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Author: William Sheate
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Title: Making an Impact: A Guide to EIA Law & Policy (Environmental Law)
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Publisher: Cameron May (April 29, 1994)
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Making an Impact: A Guide to EIA Law & Policy (Environmental Law) by William Sheate

Gu LX, Sheate WR, 2005, Institutional challenges for EIA implementation in China: A case study of development versus environmental protection, Environmental Management, Vol:36, ISSN:0364-152X, Pages:125-142. Sheate WR, 2009, Tools, techniques & approaches for sustainability: Collected writings in environmental assessment policy and management, ISBN:9789814289689.

Since the Law of the People's Republic of China on Environmental Impact Assessment was enacted in 2003 and Huanfa 2004 No. 98 was released in 2004, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) has been officially being implemented in the expressway infrastructure planning field in China. The role of science in policy and decision-making has been an issue of intensive debate over the past decade. After the Law of the People's Republic of China on Environmental Impact Assessment (the EIA Law) came into effect in China (mainland) in September 2003, and notably in 2006, the Chinese government released a series of laws and regulations to strengthen strategic environmental assessment (SEA) application in China.

Reader in Environmental Assessment: Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK; . heaterial. sheate and Associate: Collingwood Environmental Planning . [email protected] uk Context Under the convention EIA and SEA treated separately, though connected (historically, parts of the same spectrum); same principles apply, but different techniques. At what level should SEA and EIA apply – not always straightforward.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. First Online: 22 June 2005. Sinkule, . Ortolano, L. 1995Implementing environmental policy in ChinaPraeger, oogle Scholar. NGO registry regulations (provisional).

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UCLA School of Law is pleased to announce that William Boyd, one of the nation’s leading scholars of energy and environmental law, will join UCLA Law's faculty on July 1, 2018. Boyd will hold joint appointments with UCLA Law and the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA. He will also play an instrumental role with the law school’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment. The book won the Edelstein Prize from the Society for the History of Technology. Boyd also plays a leading role on climate policy issues. He serves as the project lead for the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force, an international collaboration of 35 nations and states that are working to develop regulatory frameworks to reduce emissions from deforestation and land use.

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Guide to Environmental law. Environmental Law Notes. In addition, in many countries informal procedures of impact assessment for governmental activities have been developed. EIA is also widely accepted as a mechanism for public participation in planning processes and decision-making and a tool to provide information and data to the public regarding projects and other activities.

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