Officials Ask Congress to Streamline Environmental Review
- Virginia creates incentives for voluntary assessments. // Pit & Quarry;Sep95, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p8
Focuses on a legislation passed by the 1995 session of the Virginia General Assembly that offers facility owners and operators incentives to conduct voluntary environmental assessments and cleanups in their facilities.
- Case law analysis. The EIA process and the directly enforceable rights of citizens. Upton, W // Journal of Environmental Law;2001, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p89
Presents a case law analysis on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process and citizens direct enforceable rights in Europe. Consideration of the House of Lords to the directive set in the preamble; Distinctiveness of the EIA regime; Relevance of the environmental information.
- Impact. // New Internationalist;Sep97, Issue 294, p5
Focuses on the law demanding public environmental impact assessments by the Japanese government for public works projects. Which department is responsible for this project.
- Canada. // Nuclear Law Bulletin;2012, Issue 90, p167
A summary is presented of the Canada Environmental Assessment Act, 2012, which respects the environmental assessment of certain activities and the prevention of significant adverse environmental effects.
- When Good Law Isn't Good Enough. // Environmental Forum;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p22
An excerpt is presented from an article in the magazine "New Scientist" (title, author, and date not provided) on environmental impact assessments in developing countries.
- Turtle Bay Resort. // AirGuide Online.com;11/9/2009, p23
The article reports on the Supreme Court hearing on the applicability of a 24-year-old environmental impact statement to the expansion proposal of the Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu, Hawaii.
- THE CHANGES TO THE EIA DIRECTIVE: A PRIMER. // Planning (14672073);4/25/2014, Issue 1981, p04
The offers information on amendments to the environmental impact assessment (EIA) directive adopted by the European Union council in April 2014.
- Constitutional Court halts legislation exempting companies from environmental obligations. // Journal of Turkish Weekly;7/7/2014, p9
The article discusses action by Turkey's Constitutional Court to halt legislation that exempted companies from performing environmental impact assessments, focusing on the projects that this affects including the building of dams and bridges around Turkey.
- Europe toughens impact assessment law. // Chemical Week;10/18/1995, Vol. 157 Issue 14, p8
Reports that the European Parliament (EP) has approved a series of amendments that will make the 1984 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) directive tougher on the chemical industry. Requirement for the submission of EIA's for proposed projects.