ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES IN CANADA AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION
Environmental assessment (EA) and procedures are of growing importance and concern to those involved in or affected by large physical projects, including transportation projects. Today, two decades after the first EA requirements were implemented in Canada, the federal government and every provincial and territorial government has some form of EA process in place. This report discusses the EA process in Canada, its evolution, common principles and practices, and current issues with respect to the application of EA legislation. The report also describes the EA process and practice in the federal government and in each province and territory.
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- Smith, R
- Publication Date: 1994-4
- Pagination: 134 p.
- TAC Synthesis of Practice
- Issue Number: 1
- Publisher: Transportation Association of Canada
- TRT Terms: Environmental impact analysis; Federal government; History; Legislation; Project management; Transportation
- Uncontrolled Terms: Principles; Projects
- Geographic Terms: Canada; Canadian Provinces
- Subject Areas: History; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00712517
- Record Type: Publication
- ISBN: 1895102774
- Files: TRIS, ATRI
- Created Date: Oct 24 1995 12:00AM