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Routledge Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment

Edited By

Kevin Hanna



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ISBN 9780367244477
April 14, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
416 Pages 24 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Globally, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is one of the most enduring and influential environmental management tools. This Handbook provides readers with a strong foundation for understanding the practice of EIA, by outlining the different types of assessment while also providing a guide to best practice.

This collection deploys a research and practice-based approach to the subject, delivering an overview of EIA as an essential and practical tool of environmental protection, planning, and policy. To best understand the most pertinent issues and challenges surrounding EIA today, this volume draws together prominent researchers, practitioners, and young scholars who share their work and knowledge to cover two key parts. The first part introduces EIA processes and best practices through analytical and critical chapters on the stages/elements of the EIA process and different components and forms of assessment. These provide examples that cover a wide range of assessment methods and crosscutting issues; including cumulative effects assessment, social impact assessment, Indigenous led assessment, risk assessment, climate change, and gender-based assessment. The second part provides jurisdictional reviews of the European Union, the US National Environmental Policy Act, recent assessment reforms in Canada, EIA in developing economies, and the EIA context in England.

By providing a succinct outline of process followed by in-depth illustrations of approaches, methods and tools, and case studies, this book will be essential for students, scholars, and practitioners of Environmental Impact Assessment.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Types of Assessment, Issues, and Practices

  1. A brief introduction to environmental impact assessment
  2. Kevin Hanna and Lauren Arnold

  3. Strategic environmental assessment: one name multiple concepts
  4. Maria Partidario

  5. Cumulative effects assessment
  6. Bram Noble

  7. Social impact assessment
  8. Anne Merrild Hansen

  9. Risk assessment and risk management
  10. Ayla De Grandpre and Karaline Reimer

  11. Sustainability assessment principles and practices
  12. Angus Morrison Saunders, Jenny Pope, Alan Bond, and Francois Retief

  13. Climate change in environmental assessment
  14. Alexandra Jiricka-Pürrer and Thomas B Fischer

  15. Health impact assessment
  16. Chris Buse

  17. Environmental Impact Assessment and Disaster Risk Management
  18. Troy McMillan

  19. Regional assessment
  20. Lauren Arnold, Chris Buse, Rob Friberg, Bram Noble, and Kevin Hanna

  21. Gender-based analysis and environmental impact assessments: Challenges and opportunities for transformative approaches
  22. Priya Bala-Miller, Nicole Peletz, and Kevin Hanna

  23. Geographic information sciences in environmental impact Assessment: applications and opportunities
  24. Mathieu Bourbonnais

  25. Indigenous impact assessment
  26. Alistair Macdonald and Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh

  27. Innovative approaches to achieving meaningful public participation in next generation impact assessment
  28. John Sinclair, Alan P. Diduck, and John R. Parkins

    Part 2. Jurisdictional Profiles

  29. EIA best practice for the developing world: What does it mean?
  30. Francois Retief, Reece C Alberts, Claudine Roos, and Dirk P Cilliers

  31. The European Union Environmental Impact Assessment Directive: current practice and challenges for the future
  32. Gesa Geißler, Johann Köppel, and Marie Grimm

  33. The US National Environmental Policy Act
  34. Matt Lindstrom and Ben West

  35. Environmental assessment in England
  36. Josh Fothergill and Thomas B Fischer

  37. Environmental assessment reform in Canada

          Jeffrey Nishima-Miller

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Biography

Kevin Hanna is Director of the Centre for Environmental Assessment Research at The University of British Columbia, Canada.