12 May 2009

Environmental Impact Statement

A few students have been asking about the different parts of an EIS. This article from Cleveland's The Plain Dealer lays out some useful elements. But you might compare this journalistic description with the more academic one in Steiner's Living Landscape and ask yourself why they seem different. Can you find hints about things that we talked about like the scoping or alternatives, and does the outcome seem reasonable?

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