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|Title:||WESSA Environmental Impact Assessment Course|
|When:||01.08.2012 - 02.08.2012|
|Location:||Kirstenhof, Cape Town|
|Description:||Learn how you can contribute to Sustainable Development and Decision Making. WESSA together with the Southern African Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA), the Mazda Wildlife Fund and International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIAsa) is offering a 2 day short course on understanding Environmental Impact Assessment from 1 - 2 August. |
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
•Civil Society, Interested and Affected Parties
•NGOs and CBO’s
•Community leaders, Environmental technicians, Councillors and Municipal staff
•WESSA staff, members and volunteers
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
•To get a greater understanding of the links between a sustainable environment and sustainable development
•Learn about your environmental rights and the role you can play in preserving the environment
•Gain an appreciation of the role and value of Environmental Assessment (EA), Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in assisting South Africa to meet its strategic objectives (e.g. poverty alleviation and environmental sustainability)
•Enhance understanding of the need for improved governance in development planning
•Learn how to critically review and comment on scoping, EIA reports and EMPs.
VENUE: WESSA Barn, 31 Sanctuary Road, Kirstenhof
FEE: The course fee is R1 850 and includes all course materials.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: Matric (Grade 12)
Contact Bianca McKelvey:
Cell 071 625 0829 or landline 031 201 3126
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