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Environmental Impact Statements. A Comprehensive Guide to Project and Strategic Planning. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2214115
  • Book
  • June 2000
  • 368 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
One-stop, step-by-step guidance in the "how" of EIS project andstrategic planning

This outstanding guide focuses on the Environmental ImpactStatement (EIS) not merely as a document to be prepared, but as aprocess and framework for the planning of programs and projects. Itpresents state-of-the-art strategies, tools, techniques, andmethodologies for managing EIS projects of any size and emphasizespractical approaches to problems that have traditionally hinderedNational Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance andpractice.

This single, comprehensive volume synthesizes and describes allrelevant guidance and requirements that the EIS document mustsatisfy and illustrates relevant requirements with lessons fromcase law. Employing an incremental, building-block approach todescribe the entire EIS planning process in complete detail, thisindispensable handbook guides readers through each step of theprocess and provides:

Step-by-step guidance on using the Total Federal Planning (TFP)strategy to reduce time and effort and streamline the entire EISprocess

A complete EIS checklist to ensure that every item is accountedfor when preparing the statement

Tools from value engineering theory, TQM, and systems planningfor rendering the early decision-making process more efficient andeffective

Professionals in government, consulting, and the private sector whoseek to master NEPA, beginners and experts alike, will findEnvironmental Impact Statements to be the most economical, helpful,and complete resource available anywhere.
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Initiating the EIS Process: An Integrated and SystematicApproach.

Preparing the EIS: An Integrated and Systematic Approach.

The Environmental Impact Statement: DocumentationRequirements.

Implementing the Agency's Decision.

Total Federal Planning: A Unifying Strategy for Integrating FederalPlanning.



About the Author.

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Charles H. Eccleston
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