15th July 2021 - 12:30pm - 1:30pm

This webinar is a calling to practitioners and stakeholders to help (re)define socio-economic and community impact assessment in EIA, providing review of international standards and practice in social impact assessment and a broadening of impact assessment to include project impacts on people’s wellbeing including community, culture, access to services, health, place attachment, decision-making, fears and aspirations and distributive inequity.

Presented by

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Rufus Howard

Policy and Engagement Lead, IEMA

Dr Howard is the policy and engagement lead for Impact Assessment at IEMA and a leading professional in EIA, with two decades of international experience across renewable energy and major infrastructure.