A socioeconomic and natural vulnerability index for oil spills in an Amazonian harbor: A case study using GIS and remote sensing
This paper distinguishes between Social Impact Assessment (S1A) and the Public Involvement (PI) process and makes a case for PI as an integral part of SlA. PI is seen as activity within the SIA process that provides the social impact assessor with a means to obtain quantitative information regarding social impact assessment variables. In North America during the 1970s SIA began to evolve both separately and as a component of environmental impact assessments. However, the utilization and implementation of SIA procedures have moved forward in an uneven manner among federal agencies. Furthermore, the practice of SIA at the federal or ministerial level has been hindered by the unfortunate equating of SlA with public...
Nature reserves and sanctuaries in the Soviet Far North, present status and prospects for development.
Socio-economic assessment of Lake Tempe: Resource valuations for sustainable agricultural and regional development
Reflections on the implementation of the programme of action on the sustainable development of small island developing states (SIDS)
South-eastern Anatolia integrated development project (GAP), Turkey: An overview of issues of sustainability
Construction of development zone and protection of coastal wetlands -- analysis of the development and protection of coastal wetlands in Jiahe River mouth, Yantai
Political ecology of biodiversity, conservation and development in Nepal's Terai: Confused meanings, means and ends
Tunis Conference on Sustainable Development in Mediterranean. Agenda Med 21. November 1st 1994, Tunis, Tunisia