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IAIA20 Submitted Poster Abstracts

Following is a list of IAIA20 Annual Conference poster abstracts.

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  • A Collaborative Approach to a Single Receptor: The Caspian Seal

     

    Abstract ID# 134

    Presenting Author: Aaron  Sheehan

    Summary Statement: This poster summarises a collective approach to better understanding the Caspian seal, how it was achieved and illustrates some key results and trends over the past 10 years.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • A Study on Alternative setting and evaluation of SEIA in Korea

     

    Abstract ID# 143

    Presenting Author: Hee  Sagong |  Coauthor(s):  Yong-Joon Joo

    Summary Statement: Through analysis of SEIA reports and expert evaluation, the limitations and challenges of alternative setting and evaluation in Korea's SEIA system are derived.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Achieving land degradation neutrality (LND) at the country level

     

    Abstract ID# 163

    Presenting Author: Chizoba  Chinweze

    Summary Statement: The LDN target setting process provides a major opportunity for countries to increase coherence, scale, and resource mobilization by mapping out achievable targets. Desertification is threatening the livelihoods of 1 billion people in over 100 countries , and each year 12 million hectares of arable land are lost to drought . The extent and severity of land degradation worldwide combined with the negative effects of climate change, population growth and an ever-increasing demand for natural resources requires immediate and assertive action. The economic costs of desertification and land degradation are estimated at USD 490 billion per year. Avoiding land degradation through sustainable land management can generate up to USD 1.4 trillion of economic benefits . Desertification/drought and land degradation exacerbated by climatic changes in various parts of Africa affects over 70% of the population leading to reduction in food production, loss of biodiversity and livelihoods. The African Union (55 member-countries) therefore launched in 2007 the Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative (GGWSSI) with 21 countries participating; by planting trees 8,000km-long and 15km-wide corridor along the southern edge of the Sahara, from Senegal in the west to Dijbouti in the east; combat desertification and restore the fertility of the degraded land.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Adequacy evaluation considering health impact in developing industrial park

     

    Abstract ID# 164

    Presenting Author: Jongsik  Ha |  Coauthor(s):  Moonshik Shin

    Summary Statement: This study proposed an adequacy evaluation method considering health impact in developing industrial park and applied it to actual development projects.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Analysis and Tasks of Scoping Committee Operation in Korea's SEIA system

     

    Abstract ID# 125

    Presenting Author: Yong-Joon  Joo |  Coauthor(s):  Hee Sagong

    Summary Statement: Analyze the current state of operation of the Scoping Committee in Korea's strategic environment assessment system and propose measures to solve the task.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Analysis of small sized woody biomass facilities for thermal energy use

     

    Abstract ID# 144

    Presenting Author: Tomoya  Maruyama

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses to establish the estimation method of the heat demand of local community unit for introducing unitsmall sized woody biomass facilities for thermal energy (SSWBFTE).

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Application of Habitat Suitability Model for managing urban ecological park

     

    Abstract ID# 169

    Presenting Author: Sangdon   Lee |  Coauthor(s):  Jongmin Oh

    Summary Statement: The HSI which recognized water, food. cover, anthropogenic disturbance in the areas. The HSI for the park valued 0.34(0.10~0.78). The SEA needs habitat value for the target species.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Application of hydropower planning tools with social and environmental valu

     

    Abstract ID# 184

    Presenting Author: Maria Antonieta  Gomez Balandra |  Coauthor(s):  Ana Palacios ,   Eduardo Alexis   Cervantes ,   Citlalli

    Summary Statement: An exercise was carried up using hydropower planning tools, selecting environmental and social values converted into metrics to represent spatially scenarios, supported by quantitative data

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Assessing impact significance

     

    Abstract ID# 120

    Presenting Author: Rut  Kristinsdóttir |  Coauthor(s):  Ólafur Árnason

    Summary Statement: Method using predetermined criteria and transparent and visual presentation.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Assessing project-induced in-migration on PNG LNG

     

    Abstract ID# 160

    Presenting Author: Samuel  Koyama

    Summary Statement: Project induced in-migration as a result of the PNG LNG projects was gender balanced and included whole family units.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Benefit sharing of hydropower projects: Key messages from EDF study

     

    Abstract ID# 159

    Presenting Author: Fabien  Nathan

    Summary Statement: Key messages arising from an exploratory study recently conducted by EDF on benefit sharing of hydropower projects.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Binding effects of terms of reference in public hearings held before EIAS

     

    Abstract ID# 189

    Presenting Author: Jorge Ignacio  Garcia Nielsen

    Summary Statement: We explore public hearings before the EIA system in Chile and the current state of the art (recent Bill of Law).

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Changes in major environmental factors for location appropriate evaluation

     

    Abstract ID# 149

    Presenting Author: Seul-Gi   Jeong

    Summary Statement: It is expected to contribute to the development of environmental impact assessment by preparing standardized evaluation methodology of environmental factors.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Characteristics of ultrafine dust generation by land-use types

     

    Abstract ID# 108

    Presenting Author: Han-sol  Mun |  Coauthor(s):  Kyung-Hun Park ,   Bong-Geun   Song ,   Kyeong-Ho ,   ***Kin, Gyeong-Ah; Kim, Seoung-Hyeon KimSeo & Acknowledgement : This research was supported by the Korea Ministry of Environment as Waste to Energy-Recycling Human Resource Development Project (YL-WE-19-001) and by the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) grant funded by the Korea governme Kim

    Summary Statement: This study investigated the distribution of ultrafine dust concentration using spatial interpolation technique of GIS and analyzed the effect of land-use type on concentration distribution.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Decision-Making Model for Spatial Planning under Climate Change

     

    Abstract ID# 131

    Presenting Author: Sangjin  Park

    Summary Statement: The integrated spatial planning model (ISPM) was development for decision-makers to decide the land use planning under climate change impacts.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Development of marine prediction tools using deep-learning techno

     

    Abstract ID# 113

    Presenting Author: Taeyun  Kim

    Summary Statement: This study aims to develop marine pollution prediction tools by applying big data and deep-learning technology.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Digital technologies for HIA: smart method for noise impact assessment

     

    Abstract ID# 140

    Presenting Author: Jolanta  Nemaniute-Guziene |  Coauthor(s):  Audrius Dedele

    Summary Statement: The study provides further insight into the scale of road traffic noise exposure on children population and demonstrates smart method for HIA.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Does your opinion matter in EIA?

     

    Abstract ID# 104

    Presenting Author: Lisa  Pourlak

    Summary Statement: Public participation is an important component of EIA, however in many projects especially in the developing countries, public participation is either ignored or vaguely addressed.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Effective management of livestock manure compost using UAV

     

    Abstract ID# 99

    Presenting Author: Geon-Ung  Park |  Coauthor(s):  Kyung-Hun Park ,   Bong-Geun   Song ,   Gyeong-Ah ,   ***Kim, Seoung-Hyeon; Mun, Han-Sol KimKim & Acknowledgement : This work was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) grant funded by the Korea government(MSIT) (No. NRF-2019R1F1A1063921) and by Environmental Fundamental Data Examination project of River Nakdong Basin Managem

    Summary Statement: Among non-point sources in rural areas, there is a livestock manure compost. This study was to investigate the current status of livestock manure compost based on UAV.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • EFFECTIVENESS OF EIA IN SÃO PAULO: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS

     

    Abstract ID# 107

    Presenting Author: Maysa  Salles da Costa Lima |  Coauthor(s):  Benno Pokorny ,   Luis   Enrique Sanchez

    Summary Statement: A multidimensional study on EIA effectiveness in São Paulo,despite procedural effectiveness strengths, evidenced a time-consuming process and limited influence on project approval decisions.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • EIA in legislative drafting – a Finnish Story

     

    Abstract ID# 94

    Presenting Author: Jorma   Jantunen

    Summary Statement: Impacts of legislative proposals will be assessed as a part of legislative drafting. The poster presents the new EIA guidelines of legislative proposals for all ministries as part of the leg

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Environmental and Economic Assessments of Cool Roofs in South Korea

     

    Abstract ID# 154

    Presenting Author: Gyeong-Ah  Kim |  Coauthor(s):  Acknowledgement : This work was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) grant funded by the Korea government(MSIT) (No.NRF-2016R1A2B4015460) and by Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea(N

    Summary Statement: This study assesses environmental and economic effects of cool roofs using the results of long-term monitoring and simulation in South Korea.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Esquema del procedimiento de Evaluación Ambiental en la AGE (España)

     

    Abstract ID# 98

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica de España

    Summary Statement: Ley 21/2013, de 9 de diciembre, de evaluación ambiental, modificada por la Ley 9/2018 de 5 diciembre (España)

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • GIS and drones siting analysis for smart livelihoods impacts governance

     

    Abstract ID# 170

    Presenting Author: Claudia  Caracciolo |  Coauthor(s):  Amelie Franchin ,   Martina   Gardoni ,   Paolo

    Summary Statement: Pre-ESIA installation siting sensitivity mapping and drone analysis allow to preventively reduce impact on local livelihoods, enhance planning effectiveness and optimize displacement costs.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • GIS Tool for evaluation and monitoring of coastal erosion phenomenon in EIA

     

    Abstract ID# 171

    Presenting Author: Martina  Gardoni |  Coauthor(s):  Antonino Cuzzola ,   Paolo   Pucillo ,   Massimo ,   Stefano ColomboTortora & Vincenzo Nappa

    Summary Statement: Development of a dynamic and adaptive GIS Geodatabase allowing to connect assessment and monitoring over time of main issues related to coastal erosion effects induced on the environment.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Guía información pública y consultas de la Ley 21/2013 de EA

     

    Abstract ID# 116

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica (España)

    Summary Statement: Guía de ayuda a los Órganos Sustantivos de la AGE, que intervienen en procedimientos de EIA, para llevar a cabo los trámites de consulta pública ajustados a la Ley.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Heat wave impact analysis based on Population census

     

    Abstract ID# 96

    Presenting Author: Bonggeun   Song |  Coauthor(s):  Kyunghun Park ,   Kyung Ah   Kim ,   Sunghyun ,   ***Park, Kunung; Mun, Hansol ParkKim & Acknowledgement : This research was supported by Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) funded by the Ministry of Education (No.NRF-2019R1I1A1A01063568).

    Summary Statement: this study analyzed the heat wave impact by considering the population groups and spatial distribution characteristics using the population census data.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • How alignment with SDGs during project delivery can reduce social conflict

     

    Abstract ID# 165

    Presenting Author: Claudia  Valencia Franke |  Coauthor(s):  Stewart sarahjane.stewart@snclavalin.com

    Summary Statement: The main drivers for conflict in the extractive and infrastructure industries include poor community engagement, inadequate benefit sharing and excessive impacts on the economy, society and the environment (UN, 2012). By developing a project within the UN SDG’s framework, potential sources of conflict can be managed. For example, if Goals 9 and 12 are included while planning a new project, and local and regional procurement are promoted whenever possible, local sustainable development can be fostered, resulting in more benefits for the region. Goal 9 and 13 promote the use of clean, environmentally beneficial technologies and industrial processes, which can be more efficiently achieved at the project design stage. If Goal 15 is envisioned, restoration and conservation of ecosystems can be included as commitments and environmental impacts can be minimized. It is important for all large engineering and infrastructure companies who are employed to plan, design, build and analyze environmental and social impacts for such projects, to implement a Sustainability Policy and Framework aligned with the SDGs. It is possible to include tasks and actions aligned to the SDGs in project design, trade-off analyses, construction and procurement decisions, development of mitigation and compensation measures, which can later result in measurable benefits for the economy, the environment and a more positive relationship with local communities and a reduction in conflict and distrust.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Impact significance of offshore oil and gas industry in Brazil

     

    Abstract ID# 146

    Presenting Author: Sueli Harumi   Kakinami |  Coauthor(s):  Maria Cláudia de A. Rodrigues ,   Ana Paula Alves   Dibo ,   Luis Enrique

    Summary Statement: A review of 11 EIAs of offshore oil and gas activities (seismic surveys and drilling) in Brazil found that most EIAs applied similar methodology to determine impact significance.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Impacts of sand, gravel, and limestone mining on biodiversity

     

    Abstract ID# 179

    Presenting Author: Aurora  Torres |  Coauthor(s):  Constanze Wittkopp ,   Fernanda Z.   Teixeira ,   Sophus zu ,   Francisco Ferri-YáñezErmgassen

    Summary Statement: There is not scientific consensus on the overall magnitude and extent to which mining of sand, gravel and limestone affects biodiversity. A systematic map of global evidence is presented.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Improper Segmentation of Projects and Underestimation of Cumulative Impacts

     

    Abstract ID# 111

    Presenting Author: Jorge  Garcia Nielsen |  Coauthor(s):  Enrique Oyarzún Iglesias

    Summary Statement: We will analyze some Chilean EIA cases where criteria to determine te existence of improper segmentation of projects were used to underestimate cumulative impacts

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Improved environmental health assessments by proxy data and digital tools

     

    Abstract ID# 122

    Presenting Author: Annica  Waleij |  Coauthor(s):  Oscar Bjornhamn ,   Per   Wikstrom ,   Niklas ,   Birgitta LiljedahlBrannstrom

    Summary Statement: Environmental health factors can adversely affect human health and have considerable spatial and temporal variation. Tools for health threat assessments for deployed personnel are needed

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Influence for regional air quality by unplanned factory locations

     

    Abstract ID# 92

    Presenting Author: Hyun-Jin   Choi |  Coauthor(s):  Jihyun Seo ,   Jong-Yoon   Park ,   Nankyoung

    Summary Statement: The influence for regional air quality by unplanned individual factory locations investigated based on environmental impact assessment results in the Hwaseong-si, South Korea.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Integrating hydropeaking mitigation into an holistic E-flows approach

     

    Abstract ID# 168

    Presenting Author: Leah  Beche |  Coauthor(s):  Agnès Barillier ,   Véronique   Gouraud

    Summary Statement: We present a step-wise approach to integrating hydropeaking mitigation into hydropower projects at any stage, and show how it can be integrated in a holistic Eflows approach.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Integrating Indigenous rights and knowledges of the Raramuri Nation, Mexico

     

    Abstract ID# 166

    Presenting Author: Luis Antonio  Bojórquez-Tapia |  Coauthor(s):  Daniela Pedroza

    Summary Statement: Multicriteria approach for IA to determine the indemnification for losses in the way of living, culture and spirituality of an indigenous community in Mexico

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Investigation of Seagrass on EIA area using drone and underwater ROV

     

    Abstract ID# 89

    Presenting Author: HYOUNG SUM  HAN |  Coauthor(s):  CHANG WAN CHOI ,   YOUN JEONG   KIM ,   JONG CHUN ,   SEUNG HYUN LEEKIM & SO HYUN CHO

    Summary Statement: The spatial distribution of marine endangered species using Drone and underwater ROV, and propose the method as a smart method of Marine endangered species(Seagrass) on EIA target area.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Lessons learned to move forward Health in All Policies approach

     

    Abstract ID# 174

    Presenting Author: Anna  Giné March |  Coauthor(s):  Maite Morteruel ,   Elena   Aldasoro

    Summary Statement: Using Health Impact Assessment and Health Equity Lens to move forward Health in All Policies approach: Experiences from the Basque Country.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Long-term assessment of small scale developments in Inba-numa river basin

     

    Abstract ID# 118

    Presenting Author: Neiri   KOJIMA |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki SHIBATA ,   Jun   NISHIHIRO

    Summary Statement: In order to understand the effects of the EIA, we analyzed the development trends and the ecosystem services in Inba-numa river basin.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Mejoras ambientales derivadas de la EIA de grandes proyectos fotovoltaicos

     

    Abstract ID# 101

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica

    Summary Statement: Medidas de protección ambiental derivadas del procedimiento de EIA de proyectos de grandes infraestructuras fotovoltaicas para la Administración General del Estado en España.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Methodological approach for the vulnerability of watershed headwater in EIA

     

    Abstract ID# 181

    Presenting Author: Martha  Ly |  Coauthor(s):  Dani Gutierrez ,   Darwin   Osorio ,   Heidi ,   Mauricio ZumaránQuintana

    Summary Statement: The analysis of the vulnerability of a watershed and its headwaters should be based on a multiple criteria analysis, described by quantitative indicators from environmental baseline.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Mobile telephone application in redressing impacts of construction work

     

    Abstract ID# 186

    Presenting Author: Tosin  Oso |  Coauthor(s):  Bola Dada ,   Deji   Babalola ,   Michael

    Summary Statement: Mobile Phone technology offers a pathway for participation to citizens in the IA process in urban centres with high mobile and internet penetration.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Multi-hazard risk assessment using ML algorithms under climate change

     

    Abstract ID# 183

    Presenting Author: Sangjin  Park

    Summary Statement: The objective of this study is to find the vulnerable area that could be damaged by multi-hazard due to climate change

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Multilateral negotiation mechanism of Mekong development and improvement

     

    Abstract ID# 173

    Presenting Author: Yu  Haomiao |  Coauthor(s):  Chen Shaojun

    Summary Statement: This paper recalled history of multilateral negotiation mechanism of Mekong River, made an analysis on current system by a developement case,put forward relevant problems and Mitigations.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Phase 2 Strategic Environmental Assessment for the effective rollout of win

     

    Abstract ID# 138

    Presenting Author: Abulele  Adams |  Coauthor(s):  Paul Lochner ,   Dr Dee   Fischer

    Summary Statement: Phase 2 Strategic Environmental Assessment for the effective rollout of wind and solar PV renewable energy in South Africa

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Potential contribution to multiple SDGs by renewable energy projects

     

    Abstract ID# 133

    Presenting Author: Motoshi  Tomita

    Summary Statement: Contribution of renewable energy projects to multiple goals of UN SDGs are identified by environmental and social documents.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Public Sound Demonstrations for Quantifying Environmental Sound Quality

     

    Abstract ID# 156

    Presenting Author: Alex  Southern |  Coauthor(s):  Frank Stevens ,   Damian   Murphy

    Summary Statement: Presenting results of using sound demonstrations used to communicate noise impacts for quantifying the human response to planned changes to an acoustic environment..

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Satellite imagery to help the environmental impact assessment?

     

    Abstract ID# 103

    Presenting Author: Adeline  Bas |  Coauthor(s):  Manon Pons ,   Nadine   Tholey

    Summary Statement: We propose to study the contribution of satellite imagery during the diagnostic phase of the EIA. From a case study, a comparative analysis between a conventionally collected baseline and a

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • SEA of alternative infrastructure location in complex landscape (Argentina)

     

    Abstract ID# 82

    Presenting Author: Ramiro  Sarandon |  Coauthor(s):  Verónica Guerrero Borges

    Summary Statement: SEA of infrastructure location in Argentina using Decision Support System and Geographic Information System allow the incorporation of environmental issues in regional and landscape planning

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Socio-economic Impact Assessment for Geothermal Development in Japan

     

    Abstract ID# 115

    Presenting Author: Yuki  SHIBATA |  Coauthor(s):  Momoka IHASHI ,   Akihiro   SANDO ,   Aki

    Summary Statement: This paper discusses methods of Socio-Economic impact assessment using Regional Value-Added analysis for geothermal development with a case study in Japan.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: APPLICATION IN LINEAR INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS

     

    Abstract ID# 121

    Presenting Author: AíDA  DIEZ CADAVID |  Coauthor(s):  AIDA SARAÑANA ALONSO ,   MANUEL   VÁZQUEZ ESPI

    Summary Statement: the achievement of the SDGs will be transferred to the sector of construction of linear infrastructures, so that each of the targets set for each SDG is related to the measures to be

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Using satellite imagery to predict diversity patterns for EIAs

     

    Abstract ID# 178

    Presenting Author: Pablo  Pérez Chaves

    Summary Statement: Using field work, machine learning and satellite images to map spatial biodiversity patterns for Environmental Impact Assessments

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Value scale foundation and institutional aspects of impact assessments

     

    Abstract ID# 126

    Presenting Author: Ernest  Amoako Atta |  Coauthor(s):  Zsolt Szilvácsku

    Summary Statement: The impact assessments needs new value centred systems of public policy and well developed decision-making culture in frame of landscape approach.

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Vulnerabilidad de agrosistemas manchegos, ante la tecnología fotovoltaica

     

    Abstract ID# 106

    Presenting Author: Manuela  Andrés-Abellán |  Coauthor(s):  Francisco Antonio García-Morote ,   Francisco Ramón   López-Serrano ,   Eva Maria ,   Marta Isabel PicazoRubio & Consolación Wic

    Summary Statement: Estudio de la capacidad de carga de los agrosistemas manchegos y análisis de vulnerabilidad, ante el auge de la tecnología solar fotovoltaica, como fuente de energía renovable del siglo XXI

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Wildlife monitoring in photovoltaic solar installations

     

    Abstract ID# 128

    Presenting Author: Eva Mª  Rodríguez Rabadán |  Coauthor(s):  Iñigo Sobrini Sagaseta de Ilúrdoz ,   Carlos   Talabante

    Summary Statement: The importance of the development of a wildlife monitoring protocol in photovoltaic solar installations prior to the works, during these and after commissioning to avoid environmental effect

    Acceptance Status: approve

     

  • Zonificación ambiental energías renovables: eólica y fotovoltaica

     

    Abstract ID# 117

    Presenting Author: Gerencia de Calidad, Evaluación Ambiental y Biodiversidad  TRAGSATEC. Grupo TRAGSA |  Coauthor(s):  Subdirección General de Evaluación Ambiental de la Dirección General de Biodiversidad y Calidad Ambiental Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica (España)

    Summary Statement: Nivel de restricción ambiental del territorio en España para la implantación de grandes proyectos de energía eólica y fotovoltaica.

    Acceptance Status: approve