Environmental assessment and human health : perspectives, approaches and future directions : a background report for the international study of the effectiveness of environmental assessment / by Katherine...: H46-3/7-1997E-PDF

"This report, prepared for the International Study of EA Effectiveness, draws on both Canadian and international experience on the subject. It reviews key perspectives and approaches to including health considerations as an integral part of the EA process. Although primarily intended as a discussion paper, the report also provides an introduction to the information, procedures and tools available for undertaking what is sometimes called 'environmental health impact assessment' (EHIA)"--p.4 of 52.

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Department/Agency Canada. Health Canada.
Title Environmental assessment and human health : perspectives, approaches and future directions : a background report for the international study of the effectiveness of environmental assessment / by Katherine Davies and Barry Sadler.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note(s) "This report, prepared for the International Study of EA Effectiveness, draws on both Canadian and international experience on the subject. It reviews key perspectives and approaches to including health considerations as an integral part of the EA process. Although primarily intended as a discussion paper, the report also provides an introduction to the information, procedures and tools available for undertaking what is sometimes called 'environmental health impact assessment' (EHIA)."--p.4 of 52.
The catalogue number (H46-3/7-1997E) and ISBN (0-660-17063-9) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.
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Publishing information Ottawa - Ontario : Health Canada May 1997.
Description 52p.figs., graph, references, tables
Catalogue number
  • H46-3/7-1997E-PDF
Subject terms Environmental impact assessment, Health

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