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Environmental impact assessment: a practical guide for the discerning practitioner collates most of the existing important information regarding the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process in one compact volume. It follows the logical progression of an EIA using international best practice techniques and principles, and now includes the most up-to-date 2012 regulatory information.
Environmental impact assessment sets a baseline for EIA in South Africa. It is the first book on this topic written specifically for the South African context, although it is applicable to all developing countries.
Contents include the following:
Stakeholder involvement process
Identification and comparative assessment of alternatives
Environmental risk assessment and management
Legally required authorisations
Social impact variables
Heritage specialist input
Health impact assessment
Evaluation of an EIA
Environmental impact assessment was written for environmental professionals and students entering the field for the first time, but it will also provide practical advice for advanced students and experienced consultants working in related fields.