Risk management and EIA: En107-3/5-1986E-PDF
research needs and opportunites /
"How should society intervene to reduce or mitigate risk? This is one challenge that proponents, assessors, intervenors and panel members in EIA have to face; and because of this much of the work carried out in EIA already involves risk analysis. In this study we focus on two questions: Would the more explicit treatment of risk in EIA improve, codify or extend aspects of the EIA process; and what research needs, opportunities and priorities would emerge as a result?"--Exec. Summary.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.|
|Title||Risk management and EIA|
|Subtitle||research needs and opportunites /|
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|Note||Digitized edition from print. "A background paper prepared for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council."|
|Number of Pages||[vii], 18 p.|
|Subject Terms||Environmental impact assessment, Risk management|
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