Help us to be sustainable

This course tries to practice what it preaches:

  • Fewer air miles: It aims to reduce the need for EIA trainers to fly to other countries to run courses; and to allow people who want to learn about EIA to do so without having to travel to distant EIA training courses.
  • Information sharing: It provides free training materials, especially for EIA practitioners in developing countries.
  • Reduced paper use: It comes in an e-format to save paper.

Please help us by:

  • Printing only the material from the course that you really need to
  • Contributing to the EIA-Wiki: add legislation, case studies and your experience of EIA
  • Letting others know about this module and the joys of EIA!
January 18, 2007 Uncategorized — brendan @ 7:29 pm

11 Comments »

  1. Its a very good course so in case am interested to pursue it,how do i get on board

    Comment by DENNIS MUWANGA — April 14, 2007 @ 2:46 am

  2. Hi Dennis,

    This open educational resource is designed for you to use freely. We do not support enrollment and there is no qualification for completing the course. However, if you are enrolled in an EIA course elsewhere, we hope you will find the resources included here very useful.

    Brendan Barrett
    United Nations University

    Comment by brendan — April 16, 2007 @ 1:31 am

  3. This course has enriching reading materials of which our planners in the area of Environment can benefit from.

    Lets encourage all to use it to preserve our planet.

    Comment by Kiapi K. Frederick — August 13, 2007 @ 9:13 am

  4. Apreciate this efforts.

    thank you very much

    Comment by Ayman A. Hamad — October 26, 2008 @ 12:05 pm

  5. my name is Waheedullah Ibrahimi i am working with NEPA Afghanistan in the department of EIA hope you help me about that prosses .

    thanks

    Comment by Waheedullah — June 21, 2009 @ 5:47 pm

  6. Dear Sir,

    I hope that by working your way through this course module or by downloading it you will be able to improve your understand of EIA.

    Brendan

    Comment by brendan — June 30, 2009 @ 10:24 pm

  7. I’ve read the scoping portion and it is really helpful. I am presently beginning the scoping document of an extension of a highway that align across several major wetlands, potential endangered species habitat, and parkland/recreational area.

    I was surprise that I couldn’t figure out which country or organization authored this module.

    thank you!

    Comment by Peter Magaro — September 2, 2009 @ 11:15 pm

  8. Please advise if you have some kind of certification exam after the completion of exam.Thanks

    Comment by Roshita — February 24, 2011 @ 2:55 pm

  9. i am a lecturer at nkumba university teaching eia to diploma and masters students. i find this module very very useful and would like to use it – with slight modification to suit local conditions. i hope that is ok since this is free material?

    Comment by apophia — August 25, 2011 @ 4:08 am

  10. Why don’t test our knowledge after each chapter or at the end with multiple choice questions? then at the end you could provide a certificate which we can put into our application. That would be good idea!

    Ilse B.

    Comment by Ilse — July 11, 2012 @ 4:03 am

  11. I am very grateful for this website. I am currently enrolled on an EIA/SEA course at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji. Your website shall be be of great value to me. Thank you very much.

    Comment by Iosefo Masivue — July 26, 2012 @ 4:41 pm

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