448 pages, 37 b/w illustrations, 106 tables
The U.S. National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 established the world's first modern national environmental policy. All federal agencies must comply with NEPA's sweeping mandate to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) evaluating impacts and alternatives of significant federal actions. More than 100 countries have now enacted similar policies emulating NEPA. Written by a leading NEPA expert, this all-inclusive handbook:
- Incorporates a step-by-by step approach, advancing the reader from NEPA's basic principles through advanced topics of interest to seasoned professionals
- Describes environmental planning and EIA from both American and international perspectives
- Integrates best professional practices from hundreds of sources, papers, and guidance directives
- Demonstrates state-of-the-art tools, techniques, and approaches for solving problems that have hindered NEPA and environmental planning practices.
NEPA and Environmental Planning: Tools, Techniques, and Approaches for Practitioners is an indispensable resource for professionals in government, consulting, planning, science and engineering, as well as students in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Overview of the NEPA Process and Its Basic Requirements
Tools, Techniques, and Approaches for Improving and Streamlining NEPA
NEPA Streamlining Provisions
Performing a Systematic and Integrated Planning and Analysis Process
Exemptions and Categorical Exclusions
The Threshold Question
Preparing Environmental Assessments
Preparing Environmental Impact Statements
The Scope of Analysis
Planning and Mitigating Effects of Natural Disasters and Terrorist Attacks
Emergency Planning For Continuity of Business Operations
International Environmental Impact Assessment
Environmental Policy, Decision-Making, and Economics
Appendices A & B
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