By Barry Sadler, Barry Dalal-Clayton
This specific sourcebook offers an international, cutting-edge evaluation of the speedily evolving box of strategic environmental overview (SEA) that's meant to function a baseline for the paintings of an OECD activity workforce on SEA and a UNEP initiative on built-in making plans and overview. It describes tendencies in program and adventure in several contexts world wide, offering in-depth insurance of the prestige of SEA structures, and perform in built, transitional and constructing international locations via a variety of improvement companies. The e-book attracts on a wide physique of released and unpublished fabric, and contributions from a variety of person specialists, corporations and corporations. It offers an exceptional and beneficial figuring out of the rising scope and power of SEA and describes how, whilst and the place it truly is getting used. The sourcebook incorporates a probing overview of strategies, terminology, techniques and instruments of SEA, and a comparative research of the different sorts of present SEA platforms. the amount additionally comprises many case examples illustrating SEA perform in numerous nations and contexts, an entire set of references and a few appendices containing resource fabrics.
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IA Integrated assessment: a term usually used for a structured process to assess complex issues and provide integrated insights to decision-makers early in decision-making processes. IEM Integrated environmental management: an approach developed in South Africa as a code of practice to ensure that environmental considerations are fully integrated into all stages of the development process in order to achieve a desirable balance between conservation and development. ITA Integrated trade assessment: an approach used by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) to assess the economic, environmental and social impacts of trade measures and the links between them.
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For example, it can rule out certain kinds of development at the policy level and reduce the need for many project-level EIAs.