Environmental impact assessment
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© 2012, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is defined by Munn as the need to identify and predict the impact on the environment and on man’s health and well-being of legislative proposals, policies, programs, projects, and operational procedures, and to interpret and communicate information about the impact. EIA is thus a process, a systematic process that examines the environmental consequence of development actions in advance.
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