戦略的環境アセスメント・ハンドブック<br>Handbook of Strategic Environmental Assessment

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Handbook of Strategic Environmental Assessment

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 621 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781844073658
  • DDC分類 333.714

基本説明

Surveys the full breadth and depth of SEA, bringing together a range of international perspectives and insights on the theoretical, methodological and institutional dimensions and practical issues of the field.

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This authoritative handbook surveys the full breadth and depth of SEA, bringing together a range of international perspectives and insights on the theoretical, methodological and institutional dimensions and practical issues of the field. It then subjects this conventional wisdom to a critical reappraisal, looks at the vast lessons of experience and offers new ideas and interpretations as to where the field is going.The volume is organized into six major sections, beginning with an introduction and overview of the development of the field and a framework for evaluating SEA good practice. Part I comprises a review of SEA frameworks in leading countries (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA), the European Union and developing regions (Africa, Asia, Latin America and Newly Independent States). Part II reviews SEA practice in several major sectors (energy, minerals, transport, water, development assistance and coastal zone management). Part III addresses the linkages between SEA and other comparable tools such as spatial planning and environmental management. Part IV probes key cross-cutting issues in SEA, including how to address cumulative and trans-boundary effects. Part V identifies ways and means of SEA process and capacity development, focusing on how to improve and upgrade the theory and practice of the field. Part VI examines the shift from conventional SEA towards more integrative approaches, drawing on experience and examples from a number of countries.Published with IAIA

Table of Contents

        List of Figures, Tables and Boxes          viii
Acknowledgements xiii
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations xiv
1 Taking Stock of SEA 1 (20)
Barry Sadler
Part I SEA Frameworks
2 Sea in Australia 21 (15)
John Ashe
Simon Marsden
3 Sea in Canada 36 (23)
Barry Sadler
4 Sea in New Zealand 59 (15)
Jessica Wilson
Martin Ward
5 Sea in the US 74 (15)
Ray Clark
Lisa Mahoney
Kathy Pierce
6 Sea in the Asia Region 89 (19)
Kiichiro Hayashi
Young-Il Song
Elvis Au
Jiri Dusik
7 Sea in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and 108 (13)
Central Asia
Aleh Cherp
Henrietta Martonakova
Ausra Jurkeviciute
Maia Gachechiladze-Bozhesku
8 Sea in the European Union 121 (30)
Barry Sadler
Ausra Jurkeviciute
9 Sea in Southern Africa 151 (14)
Michelle Audouin
Paul Lochner
Peter Tarr
10 The Sea Protocol 165 (12)
Nick Bonvoisin
Part II SEA Application
11 Sea and Transport Planning 177 (13)
Paul Tomlinson
12 Sea and Water Management 190 (18)
Sibout Nooteboom
Patrick Huntjens
Roel Slootweg
13 Regional Sectoral Assessment and 208 (12)
Extractive Industries
Jill Baker
Friederike Kirstein
14 Sea and Coastal Zone Management 220 (15)
Kogi Govender
Ivica Trumbic
Part III SEA Linkage to Other Instruments
15 Thematic Overview of Linkages between 235 (8)
SEA and Other Instruments
Thomas B. Fischer
16 Sea and Environmental Planning and 243 (14)
Management Tools
William R. Sheate
17 Sea and Landscape Planning 257 (17)
Marie Hanusch
Thomas B. Fischer
18 Sea as a Tool for the Conservation and 274 (17)
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in
Developing Countries
Jo Treweek
Susie Brownlie
Helen Byron
Thea Jordan
Katia Garcia
Juan Carlos Garcia de Brigard
Tarita Holm
David le Maitre
Vinod Mathur
Susana Muhamad
Elsabeth Olivier
Asha Rajvanshi
Jan Peter Schemmel
Martin Slater
Kaveh Zahedi
19 Using Sea to Enhance Poverty Reduction 291 (19)
Strategies
Linda Ghanime
Nathalie Risse
Tamara Levine
Jean-Jacob Sahou
20 Sea and Spatial Planning 310 (27)
Peter Nelson
Part IV Cross-Cutting Issues in SEA
21 Development and Application of 337 (19)
Environmental Indicators in SEA
Alison Donnelly
Tadhg O'Mahony
22 Some Wider Reflections on the Challenge 356 (13)
of Public Participation in SEA
Bo Elling
23 Addressing Health Impacts in SEA 369 (11)
Alan Bond
Ben Cave
Marco Martuzzi
Suphakij Nuntavorakarn
24 Managing Cumulative Impacts: Making It 380 (16)
Happen
Jennifer Dixon
Riki Therivel
25 Transboundary Issues in SEA 396 (19)
Nick Bonvoisin
26 Planning in Tiers? Tiering as a Way of 415 (22)
Linking SEA and EIA
Jos Arts
Paul Tomlinson
Henk Voogd
Part V SEA Process Development and
Capacity-building
27 Sea Process Development and 437 (8)
Capacity-building - A Thematic Overview
Maria R. Partidario
28 Sea Theory and Research: An Analysis of 445 (27)
the Early Discourse
Olivia Bina
Tabatha Wallington
Wil Thissen
29 Professional and Institutional 472 (15)
Capacity-building for SEA
Maria R. Partidario
Lee Wilson
30 Developing Sea Guidance 487 (14)
Bobbi Schijf
31 Institutional Challenges for Sea 501 (14)
Implementation and Decision-making: Search
for Appropriate Organizations
Lone Kornov
Holger Dalkmann
32 From Formulation to Implementation: 515 (20)
Strengthening Sea through Follow-up
Aleh Cherp
Maria R. Partidario
Jos Arts
33 Sea Knowledge and Its Use in Information 535 (12)
Sharing, Training and Learning
Petrie van Gent
Part VI Toward Integrated Sustainability
Assessment
34 From Sea to Sustainability Assessment? 547 (19)
Jenny Pope
Barry Dalal-Clayton
35 Assessment for Sustainable Development: 566 (23)
Theoretical Framework and Application to
the Mining Sector
Theo Hacking
Peter Guthrie
Index 589