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Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA): An Approach for Assessing and Reporting Environmental Conditions Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks
2000
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Abstract: This report outlines an approach to Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) with the aim of assisting government agency staff in assessing and reporting environmental conditions. The approach will also be of use to industry-based resource managers, First Nations, nongovernmental organizations and others interested or currently participating in land use planning or the review of development proposals. Environmental Risk Assessment is a process for estimating the likelihood or probability of an adverse outcome or event due to pressures or changes in environmental conditions resulting from human activities. ERA is complementary to methods used in State of Environment Reporting (SOE), Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and risk management. The approach involves identification, analysis and presentation of information in terms of risk to environmental values to inform planning and decision making processes it does not presume to provide all social and economic information relevant to making decisions, nor is the
 
Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. 2000. Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA): An Approach for Assessing and Reporting Environmental Conditions. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: environmental risk assessment, management
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ISBN: 0-7726-4327-X English Name: 
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