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Putrajaya: ‘No EIA? No approval for project’

Date of Release: 
Nov 25 2013

Putrajaya is mulling over a rigorous mechanism to prevent developers proceeding with construction before obtaining approval of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report.

Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment James Dawos responded to Kuala Terengganu MP Raja Kamarul Bahrin’s question as to why the ministry has not issued ‘stop work’ orders to developers who failed to submit EIA reports before proceeding with construction projects.

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Executive Summar: Strengthening the EIA Process in Thailand

Published Date: 
05/1997

Thailand’s environmental impact assessment (EIA) process for development projects has been evaluated with the purpose of identifying shortfalls and actions to strengthen the process. The project was timely in that the country expects a surge of development in its natural and human resource sectors in the decades ahead.

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Environmental Impact Assessment Process in Cambodia

Title: Environmental Impact Assessment Process in CAMBODIA
Prepared by: DUONG SAMKEAT
Environmental Impact Assessment Dept.
Ministry of Environment

[Powerpoint presentation - 26 pages]

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EIA Process Diagram in Cambodia

EIA process diagram for Cambodia

[1 page PDF]

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