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IEMA Guidance | A New Perspective on Land and Soil in Environmental Impact Assessment

Part position paper, part educational resource, and part methodological guidance, the combined result is a handbook on the current state of land and soil in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and will be a valuable resource for practitioners seeking to assess and manage the effects of developments on land and soil.

The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment published this guidance in February 2022, with SocEnv Soils and Stones Lead Martin Ballard CEnv acting as a Working Group Contributor.

Read through the guidance by clicking through to the IEMA website below.

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