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IAIA15 Training Courses
18 April 2015 -
Florence, Italy, Europe
IAIA15 Training Courses Register by 28 February -Quality Assurance in EIA: Guide and Review -Human Rights and Impact Assessment -Integrated Environmental Management: How to make EA more Effective -Making Social Impact Assessment Count in the ESIA Process: Examples from Indigenous Communities -Multicriteria Analysis for Impact Assessment: Theory and Practice Social Impact Assessment and Management -Strategic Thinking SEA for Sustainability -Raising the bar of Biodiversity in Impact Assessment for -Promoting Inclusive Development -Resettlement and Livelihoods -Cultural Heritage Component of Impact Assessment: Methods, Issues and Application of New Technologies -Cumulative Effects Assessment -Towards more Sustainable Oil and Gas Sector Projects -Organized Reasoning and Environmental Impact Assessment -Decision Makers Course in Effective Online Public Participation
 
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Prerequisites :IAIA pre-conference training courses are presented primarily by IAIA members. The courses are open to all participants but require advance registration and payment.
Level: Intermediate
Language :English
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Website: http://conferences.iaia.org/2015/training_courses.
 

 

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