References

A list of key references (those that you may want to purchase) is presented in this section as well as supporting references that contain useful and informative background materials.

 

Ackland A, Hyam P and Ingram H (1999) Guidelines for Stakeholder Dialogue – A Joint Venture. The Environment Council, London.

African High-Level Ministerial Meeting on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Durban, South Africa. Communique (1995) issued by UNEP, Nairobi.

Ashe J and Sadler B (1997) Conclusions and Recommendations. In Report of the EIA Process Strengthening Workshop. (pp.109-118). Environment Protection Agency, Canberra.

Au E and Sanvicens G (1997) EIA Follow up and Monitoring in Report of the EIA Process Strengthening Workshop (pp. 91-107). Environment Protection Agency, Canberra.

Australian and New Zealand Environmental and Conservation Council (ANZECC) (1996) Guidelines and Criteria for Determining the Need for and Level of Environmental Impact Assessment in Australia. Working Group on National Environmental Impact Assessment, ANZECC, Canberra.

Bass S, Dalal-Clayton B and Pretty J (1995) Participation Strategies for Sustainable Development. IIED, London.

Boyle J and Mubvami T (1995) Training Manual for Environmental Impact Assessment in Zimbabwe. Department of Natural Resources, Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Zimbabwe.

Brown A (1998) The Environmental Overview as a Realistic Approach to Strategic Environmental Assessment in Developing Countries. In Porter A and Fittipaldi J (eds) Environmental Methods Review: Retooling Impact Assessment for the New Century, pp. 127-134. The Press Club, Fargo, USA.

Cahn, ES & Cahn JC, 1971, Maximum Feasible Participation: A General Overview. In Cahn, ES & Passett, BA (eds), Citizen Participation: Effecting Community Change, Praeger, New York.

Canada, Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office (1987) Determining the Scope of Environmental Impact Assessments. FEARO Regional Office, Vancouver.

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) (1995) Guide to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. CEAA, Ottawa.

Canter L (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment (Second Edition). McGraw Hill Publishing Company. New York, USA.

Canter L and Clark R (1997) Scoping in the EIA Process in the United States. In Report of the EIA Process Strengthening Workshop. (pp. 31-47). Environment Protection Agency, Canberra.

Donnelly A, Dalal-Clayton B and Hughes R (1998) A Directory of Impact Assessment Guidelines (Second Edition). International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Russell Press, Nottingham, UK.

Environment Protection Agency (1995) Best Practice in Environmental Management in Mining. Environmental Monitoring and Performance. Environment Protection Agency, Canberra.

Fuller K (1999) Quality and Quality Control in EIA. In Petts J (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. Volume 2 (pp.55-82). Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK.

Glasson J (1999) Environmental Impact Assessment – Impact on Decisions. In Petts J (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. Volume 1 (pp.121-144). Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK.

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International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) and the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) (1999) Principles of EIA Best Practice. IAIA, Fargo, North Dakota. (http:/www.iaia.org/publications).

Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (1999), Draft Guidelines on Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making. Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment, Lincoln, UK.

Jones C (1999) Screening, Scoping and Consideration of Alternatives. In Petts J (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment (Volume 1), pp. 201-228. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford, UK.

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Lee N and Colley R (1992) Reviewing the Quality of Environmental Statements. Occasional Paper Number 24, EIA Centre, University of Manchester.

Leistritz L (1998) Economic and Fiscal Impact Assessment. In Porter A and Fittipaldi J (eds) Environmental Methods Review: Retooling Impact Assessment for the New Century (pp. 219-227). The Press Club, Fargo, USA.

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New Zealand, Ministry for the Environment (1992) Scoping of Environmental Effects. Ministry for the Environment, Wellington.

OECD (1992) Guidelines on Environment and Aid: Good Practices for Environmental Impact Assessment of Development Projects. OECD, Paris.

OECD (1992) Economic Instruments for Environmental Management in Developing Countries. OECD, Paris.

OECD/DAC (1994) Towards Coherence in Environmental Assessment: Results of the Project on Coherence of Environmental Assessment for International Bilateral Aid. 3 Vols. Canadian International Development Agency, Ottawa.

Petts J (1999) (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment Volume 2: Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice: Impact and Limitations. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford, UK.

Sadar HM and Associates (1995) Environmental Impact Assessment. Impact Assessment Centre, Carleton University, Ottawa.

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Sadler B (1996) Environmental Assessment in a Changing World: Evaluating Practice to Improve Performance. (Final Report of the International Study of the Effectiveness of Environmental Assessment). Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and International Association for Impact Assessment, Ottawa, Canada.

Sadler B (1998) Ex Post Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Environmental Assessment (pp.30-40). In Porter A and Fittipaldi J (eds) Environmental Methods Review: Retooling Impact Assessment for the New Century. The Press Club, Fargo, USA.

Sadler B and Verheem R (1996) Strategic Environmental Assessment: Status, Challenges and Future Directions. Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, The Hague.

Sanchez-Silva R and Cruz-Ulloa S (1994) Environmental Impact of an Agricultural Project in La Roca, Oxaca, Mexico. Impact Assessment. Vol 12 (1).

Sanvicens G (1995) Environmental Monitoring and Audit of the Airport Core Programme Projects in Hong Kong. Environmental Protection Department, Hong Kong.

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Scott Wilson Ltd (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment: Issues, Trends and Practice. Environment and Economics Unit, UNEP, Nairobi.

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UNECE (1991) Policies and Systems of Environmental Impact Assessment. United Nations, New York.

UNECE (1990) Post Project Analysis in Environmental Impact Assessment. United Nations, New York.

UNDP (1992) Handbook and Guidelines for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. Environment and Natural Resources Group, UNDP, New York.

UNEP, US National Agency for Space Aeronautics and World Bank (1999) Protecting Our Planet, Securing Our Future. UNEP, Nairobi.

US Council on Environmental Quality (1981) Memorandum: Scoping Guidance. Council on Environmental Quality, Washington. D.C.

Wathern P (1988) An Introductory Guide to EIA in Wathern P (ed) Environmental Impact Assessment: Theory and Practice (pp.1–28) Routledge, London.

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World Bank (1996) Analysis of Alternatives in Environmental Assessment. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update No. 17, Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1995) Environmental Assessment Challenges and Good Practice. Environment Department Papers No. 18, World Bank, Washington D.C

World Bank (1999) Environmental Management Plans. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update No. 25, Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1991) Environmental Assessment Sourcebook (three volumes). Technical Papers Nos. 139, 140 and 154, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1996) International Agreements on Environment and Natural Resources: Relevance and Application in Environmental Assessment. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update No. 10.  World Bank, Washington, D.C.

World Bank (1999) Environment Matters. (Annual Review on the Environment). Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C. 

World Bank (1993) Environmental Screening. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update No. 7, Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1997) Health Aspects of Environmental Assessment.  Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update, Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1995) Public Involvement in Environmental Assessment Requirements, Opportunities and Issues. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook Update No. 5, Environment Department, World Bank, Washington D.C.

World Bank (1996) The Impact of Environmental Assessment – A Review of World Bank Experience. World Bank, Washington, D.C.

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Further Reading

Arts J and Noteboom S (1999) Environmental Impact Assessment Monitoring and Auditing. In Hillary R and Jolly A (eds) (2000) The CBI Environmental Management Handbook. Earthscan, London, UK.

British Medical Association (1998) Health and Environmental Impact Assessment: An Integrated Approach. Kogan Page, London, UK.

Bulleid P (1997) Assessing the Need for EIA. In Weston J (ed) Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice, (pp. 26-41). Longman, Harlow, UK.

Canter L (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment (Second Edition). McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New York.

Commission of the European Communities (CEC), Directorate-General for Development (1993) Environment Manual Development Procedures and Methodology Governing Lome IV Development Co-operation Projects – User’s Guide. CEC, Brussels.

Commission of the European Communities (CEC) Directorate General for Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection (1993) Review Checklist. (CEC) Brussels.

Davis S and Rukuba-Ngaiza N (1998) Meaningful Consultation in Environmental Assessments. Social Development Note No.39, World Bank, Washington D.C.

Fisher R and Ury W (1981) Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In. Houghton Mifflin. Boston, Mass.

Department of Planning and Development, Victoria (1995) Environment Effects Statement Consultative Committees: Guidelines for Operation and MembershipE. Melbourne, Australia.

Donnelly A, Dalal-Clayton B and Hughes R (1998) A Directory of Impact Assessment Guidelines, (Second Edition). International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Russell Press, Nottingham.

EIA Centre, University of Manchester (1995) Leaflet 11: Reviewing Environmental Impact Statements. EIA Centre, University of Manchester, UK.

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) (1992) Environmental Procedures. EBRD, London.

European Commission (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment. Guidance on Scoping. Directorate General for Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection, Brussels.

European Commission (1995) Scoping in Environmental Impact Assessment—A Practical Guide. Directorate General for Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection, Brussels.

Glasson J, Therivel R and Chadwick A (1999) Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment. UCL Press, London.

Goodland R. and Mercier J-R (1999) The Evolution of Environmental Assessment in the World Bank: From ‘Approval’ to Results. Environment Department papers No. 67, World Bank, Washington D.C.

Jones C (1999) Screening, Scoping and Consideration of Alternatives. In Petts J (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. (Vol. 1, pp. 201-228). Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK.

Kristoffersen H and Tesli A (eds) (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment in the Baltic Countries and Poland – Screening and Quality Control. Nordic Council of Ministers, NORD 12, Copenhagen.

Netherlands, Commission for Environmental Impact Assessment (1994) EIA Methodology: Scoping of Alternatives – A Study Based on Ten Representative Cases. Commission for Environmental Impact Assessment, Utrecht.

OECD /DAC (1994) Towards Coherence in Environmental Assessment: Results of the Project on Coherence of Environmental Assessment for International Bilateral Aid. 3 Vols. Canadian International Development Agency, Ottawa.

Participatory Learning and Action Notes 32 (1998) Participation, Literacy and Empowerment.*

Porter A and Fittipaldi J (eds) (1998) Environmental Methods Review: Retooling Impact Assessment for the New Century. The Press Club, Fargo, USA.

Petts J (1999) (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment Volume 2: Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice: Impact and Limitations. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford, UK.

Petts J (1999) Public Participation and Environmental Impact Assessment. In Petts J (ed) Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. Vol. 1, pp145-176. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford, UK.

Reitbergen-McCracken J and Narayan D (1998) Participation and Social Assessment: Tools and Techniques. Book and video tape. World Bank, Washington D.C.

Roberts R (1995) Public Involvement: From Consultation to Participation. In Vanclay F and Bronstein D (eds) Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (pp221-248). John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.

Sadler B (1996) Environmental Assessment in a Changing World. Final Report of the International Study of the Effectiveness of Environmental Assessment. Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and International Association for Impact Assessment, Ottawa.

Scott Wilson Ltd. (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment: Issues, Trends and Practice. Environment and Economics Unit, UNEP, Nairobi.

Vanclay F and Bronstein D (eds) (1995) Environmental and Social Impact Assessment. Wiley, Chichester, UK.

World Bank (1995) Environmental Auditing. Update. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook. World Bank, Washington, D.C.

World Bank (1995) Environmental Assessment Challenges and Good Practice. Paper No. 018. Environmental Management Series. Washington, D.C.

World Bank (1991) Environmental Assessment Sourcebook. Volume 1. World Bank Technical Paper No. 139, Washington, D.C.

World Bank (1997) Environmental Performance Monitoring and Supervision. Update. Environmental Assessment Sourcebook. World Bank, Washington, DC.

World Bank (1998) Social Development Update: Making Development More Inclusive and Effective. Social Development Paper. No.27. Washington, D.C.

* Participatory Learning and Action Notes are issued by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) to review themes and approaches to involving people in defining their needs and opportunities and taking action to realise them. The series has particular focus on the experience of developing countries. See also the website of the Resource Centre for Participatory Learning at: http://www.rcpla.org/

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