Environmental Impact Assessment Review
Environ Impact Assess Rev
Environmental Impact Assessment Review is a refereed, interdisciplinary journal serving an international audience of practitioners, policy-makers and academics. This audience assesses the environmental impact of policy, projects, processes and products and makes decisions based upon these assessments. The aim of the journal is to build the knowledge base for this audience through reporting of innovative research, practice and publications. The topical focus of EIA Review is meant to mirror the interests of its audience. As currently defined, this is: EIA Procedure: theory, methods, legislation and practice Quantitative Methods: forecasting, risk/health assessments and eco-indicators, among others Dispute Resolution and Negotiations Social Impact Assessment LCA and Product Policy Economic/Market Regulatory Instruments Each issue of the journal may contain up to five sections: Notes on Authors Viewpoint - an opinion on a relevant issue Articles - on the topics listed above Reviews of Current Literature Events EIA Review aims to publish only pieces that are coherent, innovative and topical. For additional information, please access the home page of EIA Review's Editor, Eric Johnson.
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