Title: Environmental Impact Assessment in Australia...
Publisher: The Federation Press
Publication Date: 2005
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Fair
Edition: Fourth Edition
Fourth Edition. Spine slightly cocked, light chipping/creasing, rubbing and minor denting along covers. Yellow highlighting present throughout book. Fair condition. Underlining, markings or highlighting present. Light to moderate shelf wear, binding intact. (NN57). Bookseller Inventory # 100418056
Synopsis: Provides an analysis of the operation of the Environmental Impact Assessment System in Australia. Grounded in theory, this book discusses fundamental questions such as, what is an EIA/what is its role? how does it relate to other assessment procedures? It also examines how EIA is undertaken.
Review: Thomas' book is a comprehensive analysis of the theory and practical application of Australia's impact-assessment regime covering its origins, current operations and future directions. ... The book is well researched and a wonderful reference source, particularly for website addresses. Underscoring my views, before writing this review I had already used this book as a research resource in: providing advice to clients on gaming and liquor licensing matters; reviewing the social impact-assessment procedure created by guideline 38 issued by the Liquor Licensing Division; preparing submissions to Queensland Fisheries Services on the environmental impacts of a proposed developmental fishery; and preparing legal articles for publication. - Proctor (Qld Law Society), April 2002
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