Environmental impact assessment regimes (EIAs) are constantly in a state of change. This brings together an analysis of different EIA systems for each state and explores their relative effectiveness in meeting sustainable development goals. It brings alive the process of EIA as it has been practised across Australia. An invaluable overview and comparison. From OUP.
Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice is a comprehensive overview and comparison of Australian environmental impact assessment regimes. Broken into to three parts, the first part addresses the procedures, practices and issues and the second part addresses the EIA procedures and practice for each state and territory in Australia. The final part presents an analysis of the variation in EIA legislation and practice around Australia. An excellent selection of case studies throughout will help student relate theory to practice.