2000, 346 pages, diagrams, tables. This outstanding, one-stop guide focuses on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) not merely as a document to be prepared, but as a process and framework for the planning of programs and projects. It presents strategies, tools, techniques, and methodologies for managing EIS projects of any size and emphasizes practical approaches to problems that have traditionally hindered National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and practice.
The comprehensive volume synthesizes and describes the relevant guidance and requirements that the EIS document must satisfy and illustrates relevant requirements with lessons from case law. Employing an incremental, building-block approach to describe the entire EIS planning process in complete detail, this indispensable handbook guides readers through each step of the process and provides:
Hardcover; 6-1/2 x 9-1/2″.