Environmental Impact Assessment: Practical Solutions to Recurrent Problems
2. Conventional EIA Processes.
3. How to Make EIAs More Rigorous.
4. How to Make EIAs More Rational.
5. How to Make EIAs More Substantive.
6. How to Make EIAs More Practical.
7. How to Make EIAs More Democratic.
8. How to Make EIAs More Collaborative.
9. How to Make EIAs More Ethical.
10. How to Make EIAs More Adaptive.
11. How to Connect and Combine EIA Processes.
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