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Title: Strategic environmental assessment: Integrated environmental management
Authors: Audouin, M
Govender, K
Keywords: Environmental conditions
Socio-Economic conditions
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism
Citation: Audouin, M and Govender, K. 2004. Strategic environmental assessment: integrated environmental management. Information Series 10, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, pp 18
Series/Report no.: Workflow;6370
Information Series;10
Abstract: This document has been written for a wide audience. Its objective is to serve as an initial reference text. The aim is to provide an introductory information source to government authorities, environmental practitioners, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), industry, project proponents, academics, students and other interested and affected parties (I&APs). This document focuses on concepts, principles and the general characteristics of SEA. In Section 3, the benefits of SEA are presented. Thereafter, certain milestones in the evolution of SEA internationally, and in South Africa, are briefly described. In Section 5, examples of principles and performance criteria for SEA are listed and in Section 6 key characteristics of selected SEA approaches are summarised. Recommendations for best practice are listed in Section 7. This document does not prescribe or recommend specific methods, but rather provides an overview of the nature of SEA.
Description: Copyright: 2004. Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism.
URI: http://www.environment.gov.za/documents/publications/2005jan7/book5.pdf
ISBN: 0-9584728-6-6
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