ISSN 1461-5517 (Print); ISSN: 1471-5465 (Online)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Welcome to a roundtable discussion on strengthening impact assessment
Morrison-Saunders, Angus; Retief, Francois
Strengthening impact assessment: a call for integration and focus
Morrison-Saunders, Angus; Pope, Jenny; Gunn, Jill A.E.; Bond, Alan; Retief, Francois
Impact assessment: there can be strength in diversity!
Fischer, Thomas B.
Integration and focus from the perspective of social impact assessment: a response to Morrison-Saunders et al.
From neighbors to future generations: we are all together! On integration in impact assessment practice
Sánchez, Luis Enrique
Integration of impact assessment types improves consideration of alternatives
The impact assessment we want
Kim, Myungjin; Wolf, Charlie
A basic need for integration – bringing focus to the scoping process
Canter, Larry; Ross, Bill
Strengthening impact assessment: what problems do integration and focus fix?
Greig, Lorne; Duinker, Peter
The impact assessment ‘arms race’ and visions for the future
Cashmore, Matthew; Morgan, Richard K.
International perspectives on the strengthening of impact assessment through integration and focus
Retief, Francois; Bond, Alan; Gunn, Jill A.E.; Pope, Jenny; Morrison-Saunders, Angus
Current practice in biodiversity impact assessment and prospects for developing an integrated process
González, Ainhoa; Keneghan, Damien; Fry, John; Hochstrasser, Tamara
EIA and EMS integration: not wasting the opportunity
Hollands, Rid; Palframan, Lisa
Environmental impact assessment and the planning process of major sports events in Brazil: a case study of the Rio 2007 Pan American Games
Pereira, Gisele; Ganser, Robin; Wood, Graham; De Conto, Suzana Maria
Citizen (dis)engagement during assessment of sports mega-events: the case of the 2013 Universiade in Kazan, Russia
Perceptions of public participation in impact assessment: a study of offshore oil exploration in Greenland
Olsen, Anna-Sofie Hurup; Hansen, Anne Merrild
Learning from transboundary environmental impact assessment under the Espoo Convention: a case of the Neman Hydropower Plant, Belarus