28 Feb '18, 5am

What about the other EIA - Environmental Impact Accountability?

Later someone in the audience contacted me and said I should write about ‘Environmental Impact Accountability ‘ (rather than the usual Environmental Impact Assessment). What happens when an EIA report turns out to be so wrong and the environmental consequences prove catastrophic? Who will be held accountable? Who bears the consequences? The project proponents? The state authorities? The federal Department of Environment? The EIA consultants?

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