Environmental auditing: case studies of artificial waterway developments in Western Australia
Hobbs, V.J., Saunders, A. and Bailey, J. (1990) Environmental auditing: case studies of artificial waterway developments in Western Australia. School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Perth.
Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is a process that is used to predict the potential environmental impacts of developments and to identify and prescribe mitigating measures to manage these impacts if and when they occur. The information generated by EIA assists decision-makers responsible for granting or denying development approval. In Western Australia, EIA has become an established component of the Government’s decision-making process, and is administered by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA).
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Series Name:||Environmental Science Discussion Paper 1/90|
|Publisher:||School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University|
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