Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is among the most influential aspects of environmental regulation and policy today. Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation examines current debates, recent cases, and ongoing developments in Canadian EIA, accurately reflecting the diversity of issues EIA processes now address. This fully updated third edition has been revised to be even more accessible to student audiences and now provides a more consistent reading level and new chapters on EIA effectiveness, the science of assessment, social impact assessment, Canadian federal EIA, and more. The text offers enhanced and expanded pedagogy, including case studies, questions for critical thought, and a comprehensive glossary, making EIA concepts engaging and accessible.
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Kevin Hanna is an associate professor of geography at the University of British Columbia, where he is also the director of the UBC Centre for Environmental Assessment Research. His research interests include integrated approaches to environment and natural resource management, environmental impact assessment, regional planning and community sustainability, and Nordic natural resource management approaches and policy innovation.
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