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Evaluacion de Impacto Ambiental Transfronteriza en Centroamerica Lineamientos Generales

By: Grethel Aguilar Rojas, Alejandro Iza and Marianela Cedeño
Evaluacion de Impacto Ambiental Transfronteriza en Centroamerica
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Language: Spanish

Central America is a region that shares ecosystems, river basins, and protected areas. The development of projects, plans or activities likely to produce transboundary impacts need to be appropriately considered, and an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process established and anchored in regional policies and legislation. This book, analyses the relevant initiatives on transboundary EIA in the world, and advances the basic elements of a regional agreement on EIA in a transboundary context for Central America.

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By: Grethel Aguilar Rojas, Alejandro Iza and Marianela Cedeño
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