The Australian Government's environmental impact assessment (EIA) regime: Using surveys to identify proponent views on cost-effectiveness
The Australian Government introduced a new project-based EIA regime in July 2000. Since its introduction, there has been a robust debate about its environmental effectiveness. To add to this debate, a survey was conducted of proponents of projects that were regulated under the regime between 16 July 2000 and 10 June 2009. The survey sought proponents' views on whether the regime improved the environmental outcomes of regulated actions and the costs they incurred in relation to the process. This...[Show more]
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