More detail in health impact assessment guidance
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'.IEMA practitioners identified that existing guidance in these areas did not give sufficient detail for the consideration of health as part of an environmental impact assessment (EIA). The two new guid
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Outlook Journal 15 covers key topics
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