IAIA20 Submitted Paper & Presentation Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA20 Annual Conference paper & presentation abstracts.

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  • A comparison of SIA between company and community in the amazon region

     

    Abstract ID# 741

    Presenting Author: Jacques  Demajorovic

    Preferred Session: Conflict or agreement: Role of impact assessment in managing conflicts

    Summary Statement: Results of a SIA undertaken in the Amazonian region on the world greatest iron mine are showed to compare perceptions of the social impacts between the company and community views.

     

  • A framework to assess benefits of EIA in a sustainable development context

     

    Abstract ID# 757

    Presenting Author: Claudine  Roos

    Preferred Session: Trends of impact assessment in developing countries

    Summary Statement: Paper proposing a framework for evaluating benefits of EIA to different stakeholders

     

  • Aboriginal knowledge in the Hydro-Québec‘s Environmental Follow-Up Studi

     

    Abstract ID# 779

    Presenting Author: Stéphanie  Eveno

    Preferred Session: Integrating Indigenous rights and knowledges into impact assessment

    Summary Statement: Assessment of the Status of Aboriginal Knowledge in the Environmental Follow-Up Studies Conducted by Hydro-Québec at the La Grande Complex (hydroelectric projects)

     

  • Achieving Deep Decarbonization Through Law in New York and the Role of IA

     

    Abstract ID# 759

    Presenting Author: Michael  Gerrard

    Preferred Session: New models of IA and climate change law worldwide

    Summary Statement: A new book, Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the U.S., makes more than 1500 recommendations. This talk will discuss how these can be used in implementing New York’s new climate law.

     

  • Advantages of landscape vision or total human system

     

    Abstract ID# 765

    Presenting Author: Verónica   Giberti

    Preferred Session: Impact assessment and the landscape approach: The added value of SEA and ES

    Summary Statement: Knowing the complexity of the system and its emerging, from a landscape view through time, will allow us to identify effective and efficient solutions.

     

  • Anticipating Risks Of A Mega Project Completion: Demobilisation of Workers

     

    Abstract ID# 733

    Presenting Author: Siang Choon  Foo

    Preferred Session: Disaster, conflict and crisis: Are impacts being Identified?

    Summary Statement: As a mega project approaching completion, it is crucial to manage the demobilisation workers from site to avoid negative impacts before it occur.

     

  • Applicability of integrating modeling to environmental impact assessment

     

    Abstract ID# 747

    Presenting Author: Kiichiro  Hayashi

    Preferred Session: Asian S3EA: Strategic, spatial and sustainable EA

    Summary Statement: The applicability of Integrating modeling tool, k.LAB under ARIES to EIA is discussed.

     

  • Assessing mining impacts on native vegetation

     

    Abstract ID# 783

    Presenting Author: Juliana  Siqueira-Gay

    Preferred Session: Improving environmental and social performance of infrastructure projects

    Summary Statement: A review of four ESIAs of mining projects attending IFC standards to gauge how cumulative impacts on native vegetation are addressed found that regional landscape analysis is overlooked

     

  • Assessment of psychosocial impacts in some Hydro-Québec projects

     

    Abstract ID# 790

    Presenting Author: Marie-Andrée  Burelle

    Preferred Session: Psycho-social impact assessment as an element of your work

    Summary Statement: Hydro-Québec developed a method for assessing psychosocial impacts as part of its general method of environmental impact assessments. We will present this method and approach that led to it.

     

  • BENEFIT-SHARING OF HYDROPOWER PROJECTS: KEY MESSAGES FROM EDF STUDY

     

    Abstract ID# 778

    Presenting Author: Fabien  Nathan

    Preferred Session: Benefit sharing: Enablers, mitigation, conflicts, and sustainability

    Summary Statement: The paper intends to share some of the key messages arising from an exploratory study recently conducted by EDF on benefit sharing of hydropower projects.