8. EIA Reporting

The EIA report or impact statement is a primary document for decisionmaking. It organises the information obtained and synthesises the results of the studies and consultations undertaken. A full yet concise account should be given of the likely environmental impacts of a proposal, the recommended measures for mitigating and managing them and the significance of any residual effects.

The audience for an EIA report includes the authorising and implementing agencies, other interested parties and the affected public. Because of its importance as a communications tool, the EIA report needs to be well

organised and clearly written. An effective report will be written both in plain language for non-experts but also to appropriate technical standards.

Learning Outcomes of this Section

On successful completion of this Section, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate awareness of the importance of appropriate EIA reporting;
  • Understand and explain the elements of EIA Statements and processes for report production

Demonstrate familiarity with guidelines to assist EIA Reporting

June 12, 2006 Uncategorized — brendan @ 4:22 pm

2 Comments »

  1. I am writing this because i have got an interest in doing EIA course but i am living in Botswana. I wanted to know if you are not able to offer online courses.
    Please help

    Comment by Mr. JOHN MORE — April 13, 2010 @ 5:22 pm

  2. i am doing a research about screening in botswana,so i would like you to help me about the EIA screening process, how is carried out in botswana.thank you

    Comment by keseneilwe pearl phomolo — September 20, 2012 @ 6:35 pm

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