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Title: LEGISLATION AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKS OF EIA FOLLOW-UPS IN CHINA AND SINGAPORE
Authors: DENG MAO
Keywords: Environmental Management
Master (Environmental Management)
MEM
Richard Cleon Reidinger
2015/2016 EnvM
Issue Date: 14-Jul-2016
Citation: DENG MAO (2016-07-14). LEGISLATION AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKS OF EIA FOLLOW-UPS IN CHINA AND SINGAPORE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has been the mainstream practice adopted internationally on pre-decision environmental assessment. However a significant weak or missing linkage is recognized by the professional community between the pre-decision EIA and ensuring EIA follow-ups, such as the provision of mitigation measures and monitoring works are effectively implemented following EIA recommendations during the actual project implementation. In this study we tried to compare and evaluate the EIA follow-up framework and practices in two distinct Asian countries, China and Singapore. After reviewing international best practice EIA frameworks, some common criteria or pre-requisites of planning and executing an effective EIA follow-up programme are raised, which provide good basis for evaluating the EIA follow-up performances of the two countries, identifying their respective significant shortcomings and priorities and recommending further improvements.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/220647
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