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Unpublished Paper
Evaluation of Directive 2014/52/EU and Spanish Law 21/2013 along with the need to include the Reverse Environmental Assessment Analysis for the adaptation of projects, plans, and programs to the effects of climate change
ExpressO (2014)
  • Teresa - Parejo
Abstract

The need for action on climate change is recognized around the world, and the European Union is not an exception. For that reason, the new Directive 2014/52/EU stresses the requirement to strengthen the quality of the Environmental Impact Assessment procedure by including the so-called “Reverse Environmental Impact Assessment”, which adds to the traditional tool a new and complementary vision that takes into account the effects of the changing climate into certain public and private projects.

Keywords
  • Climate change adaptation; reverse environmental impact assessment; Directive 2014/52/EU; Spanish Law 21/2013
Disciplines
Publication Date
October 8, 2014
Citation Information
Teresa - Parejo. "Evaluation of Directive 2014/52/EU and Spanish Law 21/2013 along with the need to include the Reverse Environmental Assessment Analysis for the adaptation of projects, plans, and programs to the effects of climate change" ExpressO (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/teresa_parejo/2/