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  References on EIA
  • Banham, W. and D. Brew (1996). "A review of the development of environmental impact Assessment in India." Project Appraisal 11(3): 195-202.
  • Canter, L. W. (1996) Environmental Impact Assessment (New York, McGraw-Hill).
  • Chapin, H. & Deneau, D. (1978) 'Access and the Policy-making Process'; Ottawa, Canadian Council on Social Development.
  • Divan, Shyam and Rosencranz, Armin (2001) 'Environmental Law and Policy in India', Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
  • Dwivedi, O. P. (1997). India's Environmental Policies, Programmes and Stewardship.New York, St. Martin's Press
  • Gelhorn, E. (1971) 'Public participation in administrative proceedings', Yale Law Journal, 81, pp. 359--387.
  • Gibson, R. (1993). "Environmental assessment design: lessons from the Canadian experience." The Environmental Professional 15: 12-24.
  • Glasson, J., Therivel, R. & Chadwick, A. (1994) 'Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment' (London UCL Press)
  • Government of India Ministry of Environment & Forests website: http://www.envfor.nic.in 
  • Grima, A. P. (1985) 'Participatory rites: integrating public involvement in environmental impact assessment', in: J.B.R. Whitney & V.W. Maclaren (Eds) Environmental Impact Assessment: The Canadian Experience (Toronto, University of Toronto).
  • Kohli, Kanchi and Menon, Manju (2002) 'Environmental Impacts-Biased Assessments', The Survey of the Environment, The Hindu
  • Krimsky, S. & Plough, A. (1988) Environmental Hazards: Communicating Risks as a Social Process Dover, MA, Auburn House
  • Mazumdar, Madhusree (2000) 'Environmental Impact Assessment in India', Journal of Social and Economic Development, Vol III, No 1, Jan-June
  • Olokesusi, Femi (1998) 'Legal and Institutional Framework of Environmental Impact Assessment in Nigeria: An Initial Impact Assessment', Environmental Impact Assessment Review Vol 18: 159-174.
  • Palerm, J (1999a) 'Public Participation in EIA in Hungary: An Analysis through three Case Studies', Environmental Impact Assessment Review Vol. 19: 201-220.
  • Palerm, J (1999b) 'Public Participation in EIA in Spain: An assessment of the national, the Catalan and the Balearic Legislation, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 17(4): 259-271.
  • Palerm, Juan R., (2000) 'An Empirical - Theoretical framework for Public Participation in the Environmental Impact Assessment', Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. Vol 43, Issue 5.
  • Pardo, Mercedes (1997) 'Environmental Impact Assessment: Myth or Reality? Lessons from Spain', Environmental Impact Assessment Review Vol. 17: 123-142.
  • Parenteau, R. (1988) 'Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making' (Ottawa, Canada, Minister of Supply and Services).
  • Pearce, D. W., Edwards, L. & Beuret, G. (1979) 'Decision-making for Energy Futures: A Case Study of the Windscale Inquiry' (London, Macmillan, in association with the SSRC).
  • Portney, K. E. (1991) 'Public environmental policy decision-making: citizen roles, in: R.A. Chechile & S. Carlisle (Eds) Environmental Decision-making: A Multidisciplinary Perspective' (New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold).
  • Rajan, S.C (1997) 'Impact Assessments Fundamentally Flawed', The Survey of the Environment 'The Hindu'.
  • Shepherd, Anne and Bowler, Christi (1997) 'Beyond the Requirements: Improving Public Participation', Journal of Environment Planning and Management Vol 40(6): 725-739.
  • Sinclair.J and Diduck.A (1999) 'Public Involvement in Hydro Development in Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh, India' Shastri Project on Urban Development and Environmental Impacts in a Mountain Context Technical Report No. 13.
  • Strong, A. L., Mandelker, D. R. & Kelly, E. D. (1996) 'Property rights and Takings', Journal of the American Planning Association, 62(1): 5-16
  • Thakur, K. (1997). Environmental Protection Law and Policy in India. New Delhi, Deep and Deep Publications
  • UNEP (1988) Environment Impact Assessment: Basic Procedures for Developing Countries (Nairobi, UNEP office for Asia and the Pacific)
  • Webler, Thomas., Kastenholz, Hans., and Renn, Ortwin (1995) 'Public Participation in Impact Assessment: A Social Learning Perspective', Environmental Impact Assessment Review Vol 15 pp 443-463.
  • Webler,T., Kastenholz, H. & Renn, O. (1995) 'Public participation in impact assessment: a social learning perspective', Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 15, pp. 443-463
  • Wood, C. W. (1995). Environmental Impact Assessment: A Comparative Review. London, Longman.

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