By: Thomas B Fischer
186 pages, Figures, tables
Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) is a fast-growing and rapidly evolving professional field driven by advances in theory and method, as well as by regulatory requirements in Europe, North America, Australasia, South Africa and, increasingly, across Asia.
This textbook, the first of its kind, provides for a state-of-the-art review of SEA theory and practice, promoting a more systematic approach to SEA. It is written for a broad audience of professionals and academics, and aims particularly at supporting the development of SEA modules in undergraduate and postgraduate planning, environmental assessment, engineering and law courses. It provides an overview of the fundamental principles and rules of SEA, reports systematically on international SEA practice and theory, and pushes the envelope by developing the theory. Supporting material includes boxed examples and case studies from around the world, extra reading suggestions and a glossary of terms.
'Ideal for students or practitioners new to SEA.' Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
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