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We're paying more for #energy even though we use less.

“U.S. consumption of nuclear power totaled 769 million megawatthours in 2012, a 3-percent decrease from 2011.  The top generation states were Illinois, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina.  277 more words

Public Objection to the Construction of a dam in Hammana

On public resistance to dam in Hammana and accusation of improper administration procedures, including EIA study.

Click here for the original article (Arabic)

Environment In The News

Mandatory Environmental Corporate Social Responsibility: Can Canada become a leader?

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has become an integral part of the corporate decision-making process. This acceptance of EIA as a project decision making tool with processes for identifying and evaluating impacts has translated into the world of corporate management with the creation of various public reports on corporate social responsibility (CSR). 492 more words


Incorporating Climate Change in EIA

by: Adam Pinchefsky

Climate Change has been recognized as a serious global issue for decades, but to date our actions have been inadequate to deal with the problem. 634 more words

Career Paths for Environmental Impact Assessment Graduates

by Dana Feingold

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Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is a trans-disciplinary field that integrates public policy, qualitative analysis, quantitative and statistical analysis, GIS mapping, stakeholder engagement, long-range planning, scientific expertise, and many other knowledge areas.  407 more words

The minimum principles on shale in practice: The case of Stara Kiszewa in Poland

Michal Tarka, in his very interesting blog post on SHIP published the outcomes of a case study of the Polish Stara Kiszewa license area which is assessing the existing regime under the light of the provisions of the Recommendation. 198 more words


Love MacRitchie song and radio interview with the producers

On 6 January 2014, Australian radio channel, Wonderful World Music Network (94.1FM 3WBC) featured the Love Our MacRitchie Forest movement on its hour-long sustainable lifestyle show “What a Wonderful World”. 271 more words

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