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Towards an environmental assessment network
Thomas H. Shillington
|Other titles||Vers un réseau de l"évaluation environnementale|
|Statement||by Tom Shillington and Patrice LeBlanc = Vers un réseau de l"évaluation environnementale : étude internationale sur l"efficacité de l"évaluation environnementale / par Tom Shillington et Patrice LeBlanc.|
|Contributions||LeBlanc, Patrice., Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency., International Association for Impact Assessment.|
|LC Classifications||GE160.C2 S55 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||96152064|
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Towards an environmental assessment network: international study of the effectiveness of environmental assessment Author: Thomas H Shillington ; Patrice LeBlanc ; Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
TOWARDS AN EA NETWORK: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY This section outlines how the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (Agency) is developing its Internet site.
Canada’s experience may be of interest and value to other countries and international organizations interested in becoming part of an EA network. Towards an environmental assessment network: international study of the effectiveness of environmental assessment Author: Tom Shillington ; Patrice LeBlanc ; Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
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