Climate change will be integral to the EIA process

From next year practitioners will need to start applying some new thinking about climate change when undertaking environmental impact assessments

by Polly Turton
Polly Turton, associate and climate change adaptation and resilience consultant, Arup
Polly Turton, associate and climate change adaptation and resilience consultant, Arup

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