The Significance of GHG Emissions in EIA
In 2010, IEMA produced principles for taking account of GHG emissions in EIA in order to improve the consideration of climate change mitigation in practice. These principles set the framework for such assessment, but also raised questions about how significance should be evaluated. Turley Associates are leading a group of EIA Quality Mark registrants to produce further advice on this subject to be launched in 2014. This webinar will set out the progress made to date on the guides core developments and provide examples of how GHG emissions are currently being assessed and evaluated in UK EIA practice.
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