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environmental impact assessment

in planning law, in some circumstances where a development is likely to have significant effects on the environment, a necessary examination of environmental issues before planning can be granted.
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environmental impacts of all infrastructure elements of the pilot project have been assessed in accordance with the requirements of the ADB's Safeguard Policy.
Strategic environmental assessment is a procedure that evaluates possible environmental impacts made by strategies, plans and programs, and their alternatives, proposed measures necessary to combat negative impacts, as well as the program of monitoring the impact.
ABSTRACT:Kalabagh dam is a larg escale project that may be the answer to power shortages, however, it is imperative to identify the environmental impacts and necessitate towards making this project environmentally sustainable.
L'Oreal Americas and Avery Dennison are collaborating on a project with the aim to identify and reduce the environmental impacts of packaging labels throughout the entire label lifecycle.
Green Building Council's Greenbuild Conference & Expo as a backdrop, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association announced publication of environmental impacts for concrete to help members address the movement toward product transparency in the LEED v4 project rating system.
Maughan, an environmental consultant, educator, and researcher, details the processes, methods, and tools used in the assessment of environmental impacts and how these tools can be integrated to produce federal Environmental Impact Statements, Environmental Assessments, and other environmental evaluation documentation to meet state or international requirements.
"But forms of energy generation require the conversion of natural resource inputs, which are attendant with environmental impacts and costs that must be quantified to make appropriate energy system development decisions," Haapala said.
Customers, regulators, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and end users of all types are calling for information about the environmental impacts of the paint and coatings products they use every day.
In Washington, the Department of Ecology states "A limited amount of information submitted by the applicant will be available (to the public) at this point in the process." In Oregon, the federal environmental impact statement being prepared by FERC is not viewed as an integral part of a decision process, but rather as a listing of the environmental impacts of a pre-determined decision.
The study's third part was recently completed and, taken together with the first two parts, yields a more detailed picture of the relative environmental impacts of the three lighting technologies.
Adjust the procedure so that only projects with significant environmental impacts will be subject to assessment.

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