The second in a series of four webinars designed to help EIA practitioners understand and deliver effective practice will see Josh Fothergill address cumulative effects - an aspect which has caused specialists no end of difficulties since the 1980s.
Josh will tackle the need to separate inter-project and intra-project effects and how to effectively consider additive versus synergistic, and temporal versus spatial aspects. He will also look at how the industry can more easily identify cumulative effects by putting the receptor at the heart of the assessment rather than the muddling around a complex mix of impacts, pathways and receptors.
With natural capital and environmental net gain now beginning to enter widespread use this aspect could be about to take on a whole new dimension in EIA. Josh will help you unravel this highly complex topic.
This webinar is free for Development & Infrastructure premium members, and premium members of Environment Analyst's Market Intelligence service can receive 15% off.
Speaker: Josh Fothergill
Josh has expertise and experience across impact assessment, capacity building, sustainable resource management and integrating sustainability in business, spending much of the last decade as Policy Lead at IEMA - the professional body for cross-cutting environmental and sustainability management.
Josh is particularly adept at solving complex problems and providing respected Professionally, Josh is Coordinator of Scotland's annual EIA Community Conference, on Transform Magazine's editorial board and a Steering Group member for both IEMA's Impact Assessment Network and its Global Environmental & Social Assessment Group. He is a former Chair of the IAIA's Ireland & UK Branch and has helped organised multiple IAIA symposia.
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