From ocean to urban: How EIA differs between industries
James Malone reflects on the differences in scope and number of stakeholders between EIA in two industries – marine telecommunications and terrestrial urban developmentBefore starting my current role in terrestrial environmental impact assessment (EIA), I worked in the marine telecommunications industry. Telecoms and EIA consultancy are two very different sectors. T
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