A Scenario Proposed for EIA Implementation in the Republic of Macedonia

Bunevska Talevska, Jasmina (2006) A Scenario Proposed for EIA Implementation in the Republic of Macedonia. Suvremeni promet, Vol.26 (6). pp. 413-417. ISSN 0351-1898

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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a procedure to examine the beneficial and adverse environmental effects of a proposed project (development, transport, etc..), and to ensure that these effects are taken into account in project design.
Environment cannot be evaluated by separating its components; on the contrary, the components must be taken as a part of the system. This concept is to be considered as a basis for understanding the humans’ role within the environment. EIA should be understood as a unique tool for total and methodological identification, analysis and assessment of traffic and transport impacts on the environment. Firstly, impacts should be identified. Secondly, they have to be measured and quantified. At last, a procedure must be developed in order to avoid, decrease and compensate the negative effects as an opposite to optimization of the positive impacts.
Accorded by the opinions and aspirations of local people, the EIA process may also function as a project control mechanism. When properly designed and executed, it can be a valuable tool for project implementation.
To reach this goal, EIA should be a synchronized pallet of steps, phases, and appropriate documentation on exact and well defined process. Balkan countries, including the Republic of Macedonia as well, ought to synchronize their national laws and regulations with the European ones. Particular attention has to be given to the environmental laws and regulations.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Engineering and Technology > Other engineering and technologies
Divisions: Faculty of Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Prof. d-r. Jasmina Bunevska Talevska
Date Deposited: 17 Jul 2020 09:34
Last Modified: 17 Jul 2020 09:34
URI: https://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/5548

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