Environment Impact Assessment and Statement. By : Kawaldeep Singh (50802036) Mandeepak Singh (50802038) Rajdeep Singh (50802053) Shivkaran Singh (50802061) Sukhdeep Singh Brar (50802064). Role of Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) :.
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Assessment and Statement
Kawaldeep Singh (50802036)
Mandeepak Singh (50802038)
Rajdeep Singh (50802053)
Shivkaran Singh (50802061)
Sukhdeep Singh Brar (50802064)
Over recent years,
EIAs have become firmly entrenched as a mainstream part of the planning process.
Even when EIA may not be a statutory requirement have a proven track record of helping to appease public concern or opposition to a development and reassuring planners
Air Environment :
Water Environment :
Primary data can not be generated on quantity in the timeframe, dependence only on secondary data .
Land and Biological Environment :
Data for land use / land pattern is available through remote sensing data but availability of toposheets is a constraint in certain areas.
Social and Health Environment :
The EIA process addresses the following environmental effects:
NEPA called for:
- the environmental impact of proposals
- any adverse effects which cannot be avoided
This process became known as
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
The EIA process should be:
The EIA process comprises