Building bridges between strategies and projects
Andrew Burwood considers the challenges in converting aspirations of plans and programmes into on-the-ground projects, and the influence this can have on environmental impact assessmentsIt has become widely accepted that for society to sustainably manage its current and future needs, then we need to plan how we use resources and develop communities over longer timescales and larger a
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IEMA has published two new impact assessment guides: 'Effective Scoping of Human Health in Environmental Impact Assessment', and 'Determining Significance for Human Health in Environmental Impact Assessment'.
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