IEMA publishes new land and soils guidance
IEMA has today published new guidance for environmental impact assessment (EIA) practitioners to better assess and manage the effects of development on land and soils, and ensure sustainable outcomes.A New Perspective on Land and Soil in Environmental Impact Assessment highlights a lack of soil specialists advising on major development projects worldwide. It recommends a new approach to assessing
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