Environmental Studies 4310/8030 Environmental Impact Assessment (Fall 2019)

This course examines Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) from philosophical, methodological and institutional perspectives. The evolution of EIA in Canada will be the focus. The strategic role of EIA will be explored as to its effectiveness as a tool for achieving sustainability goals. Case studies illustrating major issues and applications will be presented at a variety of geographical scales. Some field trips may be required.

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List of Reserve Material: 

Noble, B. F. (2016). "Chapter 1: Aims and Objectives of Environmental Impact Assessment". Introduction to environmental impact assessment: A guide to principles and practice. Don Mills: Oxford university press. pp. 2-24.

Noble, B. F. (2016). "Chapter 2: Overview of Environmental Impact Assessment in Canada". Introduction to environmental impact assessment: A guide to principles and practice. Don Mills: Oxford university press. pp. 25-39.

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  • Noble, Bram F.,1975-author.
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