Principles of International Environmental Law

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Environmental impact assessment

H. A. Becker and A. L. Porter, Methods and Experiences in Impact Assessment
(1986); W. Kennedy, ‘The Directive on Environmental Impact Assessment’, 8 En-
vironmental Policy and Law
84 (1988); C. Klein-Chesivoir, ‘Avoiding Environmen-
tal Injury: The Case for Widespread Use of Environmental Impact Assessments
in International Development Projects’, 30 Virginia Journal of International Law
517 (1990); R. Macrory, ‘Environmental Assessment: Critical Legal Issues in Im-
plementation’, in D. Vaughan (ed.), EC Environmental and Planning Law (1990);
W. Futrell, ‘Environmental Assessment: The Necessary First Step in Successful En-
vironmental Strategies’, 10 UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal 234 (1991); P. Sands
and D. Alexander, ‘Assessing the Impact’, 141 New Law Journal 1487 (1991);
N. Robinson, ‘International Trends in Environmental Impact Assessment’, 19
Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 591 (1992); R. Stewart, ‘Envi-
ronmental Risk Assessment: The Divergent Methodologies of Economists, Lawyers
and Scientists’, 10 Environment and Planning Law Journal 10 (1993); M. Yeater and
L. Kurukulasuriya, ‘Environmental Impact Assessment Legislation in Developing
Countries’, in Sun Lin and L. Kurukulasuriya (eds.), UNEP’S New Way Forward:
Environmental Law and Sustainable Development
(1995); P. Okowa, ‘Procedural
Obligations in International Environmental Agreements’, 67 BYIL 275 (1996);
UNEP, Environmental Impact Assessment: Issues, Trends and Practise (1996);
J. Glasson, J. Chadwick and R. Therivel, An Introduction to Environmental Impact
Assessment
(1999, 2nd edn); J. Ebbeson, ‘Innovative Elements and Expected Effec-
tiveness of the 1991 EIA Convention’, 19 Environmental Impact Assessment Review
47 (1999); K. Gray, ‘International Environmental Impact Assessment: Potential
for a Multilateral Environmental Agreement’, 11 Colorado Journal of Environmen-
tal Law and Policy
83 (2000); J. Knox, ‘The Myth and Reality of Transboundary
Environmental Impact Assessment’, 96 AJIL 291 (2002).


Introduction

Environmental impact assessments emerged internationally after the 1972 Stockholm Conference and are now an established international and domestic legal technique for integrating environmental considerations into

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