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Planning and Launch of the Canadian Federal EIA Policy & Procedure

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Published on May 13, 2012

Interested in the origins and development of EIA in Canada and the USA, including NEPA? Patrick Duffy was involved at the very beginning and gives us a tour through those early days. A piece of our history you don't want to miss. "Planning and Launch of the Canadian Federal EIA Policy and Procedure" was Patrick's talk to a luncheon meeting of the IAIA's Western and Northern Canada (WNC) affiliate of IAIA on 11 November 2011. Questions? Contact Patrick Duffy (pjduffy@shaw.ca).

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  1. 7

    Ecosystem services: What is it about?

  2. 8

    IAIA13: 7.4.2 Consultations and Engagements with Indigenous Peoples

  3. 9

    IAIA12, 8 4 Human rights impact assessment roundtable

  4. 10

    IAIA12, 10 3 Around the world in 80+ minutes with HIAs in the energy sector

  5. 11

    Ireland UK Branch

  6. 12

    IAIA WNC Western and Northern Canada

  7. 13

    APAI Associação Portuguesa de Avaliação de Impactes

  8. 14

    AEIAN Association for Environmental Impact Assessment of Nigeria

  9. 15

    IAIA13

  10. 16

    AEEIA Asociación Española de Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental

  11. 17

    IAIA12, 8 1 Delivering environmental outcomes in infrastructure and energy projects I

  12. 18

    IAIA12, Opening plenary

  13. 19

    IAIA12, 13 2 Mainstreaming stakeholder consultation and engagement in context of impact

  14. 20

    IAIA12, Closing plenary Awards

  15. 21

    IAIA12, 3 10 Understanding impacts of renewable energy projects

  16. 22

    IAIA12, 2 2 Oil and gas industries and responsible development

  17. 23

    IAIA12, 1.2 Can IA help decide the future of Energina

  18. 24

    IAIA12, 4 1 Trust me; I'm an expert

  19. 25

    IAIA12, 1 6 Gone with the Wind, Presentation and conclusions

  20. 26

    IAIA12, 1 6 Gone with the Wind, Group discussions

  21. Planning and Launch of the Canadian Federal EIA Policy & Procedure

  22. 28

    Politics and rights: where does IA stand?

  23. 29

    IAIA Board of Directors Invitation in Korean

  24. 30

    Portuguese invitation to IAIA12

  25. 31

    IAIA Board of Directors invites you to IAIA12

  26. 32

    IAIA SEA Prague, Session 1.2 Status Updates from the European Community and Others (2), pt.3

  27. 33

    IAIA SEA Prague, Session 1.2 Status Updates from the European Community and Others (2), pt.2

  28. 34

    IAIA SEA Prague, Session 1.2 Status Updates from the European Community and Others (2), pt.1

  29. 35

    IAIA SEA Prague, 2011, Session 1.3 Status Updates from an International Perspective, pt. 3

  30. 36

    IAIA SEA Prague, 2011, Session 1.3 Status Updates from an International Perspective, pt. 2

  31. 37

    IAIA SEA Prague, 2011, Session 1.3 Status Updates from an International Perspective, pt. 1

  32. 38

    IAIA SEA Prague, 2011, Session 7.2 Integration of Multiple Strategic Assessments, pt.2

  33. 39

    IAIA SEA Prague, 2011, Session 7.2 Integration of Multiple Strategic Assessments, pt.1

  34. 40

    Key Issues Related to SEA for Cohesion Policy

  35. 41

    Key Issues Related to SEA for Cohesion Policy

  36. 42

    Closing plenary: Partidario, Smutny, Verheem, Loayza

  37. 43

    opening plenary panel part1 v2

  38. 44

    When Are Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEAs) Making A Difference To Decision-making

  39. 45

    Submitting papers to IAPA: An interactive workshop

  40. 46

    Submitting papers to IAPA: An interactive workshop

  41. 47

    Submitting papers to IAPA: An interactive workshop

  42. 48

    Submitting papers to IAPA: An interactive workshop

  43. 49

    Submitting papers to IAPA: An interactive workshop

  44. 50

    Public participation, value conflict, and the politics of impact assessment I

  45. 51

    Public participation, value conflict, and the politics of impact assessment I

  46. 52

    Public participation and public hearings in India

  47. 53

    Public participation as a means of ESIA process

  48. 54

    Modernizing and strengthening Cree participation

  49. 55

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  50. 56

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  51. 57

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  52. 58

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  53. 59

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  54. 60

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  55. 61

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  56. 62

    A visit to the orphanage of impact assessment

  57. 63

    Closing plenary

  58. 64

    Closing plenary: Stephen Lintner

  59. 65

    Closing plenary: Stephen Lintner

  60. 66

    Opening plenary: Miguel Equihua

  61. 67

    Opening plenary: Mariachi band

  62. 68

    Opening plenary: Luis E. Montañez Cartaxo

  63. 69

    Opening plenary: Pedro Álvarez Icaza

  64. 70

    Opening plenary: Pedro Álvarez Icaza

  65. 71

    Opening plenary: Miguel Equihua

  66. 72

    Environmental cooperation with Oil for Development programme countries

  67. 73

    Embedding the EIA process in PEMEX project cycle

  68. 74

    Indigenous Peoples: Vital partner

  69. 75

    Indigenous Peoples: Vital partner

  70. 76

    e-SHRIMP Four Years On: Report On User Experience

  71. 77

    e-SHRIMP Four Years On: Report On User Experience

  72. 78

    Environmental cooperation with Oil for Development programme countries

  73. 79

    IAIA affiliate: Portugal

  74. 80

    IAIA affiliate: Korea

  75. 81

    IAIA affiliates discussion pt1

  76. 82

    IAIA affiliate: Spain

  77. 83

    IAIA start-up: Nigeria

  78. 84

    IAIA pilot affiliate: Mozambique

  79. 85

    IAIA branch: Ireland-UK

  80. 86

    IAIA affiliate: South Africa

  81. 87

    IAIA affiliates discussion pt2

  82. 88

    IAIA affiliate: AQUEI Canada

  83. 89

    IAIA affiliate: WNC Canada

  84. 90

    EIS on hatchery management and funding in the U.S.

  85. 91

    EIS on hatchery management and funding in the U.S.

  86. 92

    Risk assessment: Impact on fisheries sector

  87. 93

    Risk assessment: Impact on fisheries sector

  88. 94

    Supporting electric transmission siting decisions

  89. 95

    Supporting electric transmission siting decisions

  90. 96

    Potential impacts on flamingos, Bolivia

  91. 97

    Potential impacts on flamingos, Bolivia

  92. 98

    Electric system and social responsibility

  93. 99

    Electric system and social responsibility

  94. 100

    EIA and transmission lines siting

  95. 101

    EIA and transmission lines siting

  96. 102

    Integrating ecosystem services in land use plans

  97. 103

    Ecosystem services for sustainable socioeconomic development

  98. 104

    Ecosystem services for sustainable socioeconomic development

  99. 105

    Ecosystem services and social benefits of rivers

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