The Influence of EIA Approval Conditions on Environmental Practices
Dik, H. and Morrison-Saunders, A. (2002) The Influence of EIA Approval Conditions on Environmental Practices. In: IAIA'02 Assessing the Impact of Impact Assessment: Impact Assessment for Informed Decision-making, 15-21 June 2002, The Hague.
|PDF - Published Version |
Download (151kB) | Preview
The theme of the conference was to reflect on the role of impact assessment in the process of decision making and managing a business. He or she who sees an IA as a "societal permit" will be in for a disillusion. Such a permit will only be accessible via positive direct stakeholder engagement. A sound IA process asks for a constant feedback of relevant environmental, societal and economic findings from researchers to the project managers to avoid "work in isolation" for both groups. Plus, more attention to the socio-economic effects of new projects: sustainable development is after all the balance and combined result of economic development, societal responsibility and environmental care.
|Publication Type:||Conference Paper|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Publisher:||International Association for Impact Assessment|
|Item Control Page|