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Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries

Edited By: Prasad Modak and AK Biswas
364 pages, Figs, tabs
Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries
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  • Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries ISBN: 9789280809657 Paperback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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  • Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries ISBN: 9780750621397 Paperback Dec 1994 Out of Print #45795
  • Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries ISBN: 9781851480081 Paperback Dec 1987 Out of Print #5479
  • Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries ISBN: 9781851480074 Hardback Dec 1987 Out of Print #5478
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Todays developing countries cannot afford to make mistakes over the long-term sustainability of development plans. The use of EIA is designed to avert many problems. Its acceptance, techniques and suitability for adoption in the developing world are discussed.

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Edited By: Prasad Modak and AK Biswas
364 pages, Figs, tabs
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