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Economic Studies No. 3Edited by George Stolnitz 1992, xi + 483 pp[ISBN 92–1–372–5] [Sales No. GV.E.92.04]
Published by : Forestry Commission of the Great Britain, Edinburgh,
Policies and systems of environmental impact assessment Available in French and Russian. (ECE/ENVWA/15, 72 pp., no. 4 in the Environment Series) Contents (approximate translation) Part one: Recommendations for ECE governments on environmental impact assessment Part two: Legal
Post-Project Analysis in Environmental Impact Assessment Available in English and French. (ECE/ENVWA/11, 62 pp., no. 3 in the Environment Series)ContentsPrefaceSummary with conclusion and recommendations to ECE governmentsPart one: Description and classification of post-project
Application of Environmental Impact Assessment: Highways and Dams Available in English only. (ECE/ENV/50, 232 pp., no. 1 in the Environment Series) Contents PrefaceSummaryConclusions and recommendationsIntroductionPart one: BackgroundPart two: Legal/administrative systems for environmental impact assessmentPart three: Summary description
ECE/TIM/30 Volume I, this study, referred to hereafter as ETTS IV (it is the fourth in the series of European timber trends studies), is intended above all as a tool for decision-makers and their advisers, governments, forest owners, forest industries, traders in forest products and others
ECE/TIM/30 Volume II, this study, referred to hereafter as ETTS IV (it is the fourth in the series of European timber trends studies), is intended above all as a tool for decision-makers and their advisers, governments, forest owners, forest industries, traders in forest products and others