What is the purpose of EIA?
With new legislation on the horizon Mouchel's Paul Reid reflects on the importance of remembering the ultimate aim of environmental impact assessment (EIA)2014 is due to witness the adoption of a modified EIA Directive. The stated objectives behind this change in legislation are the establishment of consistency in the application of EIA across member st
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