IAIA19 Submitted Paper & Presentation Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA19 Annual Conference paper & presentation abstracts.

Abstracts: Approved Paper & Presentation  | Pending Paper & PresentationPosters
  • Plant diversity and ecosystem services assessment

     

    Abstract ID# 5

    Presenting Author: Rahmatullah  Qureshi

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Karot Hydropower Project (KHPP) is inhabited by some of the native/naturalized species such as Adhatoda zeylanica, Carissa opaca, Dodonaea viscosa, Mallotus philippensis, Maytenus royleanus and Themed

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Environmental Design Criteria for Project Design

     

    Abstract ID# 6

    Presenting Author: Simon  Catchpole

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: The environmental criteria for project design are specifications based on an aspects analysis, followed by the application of defensible rules according to: regulations, guidelines, best practice.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Factors for Siting a Used Nuclear Fuel Facility

     

    Abstract ID# 7

    Presenting Author: Melissa  Mayhew |  Coauthor(s):  Matt Evans

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: Benefits and challenges of identifying a site for a used nuclear fuel facility when engineering constraints, bio-physical factors, and social considerations are integrated early in project planning.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • The project itself or the impact assessment proces

     

    Abstract ID# 8

    Presenting Author: Natasha  Reifschneider

    Preferred Session:  From Cannabis to the New Space Race: Evolving and Emerging IA Challenges

    Summary Statement: As IA practitioners, do we have a responsibility to assess not only the impacts of the project on communities, but the impact of the impact assessment process?

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Going digital - Is this Evolution or Revolution

     

    Abstract ID# 9

    Presenting Author: Paul  Eijssen

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: What does a shift to a digital way of working mean? We will explore what’s possible today in working digitally and where we stand with digital reporting today

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Indigenous Knowledge Meets Western Science

     

    Abstract ID# 10

    Presenting Author: Jessica  Perritt |  Coauthor(s):  Melissa Mayhew

    Preferred Session:  Early Planning in Impact Assessment in Canada and Other Countries

    Summary Statement: Early planning for the long-term management of Canada’s used fuel benefits from interweaving Indigenous Knowledge with western science. We describe operationalizing NWMO’s Indigenous Knowledge policy.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • SIA and DRA commonalities: SA regulatory compariso

     

    Abstract ID# 11

    Presenting Author: Leandri  Kruger

    Preferred Session:  Putting the 'social' back into science: quality social impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Comparisons between South African EM and DRM legislation suggest potential opportunities for the integration between SIA and DRA, leading to improved SIA status and practice in South Africa.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • More than a classroom – Training and Capacity Bu

     

    Abstract ID# 12

    Presenting Author: Liz   Green

    Preferred Session:  Capacity building for HIA and for health in IA.

    Summary Statement: This paper outline the new Training and Capacity Building Strategy for HIA in Wales and the associated Knowledge and Skills Framework which includes a breakdown of the roles played in HIA.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • The evolution of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) in

     

    Abstract ID# 13

    Presenting Author: Liz  Green

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: The paper outlines the new statutory requirements for HIA in Wales and what it entails, how this has come to fruition and how Wales's learning could be transferred across sectors and the globe.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Socio-economic impacts of Offshore Wind Farms (OWF

     

    Abstract ID# 15

    Presenting Author: John  Glasson |  Coauthor(s):  Bridget Durning

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental impacts of marine renewable energy

    Summary Statement: Research findings, drawing on the monitoring of EU North Sea projects, on the potential of Offshore Wind Projects to bring socio-economic benefits to often deprived local and regional coastal communit

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Choosing prevention or cure when mitigating biodiv

     

    Abstract ID# 16

    Presenting Author: Joseph  Bull |  Coauthor(s):  E.J. Milner-Gulland

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: When mitigating the biodiversity impacts of economic development, a crucial yet overlooked issue is how much impacts can be avoided (instead of offset). We explore that here.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Significance in Impact Assessment in Canada under

     

    Abstract ID# 17

    Presenting Author: Bill  Ross

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: The new Canadian Impact Assessment Act has virtually done away with the word "significance". This presentation will examine the change and suggest how to make the new act work in spite of the loss.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Gradual or Sudden: System and Science in IA

     

    Abstract ID# 18

    Presenting Author: Myungjin  Kim

    Preferred Session:  Asian S3EA: Strategic, Spatial and Sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: Lessons and experiences learned from gradual or sudden development in system and science of IA are being discussed.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Community involvement in EIA Process in Nigeria

     

    Abstract ID# 19

    Presenting Author: Meshach   Ojile |  Coauthor(s):  Andrew Samuel

    Preferred Session:  Consulting Communities to Assess Impacts, Promote Awareness, Participation

    Summary Statement: Study reports on level of participation/involvement of stakeholder communities in EIA process in oil/gas project planning in part of Niger Delta, Nigeria

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Consultation and cumulative impacts in Queensland

     

    Abstract ID# 20

    Presenting Author: Katie  Meissner

    Preferred Session:  The Cumulative Dimensions of Resource Regions

    Summary Statement: Don’t mention the other mines: a study of participant experience and cumulative impacts in the consultation process for four proposed coal mining developments in Queensland’s Galilee Basin.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Ecosystem Services in Brazilian Hydropower Plannin

     

    Abstract ID# 22

    Presenting Author: Davi Wilkson  Furtado Sozinho |  Coauthor(s):  Amarilis Lucia Casteli Figueiredo Gallardo

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: The Amazon hydropower planning has to recognize the ecosystem services offered by this biome by including them within the cumulative impacts assessment of a set of projects in a watershed

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Community Based Impact Assessment: An Indigenous S

     

    Abstract ID# 23

    Presenting Author: Anders Erling  Fjällås

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: This presentation will describe a community- based impact assessment (CBIA) process that was undertaken by the Semisjaur Njarg Sámi reindeer herding community together with researchers.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Recognition of Indigenous Sámi Rights in Sweden

     

    Abstract ID# 24

    Presenting Author: Jenny  Wik

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: This presentation by the National Swedish Sámi Association, will address the urgent need to address Sàmi rights to land and water.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Life after the Social and Cultural Impacts – Sá

     

    Abstract ID# 25

    Presenting Author: Ragnhild  Nilsson

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: This presentation discusses how impact assessment processes and negotiations with a mining company impacts Sámi reindeer herding communities' own indigenous worldview, values and internal dynamics.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Reindeer husbandry land-use as a case study of pow

     

    Abstract ID# 26

    Presenting Author: Anna-Maria  Fjällström

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: This presentation will examine what indigenous knowledges and Sámi land-use reindeer herding strategies are used and considered legitimate in decisions about extractive industries in northern Sweden.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Living with the impacts of hydro-developments on S

     

    Abstract ID# 27

    Presenting Author: Sanna  Vannar

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: My ancestral homelands and reindeer herding pastures are destroyed due to hydropower developments. This impacts our mental health as young indigenous people trying to use the land today.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Kallak: Mineral exploration on Indigenous Sámi la

     

    Abstract ID# 28

    Presenting Author: Jonas  Vannar

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: I will discuss how we, as an indigenous reindeer herding community, have used our own GIS-programs and traditional knowledge to describe our land use to stakeholders and governmental decision makers.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Including cultural values into biodiversity NNL

     

    Abstract ID# 29

    Presenting Author: Victoria   Griffiths |  Coauthor(s):  Julia Baker ,   Joseph   Bull ,   E.J. Milner-Gulland

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: Biodiversity offsets should not make people worse off. However, there is a lack of empirical research on including cultural ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy and the offsetting process.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Is the oil & gas industry able to adapt to the renewable energy revolution?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Country experiences with evolution in the energy sector and IA requirements

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Fossil energy versus renewable energy - a role play of of impact scenarios

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The rapidly evolving dilemma of fossil fuels versus renewable energy

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  ESIA Leadership: The Role of an ESIA Co-ordinator

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  IA Qualifications, Registrations & Certification Schemes

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Reconciling Compensation for Project Impacts with Conservation Goals

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Revolutionizing IA: Collaborative Planning in the Information Age

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Why Follow-up? Managing the Social Impacts of Transport in Urban Cities

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Transition from EIA to EMS

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Role of HIA in workplace and community health risk management

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Economic impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Formalising revised EIA follow-up best practice principles

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  EIA and Engineering Design Criteria

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Charles or Che? Choose your champion for the future of impact assessment!

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Solutions for conflicts between wind energy technologies and birds

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Digital Impact Assessment – the latest developments

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Value added by Environmental Flows Assessments

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Teaching Impact Assessment: Best Practice Principles and Pedagogy

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Meeting the marine biodiversity challenge

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Mechanisms for independency in IA – How to be truly independent?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? The strategic value of SIA in regional development

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Gender in IA: Paper workshop session for IAPA Special Issue

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Respecting different worldviews: Opportunities & Unfinished Conversations

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Corruption risk in mining IA&approvals. How can we promote good governance?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment the Australian way(s)

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The evolution of the tiering concept: connecting IA and planning levels

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  China’s EIA Process – reshape, challenges and opportunities

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Hits of the 1990s: from revolution to evolution?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Access to Remedy and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Using Organized Reasoning to Improve IA: Supporting Implementation

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and the Social and Cultural Effects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Asian S3EA: Strategic, Spatial and Sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Human Rights and Enterprise Risk Management

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Enabling Multidisciplinary Approaches to Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Putting the 'social' back into science: quality social impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Disasters, Conflict, other Crises and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The Absence of Screening in EIA which can leads to inadequate environmental

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought - Role of Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  DRR, impact assessment, and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Next generation impact assessment law Exploring twelve key components

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of Mitigation Hierarchy in Impact Assessment; are we winning?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment of Project Closure: Meeting the New Expectations

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Current challenges in HIA practice

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Addressing health and social equity through impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Regional Conservation Assessments: A Critical Framework for Planning

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Exploring the need to shakeup biodiversity offset theory and application

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  So much data so little leveraging: How best to collect visualize, and share

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Practical Realities of Implementing the Mitigation Hierarchy

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social License and Impact Assessment of Energy Transitions

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Institutionalising SIA Practice within Government Decision Making

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Beyond Human Health Impact Assessment: Multi-Stakeholder Approaches

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact dilemmas: Mineral development and society in the 21st century

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Whose Impact? Impact dilemmas in the extractive sector

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental impacts of marine renewable energy

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Policy and Legal Framework for CCUS in the Asian Region

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The Social Aspects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Rethinking social licence where to from here?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Operating in emerging countries with high biological and cultural diversity

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming emerging technologies in environmental assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  SIA: How Early is Too Early?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? Fostering ESIA to enhance DRR and Resilience

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Power through (indigenous) partnership: The Tina River Hydro Case (65 chara

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  IA: evolution, revolution - or rather ‘accidental’?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Using case studies in teaching Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment is only good when it is effective

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable agriculture: Food at the social licence crossroads

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Let’s talk about this – Evolution or revolution for IA

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Indigenous and rural peoples' rights in cumulative effects assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Evolving good practices and capacity for greening the transportation sector

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Capacity building for HIA and for health in IA.

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Scope and level of detail for SEA at national and regional scale

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of ESIA practice in Asia-Pacific developing economies

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  An investigation in to the impacts of Training: A focus on Competent Author

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Improving feedback mechanisms from monitoring and reporting for improved IA

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of biodiversity: a capacity development initiative

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Lessons learned from SEAs in Australia

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Orokohanga 2019: Operationalising the Aashukan Declaration

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment Agony Aunts: LIVE!

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  IA in New Zealand: lessons and strategies to enhance practice

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Updating the IAIA HIA international best practice principles paper

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Securing Socio Economic Development through Unorthodox Impact Assessment:

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Creating a Sustainable Energy Society

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  HARMONISATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICA RE

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  THE ETHICAL & SOCIO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS TO IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN THE FUTURE

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Consulting Communities to Assess Impacts, Promote Awareness, Participation

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Practical examples of SDG-focused EIAs

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Indirect Impacts Need Direct Action!

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Roundtable: IAIA’s Climate Change and Impact Assessment Next Steps

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Partnership and Capacity Building in IA: Engaging Women Religious in Africa

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental assessment of automation technologies

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social Indicators for Ethical Commerce and Society on SDGs

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Professional EIA: doing well by doing good or conspiracy against the laity?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Environmental sustainability in large mining projects in developing regions

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Using social IA tools to better inform BES impacts – a call for integrati

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Avoiding cumulative impacts before they occur: roles and responsibilities

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  AI or IA: a disruptive revolution?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment is a blunt tool for biodiversity: yes or no?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Delivering ESIA requirements: the role of procurement

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  International progress in regional-scale impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Labor rights in impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  SEA as Radical Reform

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Capitalising on available resources: synthesising big data

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Improving environmental and social performance on construction projects

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Establishing guidance for heritage and impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social Closure & Decommissioning lessons from experience and future trends

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Biodiversity opportunities in extractive industries’ non-operated lands

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment of the displacement of vulnerable people

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Early Planning in Impact Assessment in Canada and Other Countries

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Maturity Model for Enterprise-Scale Stakeholder Engagement: Prove IA Rigor

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Outputs from Convention on Biological Diversity: Mainstreaming Biodiversity

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  The Cumulative Dimensions of Resource Regions

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessments in the extractive industry:Pros and cons

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Contribution of IA to sustainable hydropower development

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Without Health there is Nothing: Health Impact Achievements in Asia

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Iterative climate change risk management in agricultural projects

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Filling the Evolving IA Governance Gap: Regional vs Federal Authority

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  From Cannabis to the New Space Race: Evolving and Emerging IA Challenges

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  First Nations Health and Well-Being

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Community Driven Socio-economic Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Breaking News: Evolution in the IA Practice

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Strengthening impact assessment in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Mining, Migration and development

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable Smart-Infrastructure Case studies

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Public Private Partnerships and the Asian Infrastructure Gap

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Use of country safeguard systems in international projects–are we ready?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of IA in BRICS countries

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Developing Social Impact Assessment Practitioners: Challenges and Opportuni

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Digital technologies for social impact assessment and resettlement planning

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Seeing the forest for the trees - are offsets the panaceia?

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Navigating social and ecological transformation with Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  PsychoSocial Impact as a Tool for Exposing the Real Cost of Change

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Meet the Editors

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  DRR DLDD impacts and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Tackling health impact assessment challenges multi stakeholder approaches

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Perspectives on Minerals and Society in the 21st Century

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Disaster Risk Reduction and Community Resilience

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Industrial Ecology

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Safeguards policies and IA practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  Actions to advance impact assessment practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Outcome-based management for sustainability

     

    Abstract ID# 30

    Presenting Author: Bryan  Jenkins

    Preferred Session:  IAIA Test Session

    Summary Statement: Outcome-based management is compared with effects-based management. Outcomes-based management is needed to achieve sustainable development rather than the current reliance on effects-based approaches.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • USAID/GHANA ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE FIELD EVALUAT

     

    Abstract ID# 32

    Presenting Author: Henry  Aryeetey

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: Indoor Residual Spraying for malaria control is employed where malaria occurrence exceeds 40% parasitemia, in children under 5. The outcome of environmental compliance conducted in 2015 is discussed.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • How EIA has furthered the conservation of endemic

     

    Abstract ID# 33

    Presenting Author: David  Stanton

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment is a blunt tool for biodiversity: yes or no?

    Summary Statement: Online publication of Hong Kong's EIA reports allows for the review of distribution and status of some lesser-studied taxa, freshwater crabs, in Hong Kong. In turn, these data can help to influence co

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Is the oil & gas industry able to adapt to the renewable energy revolution?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Country experiences with evolution in the energy sector and IA requirements

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Fossil energy versus renewable energy - a role play of of impact scenarios

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The rapidly evolving dilemma of fossil fuels versus renewable energy

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  ESIA Leadership: The Role of an ESIA Co-ordinator

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  IA Qualifications, Registrations & Certification Schemes

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Reconciling Compensation for Project Impacts with Conservation Goals

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Revolutionizing IA: Collaborative Planning in the Information Age

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Why Follow-up? Managing the Social Impacts of Transport in Urban Cities

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Transition from EIA to EMS

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Role of HIA in workplace and community health risk management

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Economic impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Formalising revised EIA follow-up best practice principles

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  EIA and Engineering Design Criteria

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Charles or Che? Choose your champion for the future of impact assessment!

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Solutions for conflicts between wind energy technologies and birds

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Digital Impact Assessment – the latest developments

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Value added by Environmental Flows Assessments

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Teaching Impact Assessment: Best Practice Principles and Pedagogy

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Meeting the marine biodiversity challenge

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Mechanisms for independency in IA – How to be truly independent?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? The strategic value of SIA in regional development

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Gender in IA: Paper workshop session for IAPA Special Issue

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Respecting different worldviews: Opportunities & Unfinished Conversations

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Corruption risk in mining IA&approvals. How can we promote good governance?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment the Australian way(s)

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The evolution of the tiering concept: connecting IA and planning levels

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  China’s EIA Process – reshape, challenges and opportunities

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Hits of the 1990s: from revolution to evolution?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Access to Remedy and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Using Organized Reasoning to Improve IA: Supporting Implementation

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and the Social and Cultural Effects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Asian S3EA: Strategic, Spatial and Sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Human Rights and Enterprise Risk Management

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Enabling Multidisciplinary Approaches to Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Putting the 'social' back into science: quality social impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Disasters, Conflict, other Crises and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The Absence of Screening in EIA which can leads to inadequate environmental

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought - Role of Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  DRR, impact assessment, and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Next generation impact assessment law Exploring twelve key components

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of Mitigation Hierarchy in Impact Assessment; are we winning?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment of Project Closure: Meeting the New Expectations

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Current challenges in HIA practice

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Addressing health and social equity through impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Regional Conservation Assessments: A Critical Framework for Planning

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Exploring the need to shakeup biodiversity offset theory and application

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  So much data so little leveraging: How best to collect visualize, and share

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Practical Realities of Implementing the Mitigation Hierarchy

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social License and Impact Assessment of Energy Transitions

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Institutionalising SIA Practice within Government Decision Making

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Beyond Human Health Impact Assessment: Multi-Stakeholder Approaches

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact dilemmas: Mineral development and society in the 21st century

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

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    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Whose Impact? Impact dilemmas in the extractive sector

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental impacts of marine renewable energy

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Policy and Legal Framework for CCUS in the Asian Region

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The Social Aspects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Rethinking social licence where to from here?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Operating in emerging countries with high biological and cultural diversity

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming emerging technologies in environmental assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  SIA: How Early is Too Early?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? Fostering ESIA to enhance DRR and Resilience

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Power through (indigenous) partnership: The Tina River Hydro Case (65 chara

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  IA: evolution, revolution - or rather ‘accidental’?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Using case studies in teaching Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment is only good when it is effective

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable agriculture: Food at the social licence crossroads

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Let’s talk about this – Evolution or revolution for IA

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Indigenous and rural peoples' rights in cumulative effects assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Evolving good practices and capacity for greening the transportation sector

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Capacity building for HIA and for health in IA.

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Scope and level of detail for SEA at national and regional scale

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of ESIA practice in Asia-Pacific developing economies

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  An investigation in to the impacts of Training: A focus on Competent Author

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Improving feedback mechanisms from monitoring and reporting for improved IA

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of biodiversity: a capacity development initiative

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Lessons learned from SEAs in Australia

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Orokohanga 2019: Operationalising the Aashukan Declaration

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment Agony Aunts: LIVE!

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  IA in New Zealand: lessons and strategies to enhance practice

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Updating the IAIA HIA international best practice principles paper

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Securing Socio Economic Development through Unorthodox Impact Assessment:

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Creating a Sustainable Energy Society

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  HARMONISATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICA RE

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  THE ETHICAL & SOCIO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS TO IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN THE FUTURE

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Consulting Communities to Assess Impacts, Promote Awareness, Participation

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Practical examples of SDG-focused EIAs

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Indirect Impacts Need Direct Action!

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Roundtable: IAIA’s Climate Change and Impact Assessment Next Steps

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Partnership and Capacity Building in IA: Engaging Women Religious in Africa

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental assessment of automation technologies

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social Indicators for Ethical Commerce and Society on SDGs

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Professional EIA: doing well by doing good or conspiracy against the laity?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Environmental sustainability in large mining projects in developing regions

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Using social IA tools to better inform BES impacts – a call for integrati

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Avoiding cumulative impacts before they occur: roles and responsibilities

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  AI or IA: a disruptive revolution?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment is a blunt tool for biodiversity: yes or no?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Delivering ESIA requirements: the role of procurement

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  International progress in regional-scale impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Labor rights in impact assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  SEA as Radical Reform

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Capitalising on available resources: synthesising big data

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Improving environmental and social performance on construction projects

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Establishing guidance for heritage and impact assessments

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social Closure & Decommissioning lessons from experience and future trends

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Biodiversity opportunities in extractive industries’ non-operated lands

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment of the displacement of vulnerable people

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Early Planning in Impact Assessment in Canada and Other Countries

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Maturity Model for Enterprise-Scale Stakeholder Engagement: Prove IA Rigor

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Outputs from Convention on Biological Diversity: Mainstreaming Biodiversity

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  The Cumulative Dimensions of Resource Regions

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessments in the extractive industry:Pros and cons

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Contribution of IA to sustainable hydropower development

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Without Health there is Nothing: Health Impact Achievements in Asia

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Iterative climate change risk management in agricultural projects

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Filling the Evolving IA Governance Gap: Regional vs Federal Authority

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  From Cannabis to the New Space Race: Evolving and Emerging IA Challenges

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  First Nations Health and Well-Being

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Community Driven Socio-economic Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Breaking News: Evolution in the IA Practice

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Strengthening impact assessment in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Mining, Migration and development

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable Smart-Infrastructure Case studies

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Public Private Partnerships and the Asian Infrastructure Gap

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Use of country safeguard systems in international projects–are we ready?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of IA in BRICS countries

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Developing Social Impact Assessment Practitioners: Challenges and Opportuni

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Digital technologies for social impact assessment and resettlement planning

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Seeing the forest for the trees - are offsets the panaceia?

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Navigating social and ecological transformation with Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  PsychoSocial Impact as a Tool for Exposing the Real Cost of Change

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Meet the Editors

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  DRR DLDD impacts and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Tackling health impact assessment challenges multi stakeholder approaches

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Perspectives on Minerals and Society in the 21st Century

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Disaster Risk Reduction and Community Resilience

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Industrial Ecology

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Safeguards policies and IA practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  Actions to advance impact assessment practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Impact Assessment: A Whale in a Cup or Nemo in Spa

     

    Abstract ID# 34

    Presenting Author: Ahmed  Sanda

    Preferred Session:  IAIA Test Session

    Summary Statement: How dynamic is IA’s aspirations, expectations and tools with reference to facts, fiction and tales? What has it achieved and what can it achieve in light of hearsay and politics?

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Is the oil & gas industry able to adapt to the renewable energy revolution?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Country experiences with evolution in the energy sector and IA requirements

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Fossil energy versus renewable energy - a role play of of impact scenarios

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The rapidly evolving dilemma of fossil fuels versus renewable energy

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  ESIA Leadership: The Role of an ESIA Co-ordinator

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  IA Qualifications, Registrations & Certification Schemes

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Reconciling Compensation for Project Impacts with Conservation Goals

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Revolutionizing IA: Collaborative Planning in the Information Age

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Why Follow-up? Managing the Social Impacts of Transport in Urban Cities

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Transition from EIA to EMS

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Role of HIA in workplace and community health risk management

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Economic impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Formalising revised EIA follow-up best practice principles

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  EIA and Engineering Design Criteria

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Charles or Che? Choose your champion for the future of impact assessment!

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Solutions for conflicts between wind energy technologies and birds

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Digital Impact Assessment – the latest developments

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Value added by Environmental Flows Assessments

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Teaching Impact Assessment: Best Practice Principles and Pedagogy

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Meeting the marine biodiversity challenge

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Mechanisms for independency in IA – How to be truly independent?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? The strategic value of SIA in regional development

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Gender in IA: Paper workshop session for IAPA Special Issue

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Respecting different worldviews: Opportunities & Unfinished Conversations

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Corruption risk in mining IA&approvals. How can we promote good governance?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment the Australian way(s)

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The evolution of the tiering concept: connecting IA and planning levels

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  China’s EIA Process – reshape, challenges and opportunities

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Hits of the 1990s: from revolution to evolution?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Access to Remedy and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Using Organized Reasoning to Improve IA: Supporting Implementation

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and the Social and Cultural Effects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Asian S3EA: Strategic, Spatial and Sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Human Rights and Enterprise Risk Management

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Enabling Multidisciplinary Approaches to Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Putting the 'social' back into science: quality social impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Disasters, Conflict, other Crises and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The Absence of Screening in EIA which can leads to inadequate environmental

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought - Role of Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  DRR, impact assessment, and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Next generation impact assessment law Exploring twelve key components

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of Mitigation Hierarchy in Impact Assessment; are we winning?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment of Project Closure: Meeting the New Expectations

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Current challenges in HIA practice

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Addressing health and social equity through impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Regional Conservation Assessments: A Critical Framework for Planning

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Exploring the need to shakeup biodiversity offset theory and application

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  So much data so little leveraging: How best to collect visualize, and share

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Practical Realities of Implementing the Mitigation Hierarchy

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social License and Impact Assessment of Energy Transitions

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Institutionalising SIA Practice within Government Decision Making

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Beyond Human Health Impact Assessment: Multi-Stakeholder Approaches

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact dilemmas: Mineral development and society in the 21st century

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Whose Impact? Impact dilemmas in the extractive sector

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental impacts of marine renewable energy

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Policy and Legal Framework for CCUS in the Asian Region

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The Social Aspects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Rethinking social licence where to from here?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Operating in emerging countries with high biological and cultural diversity

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming emerging technologies in environmental assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  SIA: How Early is Too Early?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? Fostering ESIA to enhance DRR and Resilience

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Power through (indigenous) partnership: The Tina River Hydro Case (65 chara

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  IA: evolution, revolution - or rather ‘accidental’?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Using case studies in teaching Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment is only good when it is effective

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable agriculture: Food at the social licence crossroads

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Let’s talk about this – Evolution or revolution for IA

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Indigenous and rural peoples' rights in cumulative effects assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Evolving good practices and capacity for greening the transportation sector

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Capacity building for HIA and for health in IA.

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Scope and level of detail for SEA at national and regional scale

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of ESIA practice in Asia-Pacific developing economies

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  An investigation in to the impacts of Training: A focus on Competent Author

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Improving feedback mechanisms from monitoring and reporting for improved IA

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of biodiversity: a capacity development initiative

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Lessons learned from SEAs in Australia

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Orokohanga 2019: Operationalising the Aashukan Declaration

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment Agony Aunts: LIVE!

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  IA in New Zealand: lessons and strategies to enhance practice

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Updating the IAIA HIA international best practice principles paper

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Securing Socio Economic Development through Unorthodox Impact Assessment:

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Creating a Sustainable Energy Society

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  HARMONISATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICA RE

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  THE ETHICAL & SOCIO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS TO IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN THE FUTURE

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Consulting Communities to Assess Impacts, Promote Awareness, Participation

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Practical examples of SDG-focused EIAs

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Indirect Impacts Need Direct Action!

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Roundtable: IAIA’s Climate Change and Impact Assessment Next Steps

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Partnership and Capacity Building in IA: Engaging Women Religious in Africa

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental assessment of automation technologies

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social Indicators for Ethical Commerce and Society on SDGs

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Professional EIA: doing well by doing good or conspiracy against the laity?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Environmental sustainability in large mining projects in developing regions

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Using social IA tools to better inform BES impacts – a call for integrati

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Avoiding cumulative impacts before they occur: roles and responsibilities

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  AI or IA: a disruptive revolution?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment is a blunt tool for biodiversity: yes or no?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Delivering ESIA requirements: the role of procurement

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  International progress in regional-scale impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Labor rights in impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  SEA as Radical Reform

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Capitalising on available resources: synthesising big data

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Improving environmental and social performance on construction projects

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Establishing guidance for heritage and impact assessments

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social Closure & Decommissioning lessons from experience and future trends

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Biodiversity opportunities in extractive industries’ non-operated lands

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment of the displacement of vulnerable people

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Early Planning in Impact Assessment in Canada and Other Countries

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Maturity Model for Enterprise-Scale Stakeholder Engagement: Prove IA Rigor

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Outputs from Convention on Biological Diversity: Mainstreaming Biodiversity

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  The Cumulative Dimensions of Resource Regions

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessments in the extractive industry:Pros and cons

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Contribution of IA to sustainable hydropower development

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Without Health there is Nothing: Health Impact Achievements in Asia

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Iterative climate change risk management in agricultural projects

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Filling the Evolving IA Governance Gap: Regional vs Federal Authority

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  From Cannabis to the New Space Race: Evolving and Emerging IA Challenges

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  First Nations Health and Well-Being

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Community Driven Socio-economic Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Breaking News: Evolution in the IA Practice

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Strengthening impact assessment in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Mining, Migration and development

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable Smart-Infrastructure Case studies

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Public Private Partnerships and the Asian Infrastructure Gap

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Use of country safeguard systems in international projects–are we ready?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of IA in BRICS countries

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Developing Social Impact Assessment Practitioners: Challenges and Opportuni

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Digital technologies for social impact assessment and resettlement planning

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Seeing the forest for the trees - are offsets the panaceia?

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Navigating social and ecological transformation with Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  PsychoSocial Impact as a Tool for Exposing the Real Cost of Change

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Meet the Editors

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  DRR DLDD impacts and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Tackling health impact assessment challenges multi stakeholder approaches

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Perspectives on Minerals and Society in the 21st Century

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Disaster Risk Reduction and Community Resilience

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Industrial Ecology

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Safeguards policies and IA practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  Actions to advance impact assessment practice in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Beyond species richness: applying phylogenetic div

     

    Abstract ID# 35

    Presenting Author: Who-Seung  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong ,   Yong-Joon   Joo

    Preferred Session:  IAIA Test Session

    Summary Statement: Using the method of phylogenetic diversity based on a big genetic data, we showed species diversity assessed by phylogenetic diversity is better than species diversity based on arithmetic methods.

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • Right of Way Management System in Cambodia

     

    Abstract ID# 36

    Presenting Author: Samnang  Chea |  Coauthor(s):  Nou Vaddhanak ,   Takayuki   Tsuchida ,   Akira Yamashita ,   Masaki Ochi & Takahiro Kumagai

    Preferred Session:  Improving environmental and social performance on construction projects

    Summary Statement: Ministry of Public Works and Transport of Cambodia supported by JICA has developed right-of-way management system by using UAV mapping and database to identify current situation and prevent new encroachment along the national roads.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • e-Participation

     

    Abstract ID# 37

    Presenting Author: Philippe  Hanna

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: How to ensure the e-Participation of vulnerable and marginalized groups without internet access or digital skills?

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Environmental, Social and Governance Gap Analysis

     

    Abstract ID# 38

    Presenting Author: Michael  Clarke |  Coauthor(s):  Zaglul Khandkar

    Preferred Session:  Contribution of IA to sustainable hydropower development

    Summary Statement: The Hydropower Sustainability Environmental, Social and Governance Gap Analysis Tool (ESG) enables project proponents to identify and address gaps against international good practice by assessing projects according to environmental, social and governance criteria.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Ximena Velez-Zuazo

     

    Abstract ID# 40

    Presenting Author: Ximena  Velez-Zuazo

    Preferred Session:  Meeting the marine biodiversity challenge

    Summary Statement: Dr. Ximena Velez-Zuazo Marine Managing Director, BMAP-Peru Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • From Discretion to Sound Decision Making: Learning

     

    Abstract ID# 41

    Presenting Author: Meinhard  Doelle

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: This paper will consider the role of discretion, decision-making criteria and the appropriate allocation of decision-making responsibilities in the implementation of the IAA's assessment process.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Is the oil & gas industry able to adapt to the renewable energy revolution?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Country experiences with evolution in the energy sector and IA requirements

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Fossil energy versus renewable energy - a role play of of impact scenarios

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The rapidly evolving dilemma of fossil fuels versus renewable energy

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  ESIA Leadership: The Role of an ESIA Co-ordinator

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  IA Qualifications, Registrations & Certification Schemes

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Integrating indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Reconciling Compensation for Project Impacts with Conservation Goals

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Revolutionizing IA: Collaborative Planning in the Information Age

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Integrating biodiversity & ecosystem services into the mitigation hierarchy

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Why Follow-up? Managing the Social Impacts of Transport in Urban Cities

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Transition from EIA to EMS

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Role of HIA in workplace and community health risk management

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Economic impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Formalising revised EIA follow-up best practice principles

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  EIA and Engineering Design Criteria

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Charles or Che? Choose your champion for the future of impact assessment!

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Solutions for conflicts between wind energy technologies and birds

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Going digital - is this Evolution or Revolution?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Digital Impact Assessment – the latest developments

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Value added by Environmental Flows Assessments

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Teaching Impact Assessment: Best Practice Principles and Pedagogy

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Meeting the marine biodiversity challenge

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Mechanisms for independency in IA – How to be truly independent?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? The strategic value of SIA in regional development

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Gender in IA: Paper workshop session for IAPA Special Issue

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Respecting different worldviews: Opportunities & Unfinished Conversations

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Corruption risk in mining IA&approvals. How can we promote good governance?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment the Australian way(s)

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The evolution of the tiering concept: connecting IA and planning levels

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  China’s EIA Process – reshape, challenges and opportunities

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Hits of the 1990s: from revolution to evolution?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Access to Remedy and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Using Organized Reasoning to Improve IA: Supporting Implementation

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment and the Social and Cultural Effects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Asian S3EA: Strategic, Spatial and Sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Human Rights and Enterprise Risk Management

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Enabling Multidisciplinary Approaches to Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Putting the 'social' back into science: quality social impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Disasters, Conflict, other Crises and Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The Absence of Screening in EIA which can leads to inadequate environmental

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The recent reform of Federal EA Law in Canada: evolution or revolution?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought - Role of Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  DRR, impact assessment, and the SDGs

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Next generation impact assessment law Exploring twelve key components

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of Mitigation Hierarchy in Impact Assessment; are we winning?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment of Project Closure: Meeting the New Expectations

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Current challenges in HIA practice

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Addressing health and social equity through impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Regional Conservation Assessments: A Critical Framework for Planning

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Exploring the need to shakeup biodiversity offset theory and application

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  So much data so little leveraging: How best to collect visualize, and share

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Practical Realities of Implementing the Mitigation Hierarchy

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social License and Impact Assessment of Energy Transitions

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Institutionalising SIA Practice within Government Decision Making

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Beyond Human Health Impact Assessment: Multi-Stakeholder Approaches

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact dilemmas: Mineral development and society in the 21st century

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Whose Impact? Impact dilemmas in the extractive sector

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental impacts of marine renewable energy

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Policy and Legal Framework for CCUS in the Asian Region

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The Social Aspects of Mine Closure

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Rethinking social licence where to from here?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Operating in emerging countries with high biological and cultural diversity

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming emerging technologies in environmental assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  SIA: How Early is Too Early?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Evolution or Revolution? Fostering ESIA to enhance DRR and Resilience

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Power through (indigenous) partnership: The Tina River Hydro Case (65 chara

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Collaboration between Engineers and Environmental Practitioners

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  IA: evolution, revolution - or rather ‘accidental’?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Using case studies in teaching Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact assessment is only good when it is effective

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable agriculture: Food at the social licence crossroads

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Let’s talk about this – Evolution or revolution for IA

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Indigenous and rural peoples' rights in cumulative effects assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Evolving good practices and capacity for greening the transportation sector

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Capacity building for HIA and for health in IA.

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Scope and level of detail for SEA at national and regional scale

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Evolution of ESIA practice in Asia-Pacific developing economies

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  An investigation in to the impacts of Training: A focus on Competent Author

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Improving feedback mechanisms from monitoring and reporting for improved IA

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Mainstreaming of biodiversity: a capacity development initiative

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Lessons learned from SEAs in Australia

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Orokohanga 2019: Operationalising the Aashukan Declaration

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment Agony Aunts: LIVE!

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  IA in New Zealand: lessons and strategies to enhance practice

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Updating the IAIA HIA international best practice principles paper

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Securing Socio Economic Development through Unorthodox Impact Assessment:

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Creating a Sustainable Energy Society

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  HARMONISATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICA RE

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  THE ETHICAL & SOCIO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS TO IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN THE FUTURE

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Consulting Communities to Assess Impacts, Promote Awareness, Participation

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Practical examples of SDG-focused EIAs

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Indirect Impacts Need Direct Action!

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Roundtable: IAIA’s Climate Change and Impact Assessment Next Steps

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Partnership and Capacity Building in IA: Engaging Women Religious in Africa

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social and environmental assessment of automation technologies

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social Indicators for Ethical Commerce and Society on SDGs

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Professional EIA: doing well by doing good or conspiracy against the laity?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Environmental sustainability in large mining projects in developing regions

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Using social IA tools to better inform BES impacts – a call for integrati

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Avoiding cumulative impacts before they occur: roles and responsibilities

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  AI or IA: a disruptive revolution?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment is a blunt tool for biodiversity: yes or no?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Delivering ESIA requirements: the role of procurement

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  International progress in regional-scale impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Labor rights in impact assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Can the Ecosystem Service concept improve the outcome for Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  SEA as Radical Reform

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Capitalising on available resources: synthesising big data

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Improving environmental and social performance on construction projects

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Practising heritage conservation with impact assessments

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Establishing guidance for heritage and impact assessments

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social Closure & Decommissioning lessons from experience and future trends

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Biodiversity opportunities in extractive industries’ non-operated lands

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment of the displacement of vulnerable people

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Early Planning in Impact Assessment in Canada and Other Countries

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Maturity Model for Enterprise-Scale Stakeholder Engagement: Prove IA Rigor

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Outputs from Convention on Biological Diversity: Mainstreaming Biodiversity

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  The Cumulative Dimensions of Resource Regions

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Health Assessment and Needs

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Impact Assessments in the extractive industry:Pros and cons

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Contribution of IA to sustainable hydropower development

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Without Health there is Nothing: Health Impact Achievements in Asia

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Iterative climate change risk management in agricultural projects

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Filling the Evolving IA Governance Gap: Regional vs Federal Authority

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  From Cannabis to the New Space Race: Evolving and Emerging IA Challenges

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  First Nations Health and Well-Being

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Community Driven Socio-economic Impact Assessment

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Breaking News: Evolution in the IA Practice

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Strengthening impact assessment in the Pacific Islands

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Mining, Migration and development

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Sustainable Smart-Infrastructure Case studies

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Public Private Partnerships and the Asian Infrastructure Gap

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43

    Presenting Author: Armando  Garcia-Chiang

    Preferred Session:  Use of country safeguard systems in international projects–are we ready?

    Summary Statement: In 2016 the Mexican Government was going to present a National Action Plan in Business and Human Rights. This paper presents the antecedents of the NAP, and analyses the reasons for been unpublished

    Acceptance Status: pending

     

  • The Mexican NAP in Business and Human Rights

     

    Abstract ID# 43