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Through twenty-one chapters that examine current debates, recent cases, and ongoing developments in Canadian EIA, Environmental Impact Assessment reflects the diversity of issues EIA processes now address.
Part I: Environmental Impact Assessment; Participation and Practice; Foreword; 1. A basic introduction to environmental impact assessment; 2. Progress and uncertainty: The evolution of federal environmental assessment in Canada; 3. The science of assessment: Identifying and predicting environmental impacts; 4. Public involvement in Canadian environmental assessment: Enduring challenges and future directions; 5. The hearing process in environmental impact assessment: As concept, and as practised in Ontario; 6. Strategic Impact Assessment; 7. Social impact assessment and high level radioactive waste disposal: The Canadian concept and aboriginal social responses; 8. Cumulative impact assessment: The Cheviot mining project: Lessons for professional practice; 9. Implementing multi-jurisdiction agreements within an assessment setting: The Sable Gas Panel Review case study; 10. Environmental impact assessment in Canada's Northwest Territories: Integration, collaboration and the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act; 11. Environmental Assessment and Land Claims, Devolution, and Co-Management: Examples of Evolving Challenges and Opportunities in the Yukon; Part II: Chapters on Environmental Impact Assessment in Canadian Jurisdictions; 12. The Federal Process; 13. British Columbia; 14. Alberta; 15. Saskatchewan; 16. Manitoba; 17. Ontario; 18. Quebec; 19. The Atlantic Provinces
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