SEA and SA: learning from practice
Barbara Carroll and Ruth Thomas discuss and reflect on how SEA and SA practice has evolved and is continuing to change in the light of the real world experience of IEMA members.When the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Directive was transposed into UK legislation in July 2004 there was much discussion about what the effects of this new legislation might be.
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