From the video Titled Concept of Environmental Impact Assessment(EIA), Answer the following questions:

  1.  The construction of a dam as an example , what are some of the factors considered when embarking on an Environmental impact assessment.
  2. What are the impacts which are identified using EIA prior to decision making?
  3. EIA takes place before what?
  4. What is the full meaning of UNEP?
  5. In what year was the concept of EIA developed?
  6. Name the first three country to adopt the concept of EIA
  7. What is the full meaning of NEPA?
  8. Mention some of the sectors that are mandated to carryout EIA prior to their establishment?
  9. Outline the various Elements  considered when attempting to  defining EIA?
  10. List the stages involved in EIA
  11. Explain how the Screening and Scoping stages are conducted during EIA
  12. Explain how the Assessment and Evaluation stages are conducted during EIA
  13. Explain how EIA report and EIS review are done.
  14. Explain Decision making with regards to EIS
  15. Explain how Monitoring, Compliance and enforcement are done in EIS
  16. List the various projects which fall under EIA
  17. Enumerate the factors which EIS can address
  18. Outline the benefits of EIS
  19. Summerize the procedure of conducting EIA.
  20. How many days does any EIS procedure last?
  21. Explain the two pattern used to follow up an EIS
  22. Explain Strategic EIA?
  23. Give Six major differences between strategic EIA and normal EIA

Engr. Ogbonna Nnamdi P, is a civil engineer with Paulibyte Publishing Company. He obtained his National Diploma in Civil Engineering from Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Higher National Diploma in Civil Engineering from Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering from Bayero University Kano and Masters in Structural Engineering from Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Uli. He is a member of the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE), Nigerian Association of Technologies in Engineering (NATE) and Nigerian Institute of Management ( NIM). He is a trained java programmer from NIIT and enjoys blogging as well researching on topics of engineering interest.

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