Impact Assessment Outlook Journal

The Impact Assessment Outlook Journal - This UK practice series offers you thought pieces contributed by IEMA EIA Quality Mark registrants, formatted as a thought-provoking quick read covering key aspects of UK EIA practice. It showcases fresh ideas on key topics and offers you new perspectives on how you can push forward the practice of Impact Assessment in your own organisation.

Volume 4: Perspectives on net gain in EIA

How has the concept of net gain evolved and how does it relate to EIA? Volume 4 of our Impact Assessment Outlook Journal series explores this question and provides examples drawn from practice.

This fourth volume from the series focusses on the evolution of concepts such as biodiversity offsetting, net gain and ecosystem services and how they can be embraced by EIA.

Created in partnership with the IEMA Impact Assessment Network Steering Group and Guest Edited by Emma Magee, Senior Environmental Project Manager at the Environment Agency. This digital journal is perfect for anyone working within, or interested in, Impact Assessment.

Download your free copy of Volume 4: Perspectives on net gain in EIA here.

Volume 3: Perspectives upon renewable energy and EIA

What are some of the important aspects to consider when undertaking the EIA process for renewable energy projects? Volume 3 of our Impact Assessment Outlook Journal series explores this question and provides solutions drawn from practice.

This third volume from the series focusses on the different challenges and opportunities facing renewable energy in relation to EIA projects. What are the key ingredients for a successful project?

Created in partnership with the IEMA Impact Assessment Network Steering Group and Guest Edited by Lisa Mugan, Senior Consultant at Hydrock. This digital journal is perfect for anyone working within, or interested in, Impact Assessment.

Download your free copy of Volume 3: Perspectives upon renewable energy and EIA here.

Volume 2: Perspectives upon Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and Development Consent Orders

How can practitioners overcome the challenges associated with the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects regime?Volume 2 of our new IEMA publication explores this question and provides solutions drawn from practice.

This second volume from the series focuses on the challenges associated with the planning regime for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and Development Consent Orders. What were they and how can they be overcome?

Compleated in partnership with the IEMA Impact Assessment Network Steering Group and Guest Edited by David Hoare, IEMA IA Network Steering Group member, IEMA North West Regional Network member and Associate Director at WSP. This digital journal is perfect for anyone working within, or interested in, Impact Assessment.

Download your free copy of Volume 2: Perspectives upon Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and Development Consent Orders here.

Volume 1: Perspectives upon Proportionate EIA

How can the EIA process and resulting Environmental Statements become more focussed, effective and efficient? A brand new IEMA publication explores this question and provides solutions drawn from practice.

This first volume from the series focuses on the drive towards proportionate EIA, the challenges, opposing forces, maintaining high performance in ES production and ensuring effective outcomes are delivered for the environment, developer and communities.

Created in partnership with the IEMA Impact Assessment Network Steering Group and Guest Edited by Josh Fothergill FIEMA, this digital journal is perfect for anyone working in (or with an interest in) Impact Assessment.

Download your free copy of Volume 1: Perspectives upon Proportionate EIA here.

Interested in contributing or being a future Guest Editor?

If you would like to contribute or Guest Edit a future Volume, please get in touch any time to explore the opportunity and ask about future themes volumes.

If you have an article ready for contribution and want to endure it meets our guidelines, it should be approximately 800 words in length and provide a perspective on the theme of the volume. Articles will generally be written by a single named author and must avoid being directly advertorial of the services provided by the author’s organisation.

If you would like to get involved, please contact IEMA’s Policy Lead, Spencer Clubb at s.clubb@iema.net.

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