EIA - the key to unlocking sustainable development
Environmental impact assessments will be crucial in balancing the demands of economic growth, new energy infrastructure and environmental protection, says Martin Baxter, IEMA's executive director of policyThe UK faces significant pressure for new development to support a greener and more sustainable economy and the challenges are huge. At least £110 billion of investment is needed in new energy infrast
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