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Main Title The legal and regulatory framework for environmental impact assessments : a study of selected countries in Sub-Saharan Africa /
Author Bekhechi, Mohamed Abdelwahab.
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Mercier, Jean-Roger
Publisher World Bank,
Year Published 2002
OCLC Number 49982782
ISBN 082135115X; 9780821351154
Subjects Environmental law--Africa, Sub-Saharan. ; Environmental impact analysis--Law and legislation--Africa, Sub-Saharan. ; Nigeria. ; Environmental impact analysis--Africa, Sub-Saharan
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http://elibrary.worldbank.org.proxy.library.carleton.ca/content/book/9780821351154
Full text http://documents.worldbank.org/record?docid=000094946_02051004035924
Full text; http://dx.doi.org/10.1596/0-8213-5115-X
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EJBM  KQC705.B45 2002 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 10/11/2002
Collation xvii, 153 pages ; 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-153).
Contents Notes Decret no. 99-954 relatif áa la mise en compatibilité des investissements avec l'environnement (Madagascar) -- Environmental assessment policy : Cabinet Resolution 16.8.94/002 (Namibia) -- Environmental impact assessment decree 1992 (Nigeria). Environmental impact assessment, or EIA as it is known, is a procedures for evaluating the impact, proposed activities may have on the environment. In recent years, significant strides have been made to build a legal foundation for EIAs in Sub-Saharan Africa. Whereas EIAs typically used to be carried out only to meet requirements of foreign donors, they are now mandated in twenty two Sub-Saharan countries, as an important element of domestic environmental law, and policy. This publication traces the development of EIA, both in terms of national policies, and international law, and, analyzes EIA-related laws and regulations in those countries. The substantive components of EIA requirements, as well as the similarities, and differences of the various national statutes, are noted and commented upon. Special attention is paid to the role, and degree of public participation, for the further development of law, and policy with respect to environmental impact assessments in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Place Published Washington, D.C. :
Alternate Title Environmental impact assessments
PUB Date Free Form c2002.
Series Title Traced Law, justice, and development
BIB Level m
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Merged OCLC records 992373712
OCLC Time Stamp 20021011132501
Language eng
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Type CAT
OCLC Rec Leader 00944cam 2200253Ia 45020