• IAIA23 Submitted Paper & Presentation Abstracts

    Following is a list of IAIA23 Annual Conference paper & presentation abstracts.

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      Abstract ID# 398

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Workshopping new international best practice IA follow-up guidance

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • BANPOL model to assess pollutants loadings during rainfall events

       

      Abstract ID# 298

      Presenting Author: Dongil  Seo |  Coauthor(s):  Jaeyoung Kim

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: A water quality module was developed and was successfully calibrated for a small urban stream and can be used to strengthen water quality modelling capability of SWMM.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Importance of Climate Change impacts in ESIA: case study of Nepal

       

      Abstract ID# 154

      Presenting Author: Navaraj  Pokharel |  Coauthor(s):  Bindu Adhikari

      Preferred Session:  Analysis of cumulative impact and its input for climate change management through ESIA

      Summary Statement: Nepal as a vulnerable country needs a huge works on cumulative assessment in terms of climate change impacts. This paper deal about the impacts due to climate change in the context of Nepal.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Spatial planning and its role in a resilient green economy

       

      Abstract ID# 299

      Presenting Author: Rachel   Asante Owusu

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: The role of spatial planning and cumulative impact assessment in supporting the rapid transition to renewable energy whilst safeguarding biodiversity, ecosystem services.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • A Framework for the Implementation of EIA for a Deep-sea Mining Project

       

      Abstract ID# 112

      Presenting Author: Michael  Clarke

      Preferred Session:  The Role of EIA in Deep-Sea Mining

      Summary Statement: A framework for the implementation of environmental impact assessment specific to the unique challenges of DSM

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • A new approach to Critical Habitat assessment aligned with World Bank ESS6

       

      Abstract ID# 37

      Presenting Author: Josefo   Tuyor |  Coauthor(s):  Andrew Cauldwell

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: A practical new approach to critical habitat assessment for the World Bank ESS6 is presented to with an emphasis to flag critical habitat features where Net Gain maybe challenging to achieve

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • A sectoral approach to assess human rights impacts in the renewables sector

       

      Abstract ID# 82

      Presenting Author: Tulika  Bansal

      Preferred Session:  New Developments in Human Rights Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This presentation describes the concept of sector-wide impact assessment (SWIA) and how it can inspire and elements thereof could help overcome challenges that exist in current impact assess

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Above and Beyond IA: Benefits for the Territory Development

       

      Abstract ID# 332

      Presenting Author: Andres  Amaya |  Coauthor(s):  Yaddy Ruiz

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: An IA methodology has been developed and tested in infrastructure projects in Colombia – surpassing impact management and achieving long-term benefits and sustainable neighboring territories

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • An Indigenous-led history of change to evaluate cumulative effects

       

      Abstract ID# 323

      Presenting Author: Corrie  Allen

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: Through centering Indigenous knowledge, we reconstruct past ecological baselines over a 150-year history to demonstrate the cumulative impact of human activities across space and time.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • An Overview of Socioeconomic Impacts of Landslides

       

      Abstract ID# 35

      Presenting Author: KwanBen  sim |  Coauthor(s):  MinLee Lee ,   SoonYee   Wong

      Preferred Session:  Analysis of cumulative impact and its input for climate change management through ESIA

      Summary Statement: This paper aims to discuss the loss of life caused by historical landslide events. In addition, economic losses and their quantification around the world will also be discussed.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Analysis for further improvement of Social Licensing to Operate (SLO)

       

      Abstract ID# 223

      Presenting Author: Kultip  Suwanteep

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

      Summary Statement: This study identifies the key issues and key actors of the past project development for further improvement of social conflicts and enhancing social license.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Analysis of Relationship between Urban Development Patterns and Particulate

       

      Abstract ID# 221

      Presenting Author: Jin-Oh  Kim

      Preferred Session:  Urban Design and Green spaces for Wellbeing and Mental Health

      Summary Statement: This study aims to understand how urban development patterns are associated with concentration of Particulate Matters, using the annual concentration data of PM for 5 years in Seoul metropol

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assess and review socio-environmental mitigation in the oil & gas industry

       

      Abstract ID# 327

      Presenting Author: Patricia  Tometich |  Coauthor(s):  Tatiana Walter

      Preferred Session:  Towards More Sustainable Oil and Gas Projects - Strategies for Oil & Gas

      Summary Statement: We discuss socio-environmental mitigation of the offshore oil and gas industry in Brazil, considering programs and projects required as a condition for environmental licensing.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessing cumulative impacts for Fort McKay Métis Nation in Alberta

       

      Abstract ID# 347

      Presenting Author: Thomas  Dyck |  Coauthor(s):  Adi Adiele

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: Addressing cumulative impacts for Fort McKay Métis Nation using a Community-Based Monitoring Framework and an assessment of cumulative impacts involving a landscape simulation model.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessing environmental impacts of covers as mine closure measure

       

      Abstract ID# 312

      Presenting Author: Andres  Lopez |  Coauthor(s):  Julia Olivares

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: The objective of this work is to carry out a review of different tailings deposits in Chile and evaluate the potential benefits of covers in relation to their externalities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessing health impacts of Agrobusiness for Energy. Eni’s case.

       

      Abstract ID# 272

      Presenting Author: Foudil   Takherist |  Coauthor(s):  Simone Mortara

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: Initial management system models for health risks, impacts and opportunities within agrobusiness projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessing health impacts of energy transition technologies

       

      Abstract ID# 277

      Presenting Author: Simone  Mortara |  Coauthor(s):  Filippo Uberti

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: Results from systematic reviews of scientific literature on health effects on workers and communities of renewable energy and green technologies

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessing infrastructure procurement decisions for positive social outcomes

       

      Abstract ID# 89

      Presenting Author: Ruth  O'Connor |  Coauthor(s):  Kirsty Jones

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: This presentation describes the development of assessment measures for early decisions about contractual models that support positive social outcomes in an Australian context.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Assessment and management of polymetallic nodule mining in CCZ ecosystems

       

      Abstract ID# 130

      Presenting Author: Jeffrey  Dambacher |  Coauthor(s):  Piers Dunstan

      Preferred Session:  The Role of EIA in Deep-Sea Mining

      Summary Statement: A research project is developing an integrated ecosystem assessment and framework for ecosystem-based management for the NORI-D lease, Clarion Clipperton Zone, Northeast Pacific Ocean.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Balancing tourism development and enhancing biodiversity in AlUla, KSA

       

      Abstract ID# 377

      Presenting Author: Stephen  Browne

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Comprehensive Regeneration, will be explained in the context of restoring 20,000 sq km of Nature Reserves, whilst achieving the ambition of creating a leading global tourism destination

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Baram Heritage Survey- Decolonial Assessments in Indigenous Territories

       

      Abstract ID# 121

      Presenting Author: Jettie  Word |  Coauthor(s):  Fiona McAlpine

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: Collaborative survey with Indigenous communities of Sarawak provides an evaluation method that incorporates community-based ecological solutions and decolonizes the evaluation process

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Benchmarking Environmental and Social Safeguard Procedures: What are the Re

       

      Abstract ID# 120

      Presenting Author: David  Annandale |  Coauthor(s):  Darko Annandale

      Preferred Session:  Sustainable Finance and ESG - double materiality assessment

      Summary Statement: This paper will (i) outline a conceptual framework for benchmarking the environmental and social safeguard frameworks of development finance providers; and, (ii) present an approach that pot

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Beyond Avoidance: AIFFP�s journey to strengthen E&S

       

      Abstract ID# 361

      Presenting Author: Jo  Buldeski |  Coauthor(s):  Philip Martin

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: AIFFP�s journey in working with E&S safeguards to spur innovation and improvement in Pacific infrastructure projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Bringing local communities as players for biodiversity compensation

       

      Abstract ID# 125

      Presenting Author: Suzanne  COTILLON |  Coauthor(s):  Anna Deffner

      Preferred Session:  Resilient landscapes and Nature Positive outcomes: EIA practitioners' role

      Summary Statement: How to promote convergence between communities’ engagement and private sector compensation goals using long-term conservation agreements? Lessons learnt from COMBO+ in Guinea.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Bruce Dunn, Director, Safeguards Division, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

       

      Abstract ID# 116

      Presenting Author: Bruce  Dunn

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: Director, Safeguards Division, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Building ecological resilience in a rapidly changing landscape

       

      Abstract ID# 172

      Presenting Author: Corin  Simmonds |  Coauthor(s):  Jo Treweek

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: This paper details how EACOP used innovative approaches to build ecological resilience into in a rapidly changing landscape through a detailed, informed, iterative avoidance process.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Canada's Strategic Assessment of Climate Change: Effectiveness and Learning

       

      Abstract ID# 107

      Presenting Author: Kelsey  Margraf

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: An investigation of the effectiveness of Canada’s Strategic Assessment of Climate Change in integrating climate change considerations into federal impact assessment processes.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Capacity Building on Social Impact Assessment through Certification and Acc

       

      Abstract ID# 360

      Presenting Author: takeharu  kojima |  Coauthor(s):  megumi kato

      Preferred Session:  Capacity Building on SIA through Certification and Accreditation

      Summary Statement: JICA has an advisory committee to confirm social impact. We believe that certification/accreditation system for social impact assessment will be important especially in host country. Underst

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Chilean salt flat plants adaptations to water stress caused by mining

       

      Abstract ID# 346

      Presenting Author: Patricio  Olivares |  Coauthor(s):  Maritza Mihoc

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: The adaptive strategies of different plants species associated with salar of atacama wetlands subject to water restrictions generated by mining and climate change are studied

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Circular economies for sustainable health and well-being

       

      Abstract ID# 30

      Presenting Author: Liz  Green |  Coauthor(s):  Mark Drane

      Preferred Session:  Synergies of Impact Assessment and Circular Economy

      Summary Statement: This paper discusses a HIA carried out on reduce, reuse and recycle waste strategies in Wales. It provides transferrable learning, insight into the HIA and the impact it has had.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Climate change considerations for federally regulated pipelines in Canada

       

      Abstract ID# 247

      Presenting Author: Usha  Mulukutla

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: This paper discusses Canada Energy Regulator’s approaches in assessing greenhouse gas emissions and climate resilience, including challenges and opportunities in assessing net zero plans.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Climate Change Impact and Adaptation in the complex lagoon of Bizerte

       

      Abstract ID# 255

      Presenting Author: Wissal  BEN JDIRA |  Coauthor(s):  Imene SAIDANE

      Preferred Session:  Analysis of cumulative impact and its input for climate change management through ESIA

      Summary Statement: This study addresses the impact of climate change in the complex lagoon of Bizerte and proposes orientations and strategies in order to reduce the expected impacts.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Climate Change Impact Assessment using the MOTIVE Ecosystem

       

      Abstract ID# 297

      Presenting Author: Changwan  Seo |  Coauthor(s):  Do-Hun Lee ,   Da-Jeong   Choi ,   Woo-Young Joo ,   Gwang-Il Cheon & En-Seo Lee

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: Climate Change Impact Assessment, SDM, endangered species, invasive species, biodiversity

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Co-creation of University Curriculum for Social Risk Management Courses

       

      Abstract ID# 313

      Presenting Author: Oluwatosin  Oso |  Coauthor(s):  Michael Ilesanmi

      Preferred Session:  Social Impact Assessment: How Universities' Impacts on Society are Evaluate

      Summary Statement: Nigeria is developing practitioner courses in 6 universities to scale up capacity for undertaking social IA

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Collaborative approach to protect aquifer eskers in power line projects

       

      Abstract ID# 329

      Presenting Author: Annie  Prince |  Coauthor(s):  Diane Guillemette

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Integration of stakeholder concerns to design an optimal powerline route to protect groundwater and implement effective mitigation measures during construction and operation.A success story!

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Comparative Perspectives on EIA as a Tool for Climate Change Mitigation

       

      Abstract ID# 155

      Presenting Author: Benoit  Mayer |  Coauthor(s):  Mateusz Slowik

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: This presentation shows how various countries have sought to include climate change mitigation in existing impact assessment procedures and to identify good practices in this regard.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Conflicting EIA Review Comments – World Bank Versus Ghana EA Regulations

       

      Abstract ID# 269

      Presenting Author: Yaw  Amoyaw-Osei

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: Divergence of review comments for landfill EIA necessitated preparation of two reports for EPA and World Bank. The paper compares merits and demerits, and its influence on project

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Cultural site valuation by stakeholders and influence on decision making.

       

      Abstract ID# 137

      Presenting Author: Taako  Edema George |  Coauthor(s):  Nyangoma Immeldah

      Preferred Session:  Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment at Critical Sites

      Summary Statement: Cultural heritage/site valuation and integration into all aspects of the EIA process are critical for building resilience of communities through impact assessment and leadership.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Dar es salaam Urban Transport Improvement Project and ES Safeguards

       

      Abstract ID# 275

      Presenting Author: Maria Holo   Gaganija |  Coauthor(s):  Deogratias Mruah

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Integrating ES tools and strategies in Implementation of Dar es Salaam Urban Transport Improvement provides opportunities to create sustainable infrastructure that supports other SDGs

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Database management in SIA of hydropower systens among indigenous com

       

      Abstract ID# 415

      Presenting Author: John  Pilgrim

      Preferred Session:  Fueling effective ESIA through leadership and systems transformation

      Summary Statement: This paper reviews the differing methodologies and expected outcome of SIA in hydropower dams In Lo PDR in the light of the discussion at the IAIA/ADB/IDA 2017 spcial Symposium on Resettlement and Livelihoods Reconstruction.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Defining "green investments" and the role of impact assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 222

      Presenting Author: Adina  Relicovschi |  Coauthor(s):  Hakan Lucius

      Preferred Session:  Sustainable Finance and ESG - double materiality assessment

      Summary Statement: Presentation of the comprehensive EU Sustainable Finance package with a focus on the harmonised classification system under EU Taxonomy and the role of impact assessment in the process

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Design of regional water management risk assessment to climate change

       

      Abstract ID# 227

      Presenting Author: Jong Ho  Ahn ,   Gyeong-sik   Ryu ,   Seung-beom Seo ,   Hae-kyung Park

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: This study aims to support local government policy decision-making by establishing a regional climate change adaptive capacity diagnosis system in the water management through climate change risk assessment and effect analysis of adaptation measures.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Developing an onshore windfarm in a high biodiversity area

       

      Abstract ID# 70

      Presenting Author: Nikki  O'Donnell |  Coauthor(s):  Anthony Russo

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Challenges and opportunities of developing an onshore windfarm in a high biodiversity area

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Developing Models of Indigenous-led Environmental Health Risk Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 79

      Presenting Author: Diana  Lewis |  Coauthor(s):  Heather Castleden

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: Culturally distinct Canadian Indigenous communities work with researchers to develop Indigenous-led environmental health risk assessment promoting health and Indigenous values/traditions.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Development of Integrated Model for Climate Change Impacts

       

      Abstract ID# 295

      Presenting Author: Songmi  Park |  Coauthor(s):  Young-Il Song ,   Jinhn   Park ,   Jaewoo Hong

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: : Development of integrated model for climate change assessment using meta models will be presented.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Development of Social Indicators to Evaluate USR activities

       

      Abstract ID# 38

      Presenting Author: Noriko  SAITO |  Coauthor(s):  Takako HASHIMOTO ,   Aoi   OKUDERA

      Preferred Session:  Social Impact Assessment: How Universities' Impacts on Society are Evaluate

      Summary Statement: We report our process and further topics to develop social indicators to evaluate USR activities which have been conducted as research and education.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Development of the second phase MOTIVE-agriculture model

       

      Abstract ID# 230

      Presenting Author: Jinsol  Hong |  Coauthor(s):  Kijong Cho ,   Jaejun   Song ,   Wonjae Hwang ,   Eunjeong Lee & Yongeun Kim

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: The new MOTIVE-Agriculture model will be equipped with new components and evaluation functions. It will be used to establish climate change adaptation strategies for Korea.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Development of web-based wind power potential site selection model in Japan

       

      Abstract ID# 21

      Presenting Author: Kiichiro  Hayashi |  Coauthor(s):  Stefano Balbi ,   Takumi   Nagashima

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

      Summary Statement: The characteristics of this wind power site selection model is that we try to collect a lot of data sets required by the MOE-J manual as many as possible.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Digitizing stakeholder and spatial analysis for a flood protection strategy

       

      Abstract ID# 256

      Presenting Author: Christian James  Aquino |  Coauthor(s):  Jan-Willem Nell

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

      Summary Statement: Royal HaskoningDHV produced a sustainable and nature-based flood protection strategy that was developed through extensive digital mapping and survey data analytics.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Discovering Nueva Esperanza Archaeological Site During IA

       

      Abstract ID# 333

      Presenting Author: Joaquin  Otero |  Coauthor(s):  Yaddy Ruiz

      Preferred Session:  Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment at Critical Sites

      Summary Statement: Nueva Esperanza site has provided the perfect context where cultural heritage, IA and project development have come together to uncover the most interesting archaeological site in Colombia

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Do we need reform EIA system toward Sustainability Assessment?

       

      Abstract ID# 131

      Presenting Author: Yuki  SHIBATA |  Coauthor(s):  Megumi NUKAYA

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

      Summary Statement: This study shows the results of a questionnaire survey of local EIA ordinances in Japan and discusses the needs for current Japanese local EIA system reform toward Sustainability Assessment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Don’t let nature positive distract from the mitigation hierarchy

       

      Abstract ID# 96

      Presenting Author: Martine  Maron |  Coauthor(s):  Amrei von Hase ,   Fabien   Quétier

      Preferred Session:  Resilient landscapes and Nature Positive outcomes: EIA practitioners' role

      Summary Statement: For nature positive to realise its promise, it needs a strong foundation in the form of continual improvement in implementation of the mitigation hierarchy.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Don’t let nature positive distract from the mitigation hierarchy

       

      Abstract ID# 124

      Presenting Author: Martine  Maron |  Coauthor(s):  Amrei von Hase ,   Fabien   Quétier

      Preferred Session:  Resilient landscapes and Nature Positive outcomes: EIA practitioners' role

      Summary Statement: For nature positive to realise its promise, it needs a strong foundation in the form of continual improvement in implementation of the mitigation hierarchy.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Double materiality in ESG data and reporting: how to clean up the ESG mess

       

      Abstract ID# 259

      Presenting Author: Linda  Zeilina

      Preferred Session:  Sustainable Finance and ESG - double materiality assessment

      Summary Statement: This intervention will focus on double materiality implementation, and what practices will change due to EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and Taxonomy regulation.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Ecological resilience, community forests, and hydropower projects in Nepal

       

      Abstract ID# 46

      Presenting Author: Milan  Dahal

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Forest loss as a major environmental impact disturbs the ecosystem of the project areas of a hydroelectric project, but ecological resilience is possible through community forest management.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Effects of training on caregiver resilience

       

      Abstract ID# 191

      Presenting Author: Caroline  Lim |  Coauthor(s):  Millie Yun Su

      Preferred Session:  Psycho-Social Resilience

      Summary Statement: Data analysed from caregivers’ feedback identified a sense of identity, preparedness and meaning-making to be important contributing factors to caregiver psycho-social resilience.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • EIA data to address biodiversity impacts and meet Net Gain commitments

       

      Abstract ID# 293

      Presenting Author: Andrew Edward  Cauldwell

      Preferred Session:  Moving beyond risk: Striving for data to deliver nature positive outcomes

      Summary Statement: Understanding data requirements to guide the application of EIA principles and meet commitments to effective conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Embedding diverse values of nature in decision-making for sustainability

       

      Abstract ID# 85

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

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: Case study of early assessment for a large infrastructure project that showcases Indigenous leadership by applying interrelated values-centred guidelines for holistic people-nature wellness.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Embedding Resilience in Impact Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 412

      Presenting Author: Leonard  Akwany

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: paper through systematic evidence review appraises how resilience has been embedded in impact assessment in energy sector of Nile Basin Region and how this can be improved.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Embedding Sustainability through ESIA: Case Study from AlUla, Saudi Arabia

       

      Abstract ID# 153

      Presenting Author: Anna  Lyons

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: A look at how the Royal Commission for AlUla is using the ESIA process as a vehicle for transformational change, highlighting some of the lessons and challenges of applying this in practice.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Enhancement of ESIA: A Corporate Commitment

       

      Abstract ID# 267

      Presenting Author: Darylynn  Chung |  Coauthor(s):  Nur Khairin Bujang

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: This paper highlights how Sarawak Energy identifies and manages hydropower sustainability risks and opportunities through enhancement of ESIA studies requirements.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Ensuring FPIC in large and small-scale energy projects in Sarawak

       

      Abstract ID# 160

      Presenting Author: Celine  Lim

      Preferred Session:  Can an energy transition without FPIC be just(ified)?

      Summary Statement: How can practitioners, NGOs, and the government improve FPIC practices among Indigenous communities of Malaysian Borneo in the transition to renewable energy?

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Ensuring that Environmental Flows from Dams will Sustain Biodiversity

       

      Abstract ID# 83

      Presenting Author: George  Ledec

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: To sustain aquatic and riparian biodiversity, environmental flow releases from dams need to mimic seasonal flow variations--not just provide enough water downstream during dry periods.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Environmental & Social Performance on the Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project

       

      Abstract ID# 261

      Presenting Author: Phillip  Ziduche |  Coauthor(s):  Mwelwa Sata-Haruperi

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The KDRP is co-funded by World Bank, AFDB, EU & the Swedish Government. The Project aims to ensure the long-term safety & reliability of the water storage infrastructure on the Zambezi River

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Environmental/Cultural Flows for Impact Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 371

      Presenting Author: Nathanael  Bergbusch |  Coauthor(s):  Simon Courtenay

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: We investigate the potential for environmental/cultural flows (water for local people and the environment) to offer opportunities for sustainable water management through impact assessment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • ESG performance on Chinese energy companies

       

      Abstract ID# 104

      Presenting Author: MENGYUAN  LIN |  Coauthor(s):  Takehiko Murayama

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

      Summary Statement: This paper empirically examines the impact of Chinese energy companies' ESG performance on financial performance from three dimensions: Environmental (E), Social (S) and Governance (G).

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • ESIA, Resilience and Social Crisis. Recife (Pernambuco), Case of Study.

       

      Abstract ID# 330

      Presenting Author: Julio Andres  Rojas Lara |  Coauthor(s):  Ruth Alejandra Catacoli Jimenez

      Preferred Session:  Resilient organizations facing environmental and social crises

      Summary Statement: Recife belongs to the most affected climate change cities. ESG team and municipality has prepared an ESIA based on a risk approach and new IDB’s ESPF.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Eva Mayerhofer

       

      Abstract ID# 108

      Presenting Author: Eva  Mayerhofer

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: Eva Mayerhofer, Head of Environmental Policy, EIB

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Evaluating significance of community visioning in social impact assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 232

      Presenting Author: Munya  Chitakira

      Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment: How to achieve objectivity in measurement?

      Summary Statement: Evaluating significance of community visioning in social impact assessment using examples from across the world

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Evolution of the Environmental and Social Framework of the AIIB

       

      Abstract ID# 114

      Presenting Author: Stephen  Lintner

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: AIIB, founded in 2015, has an Environmental and Social Framework that evolves to meet changing needs of clients in achieving environmentally and socially sustainable development outcomes.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Example of using Biodiversity Net Gain calculations in EIA in UK.

       

      Abstract ID# 142

      Presenting Author: Bridget  Durning

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Quantification of Biodiversity Net Gain is required for proposed infrastructure in England. This paper explores to what extent this can aid the delivery of more sustainable projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Facilitative Leadership in Participation IA

       

      Abstract ID# 362

      Presenting Author: Joanne  Jacyk

      Preferred Session:  Facilitative Leadership in Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This presentation will explore how to use a facilitative approach to co-design, while balancing long term planning needs with an agile continuous learning model to remain accountable to participants.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE EIA’S IMPLEMENTATION ALL THE TIME IN INDONESIA

       

      Abstract ID# 376

      Presenting Author: Adib  Hasan |  Coauthor(s):  Erri Megantara

      Preferred Session:  Fueling effective ESIA through leadership and systems transformation

      Summary Statement: Factors that influence the EIA’s Implementation in Indonesia are not limited to the environmental factor only, but also some things outside it, namely international pressure and IT.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Flexibility of EIA process to cater urgent projects in Pakistan

       

      Abstract ID# 225

      Presenting Author: Mehreen  Khan |  Coauthor(s):  Muhammad Nawaz Chaudhry

      Preferred Session:  Is IA agile enough to balance urgency of reviews of complex green projects?

      Summary Statement: EIA process as of now is not agile enough to cater urgent green projects, however, policy makers need to come up with new procedures and policies to deal with urgent green projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • FPIC in Colombia: La Guajira Indigenous Territories and Energy Transition

       

      Abstract ID# 343

      Presenting Author: Piedad  Hernandez |  Coauthor(s):  Andres Amaya

      Preferred Session:  Can an energy transition without FPIC be just(ified)?

      Summary Statement: Colombia´s energy transition depends on developing projects in indigenous La Guajira Peninsula territory, only through legitimate FPIC a just transition can be sustainable

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Generative Urban Design for Smart, Sustainable Resilience Cities

       

      Abstract ID# 20

      Presenting Author: Prof. Habib   Alshuwaikhat |  Coauthor(s):  Laian Abussaud

      Preferred Session:  Urban Design and Green spaces for Wellbeing and Mental Health

      Summary Statement: Many designers are rethinking their design processes and using generative tools that autonomously take their ideas in multiple ways, giving them more possibilities to study and explore. When

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Global advances in the application of Nature based Solutions

       

      Abstract ID# 300

      Presenting Author: Steve  Edwards

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: This presentation will explore progress-to-date regarding the growth of the use of Nature-based Solutions as stand-alone projects, as policy, or included in infrastructure.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Global mapping of mining projects under energy transition scenarios

       

      Abstract ID# 372

      Presenting Author: Laura  Sonter |  Coauthor(s):  Stephen Northey ,   Pablo   Negret

      Preferred Session:  A Global Assessment for Prosperity, People, and the Planet (Session 1)

      Summary Statement: We review methods to map and model global environmental impacts of mining and evaluate the use of this data in decisions to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Heritage management as a force for economic and social resilience

       

      Abstract ID# 138

      Presenting Author: Kirk  Roberts

      Preferred Session:  Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment at Critical Sites

      Summary Statement: In AlUla County, Saudi Arabia, robust Heritage Impact Assessment processes are countering the challenges posed by rapid development, and contributing to a resilient heritage sector.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Highlighting the social in risk management

       

      Abstract ID# 214

      Presenting Author: Emerson  Sanchez |  Coauthor(s):  Hayley Henderson

      Preferred Session:  Putting the 'S' in ESG: Social Impact Assessment for Major Projects

      Summary Statement: The precursors of social risk according to place, proponent, and project are the bases of a social risk profile checklist, an early version of a toolkit in development.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • HOW FAR DOES THE CONTRACTOR AND SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT GO?

       

      Abstract ID# 167

      Presenting Author: OLGA  SKOTAREVA |  Coauthor(s):  (if asked happy to co-chair but otherwise will just present)

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Discussing best practice systems for managing environmental and social risks from contractors and suppliers.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • How to deal with risk aspects in impact assessment procedures, Japan case

       

      Abstract ID# 41

      Presenting Author: Takehiko  Murayama |  Coauthor(s):  Teru Hashimoto

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

      Summary Statement: This paper discussed how to be dealt with risk issues in Japan EIA procedures in terms of impact evaluation, conservation measures and opinions from stakeholders.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • How Universities Could Lead Climate Action -RE100 University League

       

      Abstract ID# 92

      Presenting Author: Sachihiko  Harashina

      Preferred Session:  Universities Should Lead Climate Action

      Summary Statement: Universities could lead climate action through showing RE100 models, educating future leaders and supporting other entities in the society acting through a network of RE100 Universities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • How voluntary ESG standards support IA to develop complex green projects

       

      Abstract ID# 32

      Presenting Author: Alain  Kilajian

      Preferred Session:  Is IA agile enough to balance urgency of reviews of complex green projects?

      Summary Statement: How voluntary ESG standards support IA to develop complex green projects

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Hydropower and indigenous peoples in Nepal: impactless asesssments

       

      Abstract ID# 166

      Presenting Author: Prabindra  Shakya

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: The author will share the chronic challenges with environmental impact assessments in the context of hydropower projects in Nepal and solutions from communities affected by those projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Hydropower Development in Nepal: Organization and Management Issues

       

      Abstract ID# 266

      Presenting Author: Lars  Soeftestad |  Coauthor(s):  Michael Holics ,   Binod   Pokharel

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Organization and management of the hydropower sector in Nepal is problematic, including local impacts. This concerns the valuation of local resources and compensation, and cultural issues.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • IA unfolding a Green and Resilient Roads Program

       

      Abstract ID# 250

      Presenting Author: Neha Vyas  Mishra

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment: Fostering Partnerships for Green Resilient Development

      Summary Statement: Success, learning, innovation, and opportunities for Green and Resilient Development unfolded by a robust IA process – Case of Roads and Highways Sector of India

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • ICZM - A rendezvous for coastal sectors, Negotiating for healthy coasts

       

      Abstract ID# 106

      Presenting Author: Anuja  Shukla |  Coauthor(s):  Siddharth Merchant

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment: Fostering Partnerships for Green Resilient Development

      Summary Statement: The session traverses the adoption of ICZM approach in the state of Odisha, for informed decision making in complex coastal ecosystems, based on integrated and ecosystem based planning.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Impact assessment for creating more good: Data-centric led approach.

       

      Abstract ID# 234

      Presenting Author: Christopher  Ibeh

      Preferred Session:  Moving beyond risk: Striving for data to deliver nature positive outcomes

      Summary Statement: Creating quality data is a pre-requisite for the compounding effect of moving beyond just risk-based Impact assessment to creating more good (environmental sustainability as well as low car.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Improvement of climate suitability model for fruit trees

       

      Abstract ID# 231

      Presenting Author: Shinwoo  Hyun |  Coauthor(s):  Kwang Soo Kim

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: Integration of dormancy model into climate suitability model to simulate vernalization process of fruit trees

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Improving E&S Performance with Procurement

       

      Abstract ID# 303

      Presenting Author: Adeolu  Ojo |  Coauthor(s):  Mbianyor Bakia

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The E&S Performance of projects can be substantially improved by mainstreaming it into the procurement process

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • In pursuit of the environment impact assessment a challenge in open data

       

      Abstract ID# 157

      Presenting Author: Raymond   Katebaka |  Coauthor(s):  Juliet Kintu

      Preferred Session:  Moving beyond risk: Striving for data to deliver nature positive outcomes

      Summary Statement: Impact Assessment integration in Cross Sector Biodiversity Initiatives in their revision of the Equator Principles regarding good practice of companies with regard to the environment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous community’s active participation matters in quality of ESIA

       

      Abstract ID# 354

      Presenting Author: Tselmegsaikhan  Lkhagva

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: The paper examined the implementation of the regulation on public engagements in ESIA through reviewing ESIA reports and insights of 115 participants in 2021 in Mongolia.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous FPIC protocols to promote a fair and inclusive impact assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 240

      Presenting Author: Philippe  Hanna

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: We will present cases from Latin America about FPIC protocols developed by local communities enacting how FPIC must be applied if their livelihoods are to be affected by external projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous IA as a game-changer? Lessons from Aotearoa New Zealand

       

      Abstract ID# 218

      Presenting Author: Dyanna   Jolly

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: This presentation shares findings from a recent analysis of cultural impact assessment effectiveness in Aotearoa New Zealand, based on Māori lived experiences and evaluated with Indigenous t

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous lead Cumulative Effects in Impact Assessment and Decision-making

       

      Abstract ID# 176

      Presenting Author: James  Herbert |  Coauthor(s):  Paula Doucette

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: How Gitxaała Nation and Transport Canada are using broad-scale cumulative effects assessments to meet the needs of the parties and also address potential cumulative effects within project-le

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous Leadership in Canada - leading discussions on IA

       

      Abstract ID# 356

      Presenting Author: Raymond  Cardinal

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: This paper will review the role of Indigenous leadership broadly in the field of IA, and show how Indigenous decision-making will play a critical role in years ahead.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Indigenous Leadership in IA: Implementing DRIPA in British Columbia, Canada

       

      Abstract ID# 175

      Presenting Author: Dawn  Hoogeveen

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: Regulatory questions around the strengths and weaknesses of current DRIPA implementation in BC and the promotion of Indigenous leadership through IA.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Influence of SEA on foreign investment in Cambodia

       

      Abstract ID# 87

      Presenting Author: Layheng  Kuoch

      Preferred Session:  Strategic Environmental Assessments in Mekong Country

      Summary Statement: The application of SEA in policy formulation is vital for substantial investment; however, there are still influences of SEA on the investment during the implementation process.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Innovative business models for social good and economic growth in mSMEs/SME

       

      Abstract ID# 134

      Presenting Author: Ammara  Sheikh

      Preferred Session:  Facilitative Leadership in Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: We will explore how the challenges of an emerging market can be perceived as an opportunity to devise a self-reliant social enterprise with an impact through facilitative leadership

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Insights from the Private Sector in Nature Based Solutions projects

       

      Abstract ID# 317

      Presenting Author: Kevin  Soubly |  Coauthor(s):  Boon-Piew Ng

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: A presentation on NBS implementation from the private sector's perspective, focused on governance frameworks, policy measures, and lessons learned.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Integrated impact assessment of large hydropower projects in Sikkim, India

       

      Abstract ID# 321

      Presenting Author: Matrika  Ghimiray |  Coauthor(s):  Anand Rao

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The study illustrates a novel impact assessment framework to analyze the socio-economic and environmental impacts of large hydropower projects in the Himalayan state of Sikkim in India.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Integrating Poverty-Environment Objectives into Plans

       

      Abstract ID# 421

      Presenting Author: Johan  Robinson

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: The presentation will present case studies and lessons learned in integrating poverty-environment objectives into national planning processes, drawing from joint UNDP-UNEP work in the PEA nexus.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Integrating Traditional Knowledge in Indigenous-led Impact Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 339

      Presenting Author: Kelsea  McKenzie |  Coauthor(s):  Kacie McLaren

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: Indigenous-led impact assessments examined the interconnectedness of ecological organisms and determined the cumulative effects of a dam/bridge replacement in Temiscaming, Quebec, Canada.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • International Donor Agencies’ Role in Impact Assessment & Implementation

       

      Abstract ID# 144

      Presenting Author: Raju  Gyawali

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The role of international funding agencies for effectiveness of IA and its implementation is although crucial, not successful all the time in Nepal; which will be highlighted in this paper.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Introduction to the potential role of IA in Due Diligence

       

      Abstract ID# 111

      Presenting Author: Heikki  Kalle

      Preferred Session:  Follow the money – Is there a role for IA in Due Diligence?

      Summary Statement: This paper introduces the potential role of IA in Due Diligence (an instrument for investment decisions and financing).

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • It is also the rain: Natural Hazards, Climate Change and Assessing Impacts

       

      Abstract ID# 281

      Presenting Author: Charles  Kelly

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: A review of how natural hazards, climate and other factions need to be considered in impact assessment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Jeffrey B. Jacquet

       

      Abstract ID# 56

      Presenting Author: Jeffrey   Jacquet

      Preferred Session:  Capacity Building on SIA through Certification and Accreditation

      Summary Statement: Jeffrey B. Jacquet, Associate Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources at Ohio State University. Co-lead of OSU's 4-course certificate in Impact Assessment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Juchul Juing

       

      Abstract ID# 163

      Presenting Author: juchul  Jung

      Preferred Session:  Universities Should Lead Climate Action

      Summary Statement: Juchul Juing

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Key E&S insights from World Bank Inspection Panel cases

       

      Abstract ID# 369

      Presenting Author: Mark  Goldsmith

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: Lessons learned from by the Panel in five technical areas: Involuntary resettlement, Indigenous Peoples, Natural Habitat, Physical Cultural Resources and consultation will be explored.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Kimiko Hirata

       

      Abstract ID# 75

      Presenting Author: Kimiko  Hirata

      Preferred Session:  Universities Should Lead Climate Action

      Summary Statement: Kimiko Hirata, Ph.D, Executive Director, Climate Integrate

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • KSEIA for the Sustainable Future

       

      Abstract ID# 197

      Presenting Author: MYUNGJIN  KIM |  Coauthor(s):  Sookjin Jeon

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

      Summary Statement: KSEIA for the sustainable future is to extend KSEIA’s reach, strengthen collaborations, and enhance knowledge sharing and capacity building.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Laying a foundation for good mitigation policy and practice: COMBO+

       

      Abstract ID# 260

      Presenting Author: Amrei  vonHase |  Coauthor(s):  COMBO+ teams

      Preferred Session:  Resilient landscapes and Nature Positive outcomes: EIA practitioners' role

      Summary Statement: Highlights from COMBO+ in four African and two Asian countries to help build a solid foundation for the mitigation hierarchy and contribute to biodiversity targets

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Leaders as Transformers: Lessons for More Effective ESIA at USAID

       

      Abstract ID# 249

      Presenting Author: Teresa  Bernhard |  Coauthor(s):  Will Gibson

      Preferred Session:  Fueling effective ESIA through leadership and systems transformation

      Summary Statement: This paper shares forward-looking lessons from a comprehensive evaluation of USAID’s environmental safeguard program, focused on transforming Agency practice and strengthening leadership for

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Leadership and Change Management in Higher Education: A Conceptual Review

       

      Abstract ID# 139

      Presenting Author: Evelyn  Gan |  Coauthor(s):  Mung Ling Voon

      Preferred Session:  Transforming Leadership/Embracing Authenticity

      Summary Statement: Leadership best practices in global higher education for effective change management.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Leadership Implementing UNDRIP in Impact Assessment: A Canadian Experience

       

      Abstract ID# 338

      Presenting Author: Danielle   Smyth |  Coauthor(s):  Tara Narwani

      Preferred Session:  Transforming Leadership/Embracing Authenticity

      Summary Statement: The Canadian province of British Columbia shares experiences developing and implementing IA legislation, policies and practices that recognize Indigenous jurisdiction, align with UNDRIP and

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Leadership in IA by Kitselas First Nation in Canada

       

      Abstract ID# 93

      Presenting Author: Chris  Apps |  Coauthor(s):  Matt Hammond

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: Kitselas First Nation is an Indigenous group in Canada that has developed IA policies and agreements to improve decisions for the betterment of their community and environment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Leading in unpacking Mpumalanga Just Transition Landscape for resilience

       

      Abstract ID# 311

      Presenting Author: Duduzile  Sibiya |  Coauthor(s):  Robyn Luyt

      Preferred Session:  Can an energy transition without FPIC be just(ified)?

      Summary Statement: Mpumalanga is a hotspot for Just Transition the whole world is watching how will fairly and justly transit to renewable energy technology and economically diversify to avoid system collapse.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Learning-oriented impact assessment for promoting transformational change

       

      Abstract ID# 368

      Presenting Author: Alan  Diduck

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: This paper explores selected components of impact assessment with promise for promoting transformational change towards environmental sustainability and resilience.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Lessons learned from applying the IUCN Standard for NbS in an iron ore mine

       

      Abstract ID# 307

      Presenting Author: Barbara  Souza |  Coauthor(s):  Stephen Edwards

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: The paper assesses the extent to which the restoration measures adopted by a mining operation are aligned with the IUCN Global Standard for NbS.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Making EA agile through digitalization: Results from the DREAMS project

       

      Abstract ID# 81

      Presenting Author: Ivar  Lyhne |  Coauthor(s):  Lone Kørnøv

      Preferred Session:  Is IA agile enough to balance urgency of reviews of complex green projects?

      Summary Statement: Taking advantage of the opportunities within digitalization, the DREAMS project supports EA practitioners to make processes more agile. Results are presented with focus on green transition.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Managing complex science and stakeholder concerns: a Greenlandic case study

       

      Abstract ID# 220

      Presenting Author: Liz  Wall |  Coauthor(s):  Garry Frere

      Preferred Session:  Is IA agile enough to balance urgency of reviews of complex green projects?

      Summary Statement: Drawing on the experience of the Kvanefjeld project in southern Greenland, this presentation will highlight some of the challenges faced in the IA process for a rare earth mine

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Maybe its time to let the old ways die. Resilience strategies in Brasil

       

      Abstract ID# 246

      Presenting Author: Frederico  Campos Viana

      Preferred Session:  Resilient organizations facing environmental and social crises

      Summary Statement: Resilience strategies in the energy sector of Brazil.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Mikko Venermo

       

      Abstract ID# 117

      Presenting Author: Mikko  Venermo

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: Senior Manager, Environmental & Social Policy, Standards & Knowledge Management, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Mortality due to extreme temperatures in South Korea by SSP-RCP scenarios

       

      Abstract ID# 228

      Presenting Author: Ho  Kim |  Coauthor(s):  Haejin Choi ,   Hyemin   Jang ,   Insung Song ,   Jinah Park & Jungmin Moon

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: We estimated future mortality due to heat wave by SSP-RCP scenarios in South Korea. Attributable deaths due to heat will increase up to 10 time in 2100’s by various scenarios.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Municipal Solid Waste Management for Carbon Neutral Destination in Nan

       

      Abstract ID# 133

      Presenting Author: Wilailuk   Niyommaneerat |  Coauthor(s):  Bualuang Faiyue

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: To achieve low-carbon tourism, greenhouse gas emissions from waste management in tourism activities need to be accountable, and practices need to be in place in local contexts.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Nature Based Solutions - an MDB Approach

       

      Abstract ID# 17

      Presenting Author: Peter  Moore

      Preferred Session:  Advancing understanding of Nature-based solutions in impact assessment

      Summary Statement: Through the use of case studies, this session will explore the World Bank’s experience in working with our Borrowers to incorporate Nature Based Solutions into project design.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Ngu Lock Hei (panelist)

       

      Abstract ID# 135

      Presenting Author: Lock Hei  Ngu

      Preferred Session:  Universities Should Lead Climate Action

      Summary Statement: Sharing on Swinburne University (Sarawak Campus) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) action plan, incorporation in curriculum, awareness initiatives and staff-related research.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Nuclear power, a renewable energy that contributes to carbon neutrality

       

      Abstract ID# 341

      Presenting Author: Ma. Luisa  Martinez

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: Nuclear energy can contribute to carbon neutrality objective. Environmental and social impact assessment will play a great role in weighing the benefits of a nuclear power.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Nuclear science popularization: China case

       

      Abstract ID# 101

      Presenting Author: Ziyu   Fan |  Coauthor(s):  Takehiko Murayama

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

      Summary Statement: Analysis of the current situation and needs of nuclear science popularization among university students: a case study in Guangdong province, China

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Occupational, Health and Safety (OHS) in Environmental Impact Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 370

      Presenting Author: Annu  Rajbhandari

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment: Fostering Partnerships for Green Resilient Development

      Summary Statement: The session shares the experience of addressing OHS impacts in Rural Transport project through systematic approach.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • One Health in Impact Assessment for ecological resilience

       

      Abstract ID# 210

      Presenting Author: Francesca  Viliani |  Coauthor(s):  Catherine Machalaba

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: The presentation illustrates how the One Health approach in Impact assessment identifies risks of emergence of EID at the source by addressing drivers at the human-animal-ecosystem interface

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Operationalizing Consensus-Based Approach through Environmental Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 126

      Presenting Author: Jason  Boisvert |  Coauthor(s):  JoAnne Michano

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: A case study of how the principle of FPIC was advanced in the EA for a proposed mine project through a collaborative process between Biigtigong Nishnaabeg and the Government of Canada.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Optimizing AAPowerLink’s ESIA with EAs in Australia, Indonesia, Singapore

       

      Abstract ID# 122

      Presenting Author: Eleanor  Gill

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: A case study of Sun Cable’s AAPowerLink International ESIA scoping and planning, and how the ESIA aligns with and builds on three local EA processes in Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Optimizing community participation with Yala Hub Framework in Lake Victoria

       

      Abstract ID# 352

      Presenting Author: Douglas  Ouma |  Coauthor(s):  Victor Odenyo

      Preferred Session:  Facilitative Leadership in Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Effective community participation determines and influences effective implementation of decisions made and that increased participation through deliberate intervention will sustainability

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Optimizing environmental and social performance in infrastructure projects

       

      Abstract ID# 308

      Presenting Author: Patrick  Francis

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Risk management strategies, contracting structures, improved collaboration, and technological solutions can enhance infrastructure sustainability. Starting with assessing environmental and

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Overhauling environment and climate risk screening for EU cooperation

       

      Abstract ID# 420

      Presenting Author: Juan  Palerm |  Coauthor(s):  Bernard Crabbé

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: Advances on the revision of guidance for the greening of EU cooperation, including changes to environment and climate risk screening and assessment that reflect the new policy priorities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Overview of Environmental Assessment Policies and Resilience across LMIC

       

      Abstract ID# 168

      Presenting Author: Maged Mahmoud  Hamed |  Coauthor(s):  Ernesto Sanchez-Triana

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: This paper examines the extent to which EIA regulations of LMICs include resilience considerations to respond to the different recent crises (such as poverty incidence, pandemics, or food in

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Perceived Benefits of Environmental Impact Assessment in Azerbaijan

       

      Abstract ID# 314

      Presenting Author: Ramiz  Babayev |  Coauthor(s):  Thomas Fischer

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The study identified that EIA instrument is able to change infrastructure projects more sustainable regardless of the quality of reports.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Predicted effects of polymetallic nodule mining on marine ecosystems

       

      Abstract ID# 188

      Presenting Author: Jayden  Hyman

      Preferred Session:  The Role of EIA in Deep-Sea Mining

      Summary Statement: Results of an integrated ecosystem assessment for the Clarion-Clipperton Zone, Pacific Ocean, predict the effects of polymetallic nodule mining on marine ecosystems.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods through Solar Energy: The Case of Wowetta

       

      Abstract ID# 199

      Presenting Author: Paulette  Bynoe |  Coauthor(s):  Shevon Wood

      Preferred Session:  Can an energy transition without FPIC be just(ified)?

      Summary Statement: This case study examines FPIC and assesses the impact of solar home systems on indigenous households ‘sustainable livelihoods in Wowetta in the North Rupununi of Guyana.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Qualities of green spaces that influence mental health: A review

       

      Abstract ID# 233

      Presenting Author: Funmi  Akindejoye

      Preferred Session:  Urban Design and Green spaces for Wellbeing and Mental Health

      Summary Statement: Establishing the qualities of green spaces that influence mental health is still difficult & the relationship is complex.Thus there is need for further dedicated studies on the topic.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Races in the Desert: Baselines, Measuring Resilience, and Fast-paced IAs

       

      Abstract ID# 244

      Presenting Author: Carla  Korpijaakko

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Ensuring a strong ecological baseline for effective impact assessment in fast-paced environments with limited existing conditions data.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Recent lawsuit case analysis related to EIA of Korea

       

      Abstract ID# 39

      Presenting Author: Youngsoo  LEE |  Coauthor(s):  Eugene Kang ,   Mingu   Ji ,   Hyunjin Choi

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

      Summary Statement: To reduce lawsuit case and social conflicts, more credible EIA statement, sharing information as early as possible and strengthening SIA are needed.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Recycling building materials in Hong Kong - where IA meets CE

       

      Abstract ID# 204

      Presenting Author: Crystal, Mei Yan  Lui

      Preferred Session:  Synergies of Impact Assessment and Circular Economy

      Summary Statement: The paper studies cases of CE through recycling construction waste as effective mitigation in IA and how IA quantifies benefits of recycled building materials and promotes adoption of CE.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Reflections on psycho-social impacts and resilience

       

      Abstract ID# 212

      Presenting Author: Helen  Ross |  Coauthor(s):  Michael Edelstein

      Preferred Session:  Psycho-Social Resilience

      Summary Statement: The convenors reflect on the complex relationship between psychosocial impacts and resilience shown in their key Australian and US studies over 50 years, and offer advice to practitioners.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Regional SIA Capacity Building through Education and Accreditation

       

      Abstract ID# 198

      Presenting Author: Carlos  Perez-Brito

      Preferred Session:  Putting the 'S' in ESG: Social Impact Assessment for Major Projects

      Summary Statement: Capacity-building for SIA in East Asia and the Pacific is crucial to regional futures. Join us to discuss how SIA education and accreditation will play a key role.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Renewable energy projects in the Netherlands: urgency and the role of IA

       

      Abstract ID# 306

      Presenting Author: Luis  Martins Dias

      Preferred Session:  Is IA agile enough to balance urgency of reviews of complex green projects?

      Summary Statement: How can IA help in the planning of urgent large renewable energy projects in the Netherlands? Is it agile enough to provide the necessary information for decision making?

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Resilient organizations can recover and benefit from emergencies

       

      Abstract ID# 296

      Presenting Author: Andres Felipe  Uribe Mesa |  Coauthor(s):  Ana Milena Joya Camacho

      Preferred Session:  Resilient organizations facing environmental and social crises

      Summary Statement: Through compounded safety and health emergencies, the HidroItuango Project has demonstrated high resiliency and was able to strengthen environmental, and social management capabilities

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Romaine hydroelectric complex monitoring program : lessons learned so far?

       

      Abstract ID# 273

      Presenting Author: Maude  Richard St-Vincent |  Coauthor(s):  Marie-Josée Grimard

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The vast environmental monitoring program for Romaine complex (2009-2040) is an important tool for improving impact assessments. Lessons learned so far will be useful for future projects.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Safeguarding Biodiversity and Meeting International Obligations through EIA

       

      Abstract ID# 373

      Presenting Author: Anna  Johnston

      Preferred Session:  A Global Assessment for Prosperity, People, and the Planet (Session 1)

      Summary Statement: Using Canada as an example, this paper explores gaps, challenges and options for improving the treatment of biodiversity in project, regional and strategic assessment.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Science Meets Practice: Landscape Ecology and IA in Support of Biodiversity

       

      Abstract ID# 263

      Presenting Author: Christina  Rehbein

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Landscape ecology science can enhance biodiversity assessment in IA. Challenges and opportunities for linking science and practice are explored from a Canadian regulatory perspective.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SDGs to promote Climate change and biodiversity: insight from Scotland.

       

      Abstract ID# 258

      Presenting Author: Vincent  Onyango

      Preferred Session:  A Global Assessment for Prosperity, People, and the Planet (Session 1)

      Summary Statement: We show how a method such as opportunity space analysis, based on SEA reports from Scotland, can be used to characterise the practice and ability of SEA to integrate SDGs.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SEA: How it addresses the failure of EIAs in Cambodia

       

      Abstract ID# 86

      Presenting Author: Chhuonvuoch  Koem |  Coauthor(s):  Leng Chea

      Preferred Session:  Strategic Environmental Assessments in Mekong Country

      Summary Statement: SEA is significant for project sustainability since it addresses the limitation of EIA including transparency, public engagement, cumulative assessment as well as mitigation measures.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SIA certification in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

       

      Abstract ID# 27

      Presenting Author: Ana Maria  Esteves |  Coauthor(s):  Sheridan Coakes

      Preferred Session:  Capacity Building on SIA through Certification and Accreditation

      Summary Statement: A specialist certification scheme in SIA was launched in 2022 in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, the first of its kind globally.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SIA credentials and accreditation in Australia?

       

      Abstract ID# 58

      Presenting Author: Will  Rifkin

      Preferred Session:  Capacity Building on SIA through Certification and Accreditation

      Summary Statement: Australian institutions could provide certification and accreditation for SIA practitioners to operate nationally and internationally due to good resources, but significant hurdles remain.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Site selection for small hydropower plant based on resources time footprint

       

      Abstract ID# 195

      Presenting Author: Xiaoxun  Huang |  Coauthor(s):  Kiichiro Hayashi

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

      Summary Statement: We developed an approach to identify potential locations for small hydropower plants using resources time footprint in the aspect of material, CO2 emission, land, and labor.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Smarter Solar Procurement in the Pacific: Addressing Lowest-Cost Risk

       

      Abstract ID# 351

      Presenting Author: Philip  Martin |  Coauthor(s):  Sam Bunt

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: Case-study of the ways better-integrated risk assessment in AIFFP’s Palau Solar investment contributed to removing market demand for the forced-labour-exposed polysilicon products

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Social impact assessment and reducing risk in Indonesian oil palm

       

      Abstract ID# 76

      Presenting Author: Piers  Gillespie

      Preferred Session:  Putting the 'S' in ESG: Social Impact Assessment for Major Projects

      Summary Statement: Social impact assessment and reducing risk in Indonesian oil palm

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Sourcing Regionally - Local Building Material and their Re-use

       

      Abstract ID# 143

      Presenting Author: Catherine  Cone

      Preferred Session:  Synergies of Impact Assessment and Circular Economy

      Summary Statement: RCU would like to learn from its historic re-use of building material to ensure development today can keep the circular economy alive in AlUla

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Space for renewable energy?

       

      Abstract ID# 270

      Presenting Author: Petra  Boonman

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Limited space, maximum whishes and needs. How to chose?

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Spatial analysis of ecosystem service importance in Greater Mekong rivers

       

      Abstract ID# 67

      Presenting Author: Peter-John   Meynell

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

      Summary Statement: A systematic framework is described for defining and mapping the ecological importance of rivers in South East Asia, identifying high value reaches of rivers for protection or management of

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Spatial ethics as an evaluation tool for long-term impacts of infrastructur

       

      Abstract ID# 77

      Presenting Author: Juhyun Lee  Lee

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Spatial ethics multi-criterial assessment should be considered and operated as a critical tool to measure broader long-term social impacts of urban infrastructure projects

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SPECTRUM PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IAP2 ON SUBAK BALI

       

      Abstract ID# 241

      Presenting Author: pundarika Vidya  Andika |  Coauthor(s):  Aldi Muhammad Alizar

      Preferred Session:  Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment at Critical Sites

      Summary Statement: Bali's Subak system has been implemented for managing stakeholders in the irrigation sector since the 11th century. Therefore, Subak can be a framework for engaging public in complex issues

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • St.Lawrence Cultures & Nations: an approach built on trust and reciprocity

       

      Abstract ID# 316

      Presenting Author: Catherine  Guillemette |  Coauthor(s):  Roxane Lavoie

      Preferred Session:  Transforming Leadership/Embracing Authenticity

      Summary Statement: A team of academic researchers and reps from 5 First Nations co-create an innovative approach to assess sociocultural cumulative effects from marine activities on Indigenous communities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • STRATEGIC CULTURA RESOURCE IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE

       

      Abstract ID# 342

      Presenting Author: Renato  Kipnis

      Preferred Session:  Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment at Critical Sites

      Summary Statement: Assessing the archaeological potential of two areas directly impacted by a hypothetical dam break due to climate change in northern Amazonia.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Strategic environmental plan to strive for carbon neutrality in Hong Kong

       

      Abstract ID# 238

      Presenting Author: Noel  Yim |  Coauthor(s):  Karen Lee

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: Reviewing strategies in Hong Kong to reduce the carbon footprint and enhance the adaptation and resilience to climate change with a view to lead Hong Kong towards carbon neutrality.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Strengthening Parliamentary Capacity Building in Climate Finance

       

      Abstract ID# 248

      Presenting Author: Muhamad Azami  Nasri

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: This paper is prepared to serve as a guide in increasing the capacity of the parliament which has a budget function in the form of climate finance

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Strengthening SEA in the Pacific Region: Challenges and Opportunities

       

      Abstract ID# 60

      Presenting Author: Jope  Davetanivalu |  Coauthor(s):  Ivan Diarra

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

      Summary Statement: The SPREP Regional SEA guideline ‘is a strategic planning tool that supports the application of SEA to support environmental planning, policy and informed decision making.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Supporting communities to monitor biodiversity recovery in the Niger Delta

       

      Abstract ID# 301

      Presenting Author: Joseph  Onoja

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Working with local communities to monitor biodiversity recovery in the Niger Delta

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Sustainability, impact assessment, and carbon capture and storage in Canada

       

      Abstract ID# 291

      Presenting Author: Ian  Stewart

      Preferred Session:  Towards More Sustainable Oil and Gas Projects - Strategies for Oil & Gas

      Summary Statement: What do we learn about the sustainability of oil and gas development when we include carbon capture and storage in impact assessment? Recent examples from Canada provide some answers.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Sustainable finance- EIB operating model

       

      Abstract ID# 276

      Presenting Author: Angela  Filipas

      Preferred Session:  Overhauling impact assessment in response to the sustainability imperatives

      Summary Statement: Sustainable finance- EIB operating model: moving forward from the focus on the management of environmental, climate and social risks and impacts to the pursuit of environmental opportunities

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • SUSTAINING BIODIVERSITY THROUGH A WETLAND CONSERVATION PARKS SYSTEM

       

      Abstract ID# 194

      Presenting Author: Pei Kee  Ng |  Coauthor(s):  Gary Chow

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: Introducing Wetland Conservation Parks in Hong Kong as a resilient ecological concept in achieving a harmonious urban-rural integration in balancing development and nature conservation.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Systems analysis of cumulative effects in EIA, a generic tool for all tiers

       

      Abstract ID# 169

      Presenting Author: Johanna  Gordon |  Coauthor(s):  Charlotta Faith-Ell

      Preferred Session:  Analysis of cumulative impact and its input for climate change management through ESIA

      Summary Statement: By applying qualitative systems analysis, generic cumulative effects (CE) in Swedish road and rail projects are captured, allowing for a working method for CE integration in all tiers.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The application of Adaptive Management to deep sea mining projects

       

      Abstract ID# 115

      Presenting Author: Neil  Crossouard |  Coauthor(s):  Tom Matthewson

      Preferred Session:  The Role of EIA in Deep-Sea Mining

      Summary Statement: In this paper we consider what aspects of adaptive management used in coastal dredging may be applied to deep sea mining, potential gaps and challenges and how these may be addressed.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The case of AES Andes: from conflicts and fossil fuels to renewable energy

       

      Abstract ID# 310

      Presenting Author: Juan Carlos  Monckeberg

      Preferred Session:  Resilient organizations facing environmental and social crises

      Summary Statement: AES Andes has been able to take advantage of the environmental opposition to one of its main projects to lead the transformation of Chile’s energy matrix into a highly renewable one.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The ecological impacts of hydro-peaking in tropical and subtropical regions

       

      Abstract ID# 48

      Presenting Author: Zaglul  Khandkar |  Coauthor(s):  Ross Thompson

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: The outcome of our research will enable managers and governments to identify suitable hydro-peaking mitigation measures in tropical and sub-tropical countries.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Economic and Social Struggle of PAPs in Integrating into New Settlement

       

      Abstract ID# 319

      Presenting Author: Irene  Yeboah |  Coauthor(s):  Beryl Adomaa Buanya ,   Antoinette Salmata   Gabby Hayes

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: The paper as a case study examines how people’s livelihoods have rebounded to their new way of life after being adversely impacted by a Transport Sector Improvement Project in Ghana

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The First EIA for CO2 injection and mineralisation in Iceland

       

      Abstract ID# 254

      Presenting Author: Heida   Adalsteinsdottir

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: The First EIA for CO2 injection and mineralisation in Iceland – the challenges to overcome when being the first and the key learning outcomes from the process

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The FPIC process: a way of empowering indigenous communities?

       

      Abstract ID# 245

      Presenting Author: Francesca   Rossi |  Coauthor(s):  Emanuele Bobbio

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: The implementation of the FPIC in a linear infrastructure project in Cameroon has shown its empowering importance for indigenous people in IA.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • THE Impact Rankings: Evaluating universities progress under an SDG paradigm

       

      Abstract ID# 16

      Presenting Author: Julie  Wilkens McMahon |  Coauthor(s):  Simone Dilena

      Preferred Session:  Social Impact Assessment: How Universities' Impacts on Society are Evaluate

      Summary Statement: This session will explore in-depth the transformative nature of embedding the SDG’s within a rankings methodology and framework to examine societal impact.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The impacts of converting cropland for renewables under carbon neutrality

       

      Abstract ID# 63

      Presenting Author: Yuan  Xu

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: Carbon neutrality requires solar PV and wind turbines and thus a substantial amount of land. This study examines the necessary scale and impacts of converting cropland for renewables.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) for impact assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 252

      Presenting Author: Ben  Jobson |  Coauthor(s):  Edward Ellis

      Preferred Session:  Moving beyond risk: Striving for data to deliver nature positive outcomes

      Summary Statement: IBAT is a leading tool for biodiversity risk screening and impact assessment; IBAT delivers protected areas, Key Biodiversity Areas and the IUCN Red List alongside reporting functionalities

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Long Haul: Applying a MWIA to countries long term post COVID recovery

       

      Abstract ID# 353

      Presenting Author: Barry  Taylor

      Preferred Session:  Psycho-Social Resilience

      Summary Statement: Using a MWIA this paper explores what determinants and outcomes should inform countries’ transition from crisis mental health support to a community based mental wellbeing framework in post

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The need for streamlining IA in The Netherlands

       

      Abstract ID# 109

      Presenting Author: Maarten  Scheffers |  Coauthor(s):  Hans Vries, de

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: The Netherlands has been streamlining EIA for more than 20 years. This contribution provides a picture of the attempts to speed up planning procedures and make them more efficient.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Power of Nature-based Solutions to Increase Resiliency

       

      Abstract ID# 340

      Presenting Author: Virginia  King |  Coauthor(s):  Benjamin Stewart

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: This presentation will highlight the power of nature based solutions to create and sustain resiliency through ecosystem services

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Road to Whati: Indigenous Implementation of an Environmental Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 264

      Presenting Author: Janelle  Kuntz |  Coauthor(s):  Tammy Steinwand-Deschambeault

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: The Tlicho Highway stands as an exemplary model of Indigenous leadership and resiliency in an environmental assessment while promoting Tlicho language, culture, and way of life.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The role of capacity-building in the Pacific Islands

       

      Abstract ID# 357

      Presenting Author: Rachelle   Marburg

      Preferred Session:  Capacity Building on SIA through Certification and Accreditation

      Summary Statement: Overview of the World Bank’s approach to implementing capacity-building in the Pacific Islands, learn from examples and lessons for achieving inclusive and sustainable development

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Social Impact of the UI GreenMetric participants to the society

       

      Abstract ID# 363

      Presenting Author: Riri  Fitri Sari |  Coauthor(s):  Hastin Setiani ,   Jauzak Hussaini   Windiatmaja

      Preferred Session:  Social Impact Assessment: How Universities' Impacts on Society are Evaluate

      Summary Statement: UI GreenMetric is a world university ranking that measures campus sustainability efforts. The ranking is based broadly on the conceptual framework of Environment, Economy, and Equity.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The strategic importance of key metals in China’s carbon-neutral future

       

      Abstract ID# 200

      Presenting Author: Yufan  Du

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: The strategic importance of lithium, cobalt and nickel in 2050 may be comparable with oil and gas today, with recycling as the most important factor shaping the metals’ strategic importance.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The validity of spatial data-based EIA screening decisions

       

      Abstract ID# 51

      Presenting Author: Dirk  Cilliers |  Coauthor(s):  Francois Retief

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: Screening based on spatial information can result in invalid screening decisions. The accuracy and scale of spatial information must be considered for their effect on screening decisions.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • The Vandhoo Turtles: When Biodiversity Conservation Meets Environmental Man

       

      Abstract ID# 23

      Presenting Author: Mokshana  Wijeyeratne |  Coauthor(s):  Ahmed Hassaan Zuhair

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment: Fostering Partnerships for Green Resilient Development

      Summary Statement: The session traverses the birth of the Vandhoo Regional Waste Management Facilities, Turtle Management Plan (TMPs) a collaborative modal for marine biodiversity conservation in the Maldives.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • To Fight Climate Change in Constructrion

       

      Abstract ID# 45

      Presenting Author: Mohamed Hasan  Isa

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment for Resilient Carbon Neutrality

      Summary Statement: Climate change is having a huge impact. Construction industry is not among the largest sectors contributing to climate change. Proper materials, processes, etc., can reduce carbon footprint.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Toward Ethical AI-based Technologies for a Sustainable Future

       

      Abstract ID# 36

      Presenting Author: Halah  Alasmari

      Preferred Session:  Towards More Sustainable Oil and Gas Projects - Strategies for Oil & Gas

      Summary Statement: Our research shows that AI-based technologies cannot be assumed to perform similarly to conventional ones.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Tracking corporate net positive impact in the mining sector

       

      Abstract ID# 119

      Presenting Author: Warwick  Mostert

      Preferred Session:  Moving beyond risk: Striving for data to deliver nature positive outcomes

      Summary Statement: Presentation of biodiversity metrics and data needs to quantify a mining corporations trajectory towards Net Positive Impact

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Transforming international ESIA Processes to improve ESG Outcomes

       

      Abstract ID# 186

      Presenting Author: Mellissa  Winfield

      Preferred Session:  Aligning local and international ESIA standards for transformational change

      Summary Statement: Survey-based research to explore the challenges of effective international ESIA practice and identify opportunities that transform governance and improve environmental and social outcomes.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Transient dynamics of forest growth and stand density after thinning

       

      Abstract ID# 243

      Presenting Author: Hyung-Sub  Kim |  Coauthor(s):  Gwang-Jung Kim ,   Jeong-Min   Lee ,   Min-Young Kwon ,   Ge-Eun Kim & Ahn, Ji-Eun; Choi, Yoo-Jin; Kwon, Sang-Geun; Kim, Jin-Seo; Park, Ji-Eun; Jo, Hee-Jae; Son, Yo-Whan

      Preferred Session:  Climate Change Impact Assessment and Integrated Application Tools

      Summary Statement: This study estimated the dynamics of mean diameter at breast height (DBH) and stand density after thinnin g and predict potential equilibriums of mean DBH and stand density in Korea forests.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Una Meades

       

      Abstract ID# 118

      Presenting Author: Una  Meades

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: Una Meades, Lead, Environmental and Social Risk Management, World Bank

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • USAID OPTIONAL SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK

       

      Abstract ID# 29

      Presenting Author: Henry  Aryeetey |  Coauthor(s):  N/A

      Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment: How to achieve objectivity in measurement?

      Summary Statement: USAID balances the potential benefits of activities that aim to build resilience with the possibility that such efforts could have unintended adverse impacts on people and communities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Use of MCDA to minimize environmental and social risks at site screening

       

      Abstract ID# 74

      Presenting Author: Bulent   Kadioglu |  Coauthor(s):  Raed Albasseet, Saud Al Mutairi, Abdurrahim Basit Khan

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: This paper presents the challenges in the application of MCDA at site screening to avoid, reduce, and minimize environmental and social risks.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Using Livelihood Analysis to Design Livelihood Restoration Measures

       

      Abstract ID# 43

      Presenting Author: Maria Mwaipopo  Fibaek

      Preferred Session:  New Developments in Human Rights Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This paper offers a simple extension of the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA), which can enable social impact assessment to widen their assessment to include dynamics and structures.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Using remote sensing and machine learning to identify biodiversity offsets

       

      Abstract ID# 24

      Presenting Author: Pablo  Perez Chaves

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: Using remote sensing and machine learning to identify biodiversity offsets and to improve the proper incorporation of biodiversity in EIAs

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Using SEEA Ecosystem Accounting to conserve biodiversity as a common good

       

      Abstract ID# 128

      Presenting Author: Maya Gabriela  Villaluz

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: This paper uses SEEA Ecosystem Accounting to tackle societal challenges and benefits with the conservation of biodiversity ecosystem services and its sustainable management as a common good.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Valuation and Compensation under World Bank Projects in Georgia

       

      Abstract ID# 152

      Presenting Author: David  Jijelava

      Preferred Session:  Ensuring environmental and social performance of Infrastructure Projects

      Summary Statement: Georgia can improve its valuation and compensation practices through adhering specific recommendations.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Walk the Talk: Mitigating Human Rights Impacts of Infrastructure Projects

       

      Abstract ID# 98

      Presenting Author: Isabelle  Kim

      Preferred Session:  New Developments in Human Rights Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This paper explores the practical challenges of mitigating gender-specific human rights impacts, in the context of male-dominated infrastructure sectors and traditional cultural norms.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • WBG's E&S Framework for Offshore Wind Spatial Planning for Emerging Markets

       

      Abstract ID# 54

      Presenting Author: Kate   Lazarus |  Coauthor(s):  Lori Anna Conzo

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: The WBG’s E&S Framework for Offshore Wind Spatial Planning is a practical tool to support the sustainable planning of offshore wind development in emerging market countries. Its aim is to a

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • What did we learn? Lessons from the Bipole III Transmission LInes project

       

      Abstract ID# 265

      Presenting Author: Patricia  Fitzpatrick

      Preferred Session:  Integrating risk and impact assessment in renewable energy supply chains

      Summary Statement: This presentation identifies lessons learned follow-up, monitoring and ex-post reports for a large transmission line project in Manitoba.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Wholistic Systems Approaches to Effective ESIA

       

      Abstract ID# 325

      Presenting Author: Carol  Zurawski |  Coauthor(s):  Chris Pettit

      Preferred Session:  Fueling effective ESIA through leadership and systems transformation

      Summary Statement: This paper shares pro-active systems approaches to effective ESIA within the USAID Development, Democracy and Innovation (DDI) Bureau with the potential for broader application.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Why is IA not ready for resilience: Mapping the Transition

       

      Abstract ID# 366

      Presenting Author: Manishankar  Prasad

      Preferred Session:  Ecological resilience and impact assessment: applications and challenges

      Summary Statement: This paper attempts to revive the IA paradigm toward resilience.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Why Urban Ecosystem Conservation Matter for Sustainable Urban Policy

       

      Abstract ID# 365

      Presenting Author: Thalyta Ernandya  Yuwono

      Preferred Session:  Impact Assessment: Fostering Partnerships for Green Resilient Development

      Summary Statement: The session traverses the birth of the Colombo Wetland Management Strategy, and integrating natural process with urbanization to build inclusive and resilient cities.

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage: best practice heritage impact assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 129

      Presenting Author: Flavia  Scardamaglia

      Preferred Session:  How is Indigenous leadership improving IA?

      Summary Statement: This case study demonstrates how responsible heritage impact assessment returns leadership back to Indigenous heritage representatives of NSW, Australia in the development assessment process

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Would the new capital of Indonesia be secure against multi-hazard?

       

      Abstract ID# 181

      Presenting Author: Sujung  Heo

      Preferred Session:  Mapping of mapping: the role of spatial tools for impact assessment

      Summary Statement: climate change, natural hazard, machine learning, fire, landslide, flood, random forest, classification and regression trees, boosted regression trees, Kalimantan, Sumatra, Indonesia

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • Yasmine Pagni

       

      Abstract ID# 113

      Presenting Author: Yasmine  Pagni

      Preferred Session:  Advancements in Environmental and Social Policies - MDB perspectives

      Summary Statement: Yasmine Pagni, Head of Social Policy, EIB

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    • YUKPA - A Semi-Nomad Colombian Community coexisting in a Mining and Energy

       

      Abstract ID# 331

      Presenting Author: Yaddy   Ruiz |  Coauthor(s):  Andrés Amaya

      Preferred Session:  Building Resilience through Indigenous Participation in EIA

      Summary Statement: Through and intercultural dialogue and a Previous Consultation process, The YUKPA semi-nomad community has its voice heard, advocates for their rights and participates in their first IA

       

      Acceptance Status: approve

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 399

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Resilience through Social Impact Assessment - a Dutch perspective

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 400

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  IAIA SEA Guidelines for Renewable Energy

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 402

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Not the same, not so different: Distinctive features in SIA, PSIA and HIA

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 403

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  The business of SIA: do commercial considerations compromise SIA quality?

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 404

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Meet the editors

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 405

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Compliance and Enforcement of EsIA Requirements, Commitments and Related Pe

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    •  

      Abstract ID# 408

      Presenting Author:  

      Preferred Session:  Integrating Climate E&S Risk Assessment into Projects and the ESIA Process

      Summary Statement:

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Barriers and breakthroughs: The roles of Indigenous Women in Canadian IAs

       

      Abstract ID# 123

      Presenting Author: Britney  Zacharuk |  Coauthor(s):  Alexandra Bridges

      Preferred Session:  Indigenous Women's Participation in Impact Assessments

      Summary Statement: Highlighting the resilience of Indigenous women, their role as knowledge keepers, and the importance of intersectional, meaningful, community-led engagement.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • A Holist Model for Resilient and Inclusive Linear Infrastructure

       

      Abstract ID# 182

      Presenting Author: Matthew  Baird

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: This presentation will propose a holistic model for planning, designing, approving, and constructing inclusive and resilient infrastructure

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • A Holistic Model for Inclusive and Resilient Linear Infrastructure in ASEAN

       

      Abstract ID# 350

      Presenting Author: Martin  Cosier |  Coauthor(s):  Matthew Baird

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: The paper advocates a holistic regulatory model that integrates strategic planning and project-specific assessment to develop inclusive and resilient linear infrastructure in ASEAN.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Accessibility and the 2022 Fifa World Cup: Qatar Foundation's impact

       

      Abstract ID# 55

      Presenting Author: Jessica   DuPlessis |  Coauthor(s):  Hanieh Khataee

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: Used a mixed methods approach, Qatar Foundation will evaluate specific and general factors to understand to impact on accessibility at the World Cup 2022.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Agrivoltaics creating energy justice

       

      Abstract ID# 410

      Presenting Author: Madeline   Taylor

      Preferred Session:  SDGs in food production and consumption - land and sea

      Summary Statement: This presentation examines agrivoltaic regulation and policies through the lens of energy justice in three different jurisdictions: NSW, Massachusetts, and Japan.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Application of CHIA for environmental sustainability in Pak Chaem, Thailand

       

      Abstract ID# 192

      Presenting Author: Songpon  Tulata |  Coauthor(s):  Suwicha Thaweesook

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: This paper discusses how to apply community led health impact assessment to influence decisions for environmental sustainability.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Assessing mitigations for mine exploration with Indigenous storytelling

       

      Abstract ID# 201

      Presenting Author: Bruce  Muir

      Preferred Session:  Indigenous Knowledge as the Foundation of Indigenous-led Impact Assessments

      Summary Statement: Indigenous TEK storytelling methodology to scope cultural valued components and spatiotemporal boundaries, assess project and cumulative effects, and identify effective mitigation measures

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Barriers and breakthroughs: The roles of Indigenous Women in Canadian IAs

       

      Abstract ID# 287

      Presenting Author: Johanna  Tuglavina |  Coauthor(s):  Johanna Tuglavina

      Preferred Session:  Indigenous Women's Participation in Impact Assessments

      Summary Statement: Highlighting the resilience of Indigenous women, their role as knowledge keepers, and the importance of intersectional, meaningful, community-led engagement.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Can the Marine Renewable Energy Act function as SEA in Japan?

       

      Abstract ID# 151

      Presenting Author: Ayano   Takeuchi |  Coauthor(s):  Shoko Ando

      Preferred Session:  Marine EsIA: challenges and roadmap ahead

      Summary Statement: Offshore wind projects (OWP) have the potential to promote renewable energy in Japan. The purpose of this research is to analyze the dialogue process of the committee settled by the “Act on

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Capacity Building for Social Impact Assessment Professionals in Malaysia

       

      Abstract ID# 53

      Presenting Author: TPr Herlina  Ab Aziz

      Preferred Session:  Implementation of social impact assessment for physical development of projects

      Summary Statement: This paper examines the social impact assessment professionalism capacity gaps in Malaysia and outlines initiatives that are and can be taken to build sufficient capacity to ensure the SIA p

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Challenges for Climate Change Resilience & Adaptation in EIA of Myanmar

       

      Abstract ID# 187

      Presenting Author: Ei Ei  Mon |  Coauthor(s):  Wai Yan Aung Htet

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: Will the “Environmental Impact Assessment Guide to: Climate Change Resilience & Adaptation” developed by IEMA in 2020 be applicable to the EIA System in the least developing country like Mya

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Challenges of Effective Public Participation in SEA

       

      Abstract ID# 286

      Presenting Author: Alejandro  Lara |  Coauthor(s):  Ainoha Gonzalez

      Preferred Session:  The contribution of Citizen Science to Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This research present the effectiveness of public participation in SEA, involving international consultation with SEA, planning and participation experts, and including a review of good publ

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Citizen Science yields reliable biodiversity baselines for assessments

       

      Abstract ID# 156

      Presenting Author: Alan  Chenoweth

      Preferred Session:  The contribution of Citizen Science to Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Citizen Science has potential for greater integration in environmental impact assessments, as it can provide reliable long term baseline data on ecosystem population trends and migrations.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Climate Change and Impact Assessment In Canada and Colombia

       

      Abstract ID# 285

      Presenting Author: Rodrigo  Suárez |  Coauthor(s):  Bayo Majekolagbe

      Preferred Session:  Roundtable Impact assessment and Climate Change

      Summary Statement: With Canada and Colombia as case studies, we demonstrate how principles of effectiveness and equity can help impact assessment align with key characteristics of climate change.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Climate Change and Impact Assessment in Canada and Colombia

       

      Abstract ID# 283

      Presenting Author: Adebayo  Majekolagbe |  Coauthor(s):  Rodrigo Suarez

      Preferred Session:  Roundtable Impact assessment and Climate Change

      Summary Statement: With Canada and Colombia as case studies, we demonstrate how principles of effectiveness and equity can help impact assessment align with key characteristics of climate change.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Climate Change Gender Action Plan of Pakistan

       

      Abstract ID# 268

      Presenting Author: Hammad  Saeed

      Preferred Session:  Roundtable Impact assessment and Climate Change

      Summary Statement: The ccGAP has been developed around the six priority sectors namely Agriculture and Food security, Forest and Biodiversity, Disaster Risk Reduction, Water Sanitation and Hygiene, IWRM

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Community conflict mitigation measures in road development project in Laos

       

      Abstract ID# 202

      Presenting Author: Jong Gwan  JUNG |  Coauthor(s):  Chun Won LEE

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 1 - Rights Based Approach to IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: During the road development project, conflicts mitigation measures are tried to find some solutions to minimize impacts and resettlement issues critical to manage local community.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Conceptualizing guidelines to monitor environmental data involving locals

       

      Abstract ID# 174

      Presenting Author: Randeep Singh  Saini

      Preferred Session:  The contribution of Citizen Science to Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Demystifying technical jargons by leveraging environmental monitoring of data by locals

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Creating an Anomaly Prevention System in Environmental Assessment

       

      Abstract ID# 337

      Presenting Author: Daniela   Zampollo |  Coauthor(s):  Ricardo Jansen

      Preferred Session:  Modelling, leading and measuring the impact of cultural transformation.

      Summary Statement: Incident learning process.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Cultural maturity and transformation in EIA-EMS leadership

       

      Abstract ID# 229

      Presenting Author: Behzad  Raissiyan

      Preferred Session:  Modelling, leading and measuring the impact of cultural transformation.

      Summary Statement: Different models to evaluate EIA-HSE culture maturity are reviewed and compared, “EIA-HSE cultural maturity theory” and its relationship with EIA-EMS implementation and leadership is elabora

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Data and Information of ambiental of interest of libre access, the new deal

       

      Abstract ID# 292

      Presenting Author: Gino  Araya |  Coauthor(s):  Iván Honorato

      Preferred Session:  Linkages between Technology Assessment and Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: The progress in the implementation of data portals and environmental monitoring information freely accessible to the different stakeholders (society, authority and private) is shown.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • David Simpson

       

      Abstract ID# 18

      Presenting Author: David   Simpson |  Coauthor(s):  Arantxa Villanueva

      Preferred Session:  Failing Forward: Top 5 Complaints for IFI Projects and How to Avoid Them

      Summary Statement: David Simpson, Director, Independent Recourse Mechanism - African Development Bank

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Dr. Joko Tri Harynanto, Senior Analyst Ministry of Finance

       

      Abstract ID# 289

      Presenting Author: Joko   Tri Harynanto

      Preferred Session:  SESA and the Energy Transition in Indonesia

      Summary Statement: Dr. Joko Tri Harynanto, Senior Analyst Ministry of Finance

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • DROUGHT, WATER STRESS AND FOOD SECURITY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

       

      Abstract ID# 22

      Presenting Author: Chizoba  Chinweze |  Coauthor(s):  Chinny Echetabu

      Preferred Session:  Resilience to drought, desertification, and land degradation

      Summary Statement: Drought and water stresses will ultimately affect food production, health and livelihoods of about 40% of the world population by 2030

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Elements of the proposed ASEAN Framework on Environmental Rights

       

      Abstract ID# 213

      Presenting Author: Veerawit  Tianchainan

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 1 - Rights Based Approach to IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: This presentation will focus on elements of the proposed ASEAN Framework on Environmental Rights and on the substantive elements of the proposed ASEAN Framework

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Ensuring Climate Resilience Development in Indonesia Through SEA and EIA

       

      Abstract ID# 251

      Presenting Author: Difa   Shafira

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: Ensuring climate-resilient infrastructure development in Indonesia could be done through SEA and EIA with a necessary improvement in both instruments.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Environmental Observatory of Mining Projects: Access to EIA Info.

       

      Abstract ID# 282

      Presenting Author: Kay  Bergamini |  Coauthor(s):  Piroska Ángel

      Preferred Session:  Linkages between Technology Assessment and Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Access to environmental information collaborates in the reduction of socio-environmental conflicts, by bringing background information to the different stakeholders.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Environmental Rights Framework in ASEAN

       

      Abstract ID# 205

      Presenting Author: Roger Joseph  Guzman

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 1 - Rights Based Approach to IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: This presentation will focus on elements of the proposed ASEAN Framework on Environmental Rights, particularly the substantive elements of the proposed ASEAN Framework on Environmental Right

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Establishment of advance mariculture zone in open sea environment

       

      Abstract ID# 348

      Presenting Author: Alan  LI

      Preferred Session:  Marine EsIA: challenges and roadmap ahead

      Summary Statement: Hong Kong is developing deep-water maricultureSuitable development options and advance fish farm designs are explored, with EIA to assess its environmental acceptability.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Estimating effects of climate change on food consumption pattern in Korea

       

      Abstract ID# 196

      Presenting Author: Yena  Suh |  Coauthor(s):  Heeyeun Yoon

      Preferred Session:  SDGs in food production and consumption - land and sea

      Summary Statement: This study aims to analyze the relationship between change in weather condition and number of purchased Home Meal Replacement products in South Korea.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Exploring Co-Reclamation and the Renewal of Indigenous Cultural Landscapes

       

      Abstract ID# 26

      Presenting Author: Christine A  Daly |  Coauthor(s):  Bori Arrobo

      Preferred Session:  Should ESG & Impact Assessment be more aligned to meet biodiversity goals?

      Summary Statement: Gesturing Towards Intercultural Collaboration & the Renewal of Indigenous Cultural Landscapes after Oil Sands Mining in the Fort McKay First Nation Traditional Territory, Treaty 8, Canada

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Failing Forward: Top 5 Complaints for IFI Projects and How to Avoid Them

       

      Abstract ID# 374

      Presenting Author: Arantxa  Villanueva

      Preferred Session:  Failing Forward: Top 5 Complaints for IFI Projects and How to Avoid Them

      Summary Statement: Presentation on specific case studies which feature some of the “Top 5” environmental and social issues which have surfaced in various MDBs projects, and discuss on key learnings.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Financial institutions' role in integrating climate change into IA in ASEAN

       

      Abstract ID# 236

      Presenting Author: Mateusz  Slowik |  Coauthor(s):  Benoit Mayer

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: The presentation will examine the leadership role financial institutions play in integrating and implementing climate change into the impact assessment process in ASEAN.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • First-ever EIA for Deep-water Mariculture in Hong Kong

       

      Abstract ID# 62

      Presenting Author: Wellem  CHENG

      Preferred Session:  SDGs in food production and consumption - land and sea

      Summary Statement: Hong Kong is switching local fisheries from capture to mariculture by designating new fish culture zones. Suitable sites are explored by social & environmental criteria, as well as EIA.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • First-ever SIA for a deep-sea mining project in the Clarion Clipperton Zone

       

      Abstract ID# 165

      Presenting Author: Mehrdad  Nazari |  Coauthor(s):  Donald Proebstel

      Preferred Session:  Marine EsIA: challenges and roadmap ahead

      Summary Statement: This paper presents work in progress for the first-ever SIA for a deep-sea mining project located in CCZ, which is in international waters, beyond national jurisdiction, and hundreds of ki

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Genevieve O'Farrell, Senior Environment Specialist

       

      Abstract ID# 224

      Presenting Author: Genevieve  O'Farrell |  Coauthor(s):  Joko Haryanto

      Preferred Session:  SESA and the Energy Transition in Indonesia

      Summary Statement: Genevieve O'Farrell, Senior Environment Specialist

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Global Perspectives on the Application of Western Worldview in SIA

       

      Abstract ID# 304

      Presenting Author: Kathleen   Vukovics

      Preferred Session:  Social impact assessment: How to achieve objectivity in measurement?

      Summary Statement: Leadership and sensitivity in the application of international ESIA standards in a local context to avoid bias and reach meaningful, transformative results.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Guidance document for authorities reviewing renewable energy applications

       

      Abstract ID# 359

      Presenting Author: Abulele   Adams |  Coauthor(s):  Paul Lochner

      Preferred Session:  Is IA prepared for the next generation of renewable energy megaprojects?

      Summary Statement: South Africa is currently facing an energy crisis with load shedding being implemented regularly by the national electricity public utility. In an effort to streamline and remove blockages f

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • How failing to apply the mitigation hierarchy leads to discontent

       

      Abstract ID# 278

      Presenting Author: Victoria  Márquez-Mees

      Preferred Session:  Failing Forward: Top 5 Complaints for IFI Projects and How to Avoid Them

      Summary Statement: The Chief Accountability Officer of the EBRD will present a case where the Bank failed to ensure proper application of the mitigation hierarchy generating increased adverse environmental and

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • IMPLEMENT EIAs TO ACHIEVE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION - TAIWAN AS CASE STUDY

       

      Abstract ID# 184

      Presenting Author: Tusng-Chang  Li

      Preferred Session:  Marine EsIA: challenges and roadmap ahead

      Summary Statement: This paper mainly discusses how EIA review result is sed to enforce the developer to reduce or adjust the area of the development to mitigate adverse impact for off-shore wind power cases.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Inclusion of climate resilience in the EAP Region's EIA legislation

       

      Abstract ID# 309

      Presenting Author: Nathalie  Staelens

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: Climate resilience considerations in EAP EIA systems

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Inclusive and resilient infrastructures: lessons from India and the Mekong

       

      Abstract ID# 211

      Presenting Author: Urvana   Menon

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: This presentation will look at infrastructure development more broadly, including strengthening access to information in environmental matters. The presentation will touch on infrastructure

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Incorporating “sustainable restoration” in chilean land-use planning

       

      Abstract ID# 280

      Presenting Author: Lorena  Cabrera |  Coauthor(s):  Constanza Farizo

      Preferred Session:  A Global assessment for Prosperity, People, and the Planet (Session 2)

      Summary Statement: Incorporate of sustainable restoration in land-use planning is an imperative in chilean land-use planning instruments, especially for industrial activities that are immersed in the cities.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Indigenous Ways of Life led HIA to establish community health status.

       

      Abstract ID# 349

      Presenting Author: Mandy  Olsgard |  Coauthor(s):  Carmen Wells

      Preferred Session:  Indigenous Knowledge as the Foundation of Indigenous-led Impact Assessments

      Summary Statement: Results of an Indigenous way of life led HIA study using cultural value based biophysical and social determinants to establish the health condition of a community downstream of the oilsands

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Influence of capital stocks on cultural change.

       

      Abstract ID# 336

      Presenting Author: Samantha  Liew

      Preferred Session:  Modelling, leading and measuring the impact of cultural transformation.

      Summary Statement: Mapping of the connections that exists among actors, resource availability and responds, and their relationships to cultural transformation can explain how cultural transformation is shaped.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Integrated assessment on flood risks and building rural community resilienc

       

      Abstract ID# 262

      Presenting Author: KAMALA VAINY  KANAPATHI PILLAI

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 2 - Resilience, Sustainability and Inclusion in IA

      Summary Statement: Empowering indigenous communities through inclusive and integrated fllood assessment approach

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Just Transition Review - From Oil Refinery to Import Terminal

       

      Abstract ID# 367

      Presenting Author: Michelle  Jones

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: Oil Refinery conversion to Import Terminal Facility. Framework to ensure principles of Just Transition can be followed and a healthy economy and a clean environment can and should co-exist.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Kate Hughes Senior Climate Specialist

       

      Abstract ID# 226

      Presenting Author: Kate  Hughes

      Preferred Session:  SESA and the Energy Transition in Indonesia

      Summary Statement: Kate Hughes Senior Climate Specialist

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • LCA as a tool in SEA of solid waste management in Vietnam

       

      Abstract ID# 170

      Presenting Author: Hoa  Nguyen |  Coauthor(s):  Hoang Hoa Vu

      Preferred Session:  Linkages between Technology Assessment and Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: This research focuses on to the review of application life cycle assessment (LCA) in the strategic environmental assessment of solid waste management in Vietnam.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Linkages between the EU Taxonomy and current impact assessment tools

       

      Abstract ID# 302

      Presenting Author: Jiří  Dusík

      Preferred Session:  Leading the Way Towards a Green Economy

      Summary Statement: The paper will examine interlinkages between the EU Taxonomy and current impact assessment regimes and opportunities for their potential coordination.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • MAINSTREAMING CLIMATE CHANGE INTO EIA PROCESS IN NIGERIA

       

      Abstract ID# 57

      Presenting Author: Adegboyega   Lawal |  Coauthor(s):  Dr. Abbas Suleiman

      Preferred Session:  Roundtable Impact assessment and Climate Change

      Summary Statement: The research aimed at assessing the impacts of Climate Change and the feasibility of mainstreaming climate change, its corresponding mitigation and adaptation into EIA Process in Nigeria

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Miles Scott-Brown, President Ciera Group

       

      Abstract ID# 148

      Presenting Author: Miles  Scott-Brown

      Preferred Session:  SESA and the Energy Transition in Indonesia

      Summary Statement: Miles Scott-Brown, M.E.Des. CEA

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • PCRAM: Moving from a qualitative to a quantitative approach to climate risk

       

      Abstract ID# 322

      Presenting Author: James  Hooper

      Preferred Session:  Roundtable Impact assessment and Climate Change

      Summary Statement: The Physical Climate Risk Assessment Methodology (PCRAM) is a new, rigorous, quantitative approach to assess climate risks to the operational, commercial and financial materiality of assets

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • PERCEPTION OF IMPACT ASSESSMENT PRACTITIONERS ON OPTIMISING EIA PROCESS TO

       

      Abstract ID# 146

      Presenting Author: Tasiu  Idi

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: Nigeria’s EIA professionals have a key role to play toward mainstreaming Climate Change action into EIA process to help translate Nigeria’s commitments to action and compliance in view of th

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Preparing guidance for sustainability decision making

       

      Abstract ID# 242

      Presenting Author: Akiko  Urago |  Coauthor(s):  Yuki Shibata

      Preferred Session:  Workshop on EIA Leadership Practice

      Summary Statement: A guidance for sustainable decision making under the Japanese legal system is prepared referring strategic thinking, sustainability assessment, and system thinking.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Re-shaping priorities: no participation vs. evidence constrained engagement

       

      Abstract ID# 318

      Presenting Author: Alvaro  Paredes |  Coauthor(s):  Jerome Paredes

      Preferred Session:  The contribution of Citizen Science to Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: An analysis of the vulnerability of regulatory processes, where public participation outcomes are peripheral to the environmental assessment and the decisions it supports.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • REFLECTIONS ON SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN MALAYSIA PERSPECTIVE

       

      Abstract ID# 279

      Presenting Author: Alias  Rameli

      Preferred Session:  Implementation of social impact assessment for physical development of projects

      Summary Statement: The application of SIA in Malaysia from the reflections of the past, in the present, and into the future.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Renewable Energy Zones and Agriculture in the Energy Transition

       

      Abstract ID# 411

      Presenting Author: Anne  Dansey

      Preferred Session:  SDGs in food production and consumption - land and sea

      Summary Statement: Exploring Renewable Energy Zones (REZs) and pathways for enhancing social licence, community benefit and prosperity whilst achieving Net Zero 2030 emissions targets - SDGs in action

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Resilient Scenario Development under Deep Uncertainty for WatershedSecurity

       

      Abstract ID# 237

      Presenting Author: Jiheon  Lee |  Coauthor(s):  SungRyong Ha

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 3 - Climate Change and IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: In order to develope Resilient Climate Change Adaptive IWRM strategies for Watersehd Security, better Decision Making Under Deep Uncertainty has been implemented.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Rights Based Approaches in Impact Assessment in ASEAN

       

      Abstract ID# 193

      Presenting Author: Georgina  Lloyd

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 1 - Rights Based Approach to IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: This chair’s concluding presentation will look at the procedural elements of the Framework, including access to information, public participation, access to remedies and protection of EHRDs.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Roles of ESG and EIA in preserving biodiversity - a case study in Hong Kong

       

      Abstract ID# 207

      Presenting Author: Yoyo, Wing Yiu  Mok

      Preferred Session:  Should ESG & Impact Assessment be more aligned to meet biodiversity goals?

      Summary Statement: This presentation uses a case study in Hong Kong to discuss the overlaps and opportunities of ESG’s risk management and EIA’s impact management in achieving biodiversity conservation goals.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Roundtable on IA in ASEAN - Summary of the ASEAN Day

       

      Abstract ID# 209

      Presenting Author: Matthew  Baird

      Preferred Session:  ASEAN Day Session 4 - Future of IA in ASEAN

      Summary Statement: This session will provide a high-level summary and overview of some of the exciting initiatives happening in ASEAN.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • SATOAYAMA Bank: The First Case of Biodiversity Bank Establishment in Japan

       

      Abstract ID# 42

      Presenting Author: Takafumi  Kawamura |  Coauthor(s):  Akira Tanaka

      Preferred Session:  Should ESG & Impact Assessment be more aligned to meet biodiversity goals?

      Summary Statement: In order to solve the problems of biodiversity offsetting in Japan, Tsubaki TC Satoyama Bank, Japan's first biodiversity bank, has been established.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Seafood production and community impact

       

      Abstract ID# 409

      Presenting Author: Haruko   Horii

      Preferred Session:  SDGs in food production and consumption - land and sea

      Summary Statement: The sustainability in food production at /around the sea still has a lot of challenges and one of the clear gaps in the current practices is addressing community well-being.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • SIA in Urban Renewal Project Implementation in Sarawak

       

      Abstract ID# 141

      Presenting Author: Saiful Bahari  Amra Ramly

      Preferred Session:  Implementation of social impact assessment for physical development of projects

      Summary Statement: This paper explores the role play by SIA Study in urban renewal projects in Sarawak as a solution to mitigate urbanization issues.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • SIA on Infrastructure Projects

       

      Abstract ID# 147

      Presenting Author: Noraida  Saludin

      Preferred Session:  Implementation of social impact assessment for physical development of projects

      Summary Statement: How does a social impact assessment process add value and reduce risks for major national infrastructure projects?

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Simplification of environmental and other impact assessments – results from an international online survey

       

      Abstract ID# 419

      Presenting Author: Thomas B.   Fischer

      Preferred Session:  Efforts to "simplify" environmental assessment: Opportunity or threat?

      Summary Statement: Results from an international survey on environmental (EA) and other impact assessment (IA) simplification efforts are presented which ran from July to October 2022. A total of 43 respondents reported on 25 different EA / IA systems. Whilst in three quarters of these systems simplification efforts were being made, in almost two thirds of the systems an increase in complexity and an extension of existing requirements was also observed.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Teaching leadership in EA

       

      Abstract ID# 171

      Presenting Author: Charlotta  Faith-Ell |  Coauthor(s):  Mari Kågström

      Preferred Session:  Workshop on EIA Leadership Practice

      Summary Statement: This paper explores teaching in leadership in EA and the potential role of Networked learning in teaching leadership in EA.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • The main issues in complaints raised, their impacts and what should be done

       

      Abstract ID# 328

      Presenting Author: Elisea  Gozun

      Preferred Session:  Failing Forward: Top 5 Complaints for IFI Projects and How to Avoid Them

      Summary Statement: Lessons learned from the accountability mechanism process lead to better project design and strengthen (i) stakeholder satisfaction, (ii) relationships with clients, and (iii) the developmen

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Three decades of streamlining EIA: What has South Africa achieved?

       

      Abstract ID# 418

      Presenting Author: Francois  Retief |  Coauthor(s):  Reece Alberts

      Preferred Session:  Efforts to "simplify" environmental assessment: Opportunity or threat?

      Summary Statement: Three decades of streamlining and refinement has arguably resulted in the South African EIA system being worse for wear and overly complex and ineffective.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Toward better argument for clearer communication and more effective IA

       

      Abstract ID# 189

      Presenting Author: Glenn  Brown |  Coauthor(s):  Lachlan Wilkinson

      Preferred Session:  Workshop on EIA Leadership Practice

      Summary Statement: Tools for clearer argument can make IA more efficient and effective. After training, use is inconsistent. We discuss steps to lead to better practice with examples from Canada and Australia.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Unfolding simplication beyond drawbacks: Reasoning and types for

       

      Abstract ID# 417

      Presenting Author: Lone  Kørnøv |  Coauthor(s):  Ivar Lyhne

      Preferred Session:  Efforts to "simplify" environmental assessment: Opportunity or threat?

      Summary Statement: Cases shows how simplification of environmental assessment is a multifaceted set of processes – reflecting different reasons and types of simplifying.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Use local knowledge for a better IA process using digital participation

       

      Abstract ID# 164

      Presenting Author: Paul  Eijssen

      Preferred Session:  The contribution of Citizen Science to Participatory Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Digital participation offers the opportunity to involve stakeholders more and to use their ideas and local knowledge in the process. Possibilities and optimisations were examined in a pilot

       

      Acceptance Status: pending

       

    • Visualized environmental measures for pipeline project in Thailand

       

      Abstract ID# 97

      Presenting Author: Mr. Rachit  Sattapun |  Coauthor(s):  Miss Sirivimon Sanrach

      Preferred Session:  Linkages between Technology Assessment and Impact Assessment

      Summary Statement: Visualized Environmental Mitigation Measures will reflect the most reality of activities and encourage stakeholders to understanding of the proposed environmental mitigation measures.

       

      Acceptance Status: pending