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Corruption contributes to unsustainable environment practices and resource overuse, while granting elite groups control over natural resource wealth and potentially depriving other user groups. In development cooperation, corruption risks are especially acute in five critical areas, including environmental assessments, environmental policy formulation, implementation of environmental programmes monitoring and enforcement measures relating to environmental protection.
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