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Title: EIA Training For Touristic Coastal Development In Egypt
Authors: Fawzi, M.A.
Abul-Azm, A.G.
ASFA Terms: Coastal planning
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: This paper displays the Egyptian efforts in the field of training for environmental impact assessment. This field is relatively new between stakeholders, e.g. licensing authorities, developers and consultants. The paper presents a case of EIA training workshop supported by the DfID. This training programme was one of the very few programmes which concentrates on EIA for coastal touristic developments. This training workshop had participated in setting up a newly tailored guidelines for touristic developments in Egypt. The paper also presents a comparison between the old guidelines adopted by the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency and the new guidelines. Those modified guidelines are currently under study by the agency to be issued as model guidelines and to be followed by consultants or users.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/377
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