Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation by Kevin S. HannaEnvironmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation by Kevin S. Hanna

Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation

EditorKevin S. Hanna

Paperback | October 15, 2015

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Featuring insightful contributions from over thirty environmental assessment experts, this text examines current debates, recent cases, and ongoing developments in Canadian EIA. Covering the extensive range of issues that EIA processes address, this an authoritative and up-to-date introductionto the field.
Kevin Hanna is an associate professor of geography at the University of British Columbia, where he is also the director of the UBC Centre for Environmental Assessment Research. His research interests include integrated approaches to environment and natural resource management, environmental impact assessment, regional planning and comm...
Title:Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and ParticipationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.88 inPublished:October 15, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

ContributorsDedicationPart One: Environmental Impact Assessment: Process, Practice, and Critique1. Kevin S. Hanna: Environmental Impact Assessment: Process and Efficacy2. Robert B. Gibson and Kevin S. Hanna: Progress and Uncertainty: The Evolution of Federal Environmental Assessment in Canada3. Robert J. Milne and Lorne P. Bennett: Assessment Methods NEW4. A. John Sinclair and Alan P. Diduck: Public Participation in Canadian Environmental Assessment: Enduring Challenges and Future Directions5. Bram F. Noble and Jill Gunn: Environmental Assessment6. John R. Parkins and Ross E. Mitchell: Social Impact Assessment: A Review of Academic and Practitioner Perspectives and Emerging Approaches NEW7. Graham Whitelaw and Daniel McCarthy: Cumulative Effects Assessment in the Context of Canadian Environmental Governance NEW8. Ginger Gibson, Lindsay Galbraith, Alistair MacDonald, and the Firelight Group Research Cooperative: Towards Meaningful Aboriginal Engagement and Co-Management: The Evolution of Environmental Assessment in Canada NEWPart Two: Environmental Impact Assessment in Canadian Jurisdictions9. Patricia Fitzpatrick and A. John Sinclair: Multi-Jurisdictional Environmental Assessment in Canada10. Brandon Gregg: The Canadian Federal Environmental Assessment Process NEW11. D. Scott Slocombe, Lyn Hartley, and Megan Noonan: Environmental Assessment and Land Claims, Devolution, and Co-Management: Evolving Challenges and Opportunities in Yukon NEW12. Adam Chamberlain and Webnesh Haile: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Review in the Post-Devolution Northwest Territories13. Ryan W. Barry, Sophia C.R. Granchinho, and J. Jeffrey Rusk: Impact Assessment in Nunavut14. Murray B. Rutherford: Impact Assessment in British Columbia15. Kevin S. Hanna and John R. Parkins: Alberta's Environmental Assessment System NEW16. Cherie Westbrook and Bram Noble: Environmental Assessment in Saskatchewan17. Kenton Lobe and A. John Sinclair: Environmental Assessment: Manitoba Approaches18. Charles Hostovsky and Sonya Graci: Environmental Assessment in Ontario: Moving from Comprehensive Planning and Decision-Making to Streamlined Approvals19. Darren R. Bardati: Environmental Assessment in Quebec20. Hendricus A. Van Wilgenburg: Atlantic Canada: A Story of EIA AdaptationKevin Hanna: Conclusion: Future Challenges for Environmental Assessment in CanadaGlossary NEWIndex