Health in Environmental Impact Assessment: a primer for a proportionate approach
The revised EIA Directive requires an effective consideration of population and human health. This short document, written with IEMA and the Faculty of Public Health, looks at how this can be done.
A report by Cathy Baldwin of University of Oxford/Oxford Brookes University/BCA and Robin King of the World Resources Institute and Georgetown University which takes an in depth look at the public urban built environment. They ask how it can be planned and designed for strong networks and cohesion in communities. They look at the ways this contributes to resilience and ability to adapt to, and cope with, climate change and natural disasters
A comprehensive account of the state and trends of the environment and a vital part of the science-policy dialogue to underpin policy and decision-making processes across the European region.
A report to Southwark Council around the impacts of betting shops and pay-day loan shops on the health and wellbeing of the local population.
This US National Research Council publication provides a framework, terminology, and guidance for conducting HIA.
We conducted an HIA as part of the planning application for a proposed underground natural gas storage facility. The Society Of Practitioners of Health Impact Assessment (SOPHIA) placed this report on their list of model HIA reports. SOPHIA states that their goal is to identify reports of sufficiently high quality to be held up as examples of good HIA practice.
HIA Woman goes to Glasgow and brings public health and planning together.
How do you know if an HIA report is any good? This review package enables you to gauge, and improve, the quality of a report.
A description of the processes involved in consulting and working creatively with young people on the Isle of Wight.
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