakeholder engagement strategy. Stakeholders concerns and priorities – across groups and within groups.
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Systematic approach – stakeholder mapping: Geographic sphere of influence: Not only primary site(s), but all related facilities. Transport route(s). Areas potentially affected by cumulative impacts. Unplanned but predictable developments. Identify distinct groups by impact area. Draw a line between impacted and non-impacted areas (challenging). Avoid defining stakeholders too narrowly. 11/17/2019 3 A. DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY AFFECTED
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Identifying stakeholders through impact zoning: Draw a sketch map of the key design components of your business (project). Project site; ancillary infrastructure, e.g., roads, power lines, and canals; sources of air, water, and land pollution Identify the broad impact zones. Area of land take, air and water pollution receptors, etc. Overlay the mapped stakeholders to the impact zones. Verify through consultation the impacts. 11/17/2019 4 A. DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY AFFECTED
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Opposition may come outside the impacted zone(s) Underestimating impact of groups or organizations not aversely affected by the project, but whose interests determine them as stakeholders, may pose risks Let’s use one example: Glamis Gold Co. gold mining project Some communities/groups may perceived the are impacted, or may consider themselves representatives of the impacted people. Gold mine located in two municipalities in Guatemala (San Miguel and Sipacapa).
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