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Last edited 16 Apr 2020
Strategic Environmental Appraisal
A handbook on environmental impact assessment, 4th edition, published by Scottish Natural Heritage in 2013 suggests that the terms Strategic Environmental Appraisal, or Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) refer to: ‘…the whole process of considering the environmental effects of certain public plans and programmes, including development plans, under the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Act 2005.’
See also: Strategic Environmental Assessment.
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