Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is the formal process used to predict the
environmental consequences (positive or negative) of a plan, policy, program, ...
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is the process by which the anticipated
effects on the environment of a proposed development or project are measured.
Guidance Print this guidance section Environmental Impact Assessment.
Explains requirements of Town and Country Planning (EIA) Regulations 2011. ID
Impact assessments are carried out to assess the consequences of individual
projects -- Environmental Impact Assessment -- or of policies and programmes ...
A formal process, called environmental impact assessment
(EIA), often precedes the development of new energy resources or expansion of power plants. This website contains documents pertaining to the programmatic environmental impact
statement (EIS) associated with ener... More »
Conference on the revised EIA Directive – 30 years of legacy and challenges
ahead · Interpretation of definitions of project categories of annex I and II of the
Apr 27, 2015 ... The EIA Directive (85/337/EEC) is in force since 1985 and applies to a wide
range of defined public and private projects, which are defined in ...
EIA: a campaigner's guide. What is this guide for? Environmental Impact
Assessment (EIA) is a key aspect of many large scale planning applications. It is
The online version of Environmental Impact Assessment Review at ScienceDirect
.com, the world's leading platform for high quality peer-reviewed full-text ...
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important management tool for
ensuring optimal use of natural resources for sustainable development.