Examples of Initial Environmental Examination in a sentence
An Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) is required to determine whether significant impacts warranting an EIA are likely.
Based on this Initial Environmental Examination (IEE), it shall be concluded that the proposed project shall have temporary negative impacts during the project construction, which shall be reversed during the project operation.
The key features of the law that have a direct bearing on the proposed subproject relate to the requirement for an Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for development subprojects.
Under GoP regulations, the Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency Review of Initial Environmental Examination and Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (2000) categorizes development subprojects into two schedules according to their potential environmental impact.
Indigenous Peoples Plan (IPP) and Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) and/or Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) related grievances will follow the GRM described below, which is developed culturally appropriate manner and in line with the ADB safeguard policy requirement.