Environmental Impact Training is a training and consulting company developed by Dr. Larry Canter, an international expert and authority in the field of environmental impact assessment. We provide a wide-range of training options including online courses through EIACampus.com, Training CDs, Video-conferencing Training, as well as Blended Learning solutions. Since 1970, EIA has provided training for numerous federal agencies, international organizations, various development banks, as well as to institutions in over 20 countries. We offer the following training options:
Dr Canter's new book, Cumulative Effects Assessment and Management is now available!
The book is comprised of practical environmental and socioeconomic information which can be used in planning and implementing CEAM studies. Such information has been compiled from CEAM practices in the USA, Canada, Australia, European, and many other countries. Considerable information on step-wise CEAM processes, along with connector methods and resource-related methods and tools for predicting, mitigating, and managing cumulative effects on key Valued Ecosystem Components (VECs), is included.
This is a “must have” book for all professionals that work in the environmental impact assessment arena. Dr. Sam Atkinson, University of North Texas
A first of its kind book on identifying, assessing, and managing cumulative effects over the life-cycle of programs and projects. This book provides both the bases for assessing cumulative effects as well as "how to" step-wise processes for conducting such assessments. Tom Swor, Aquatic Biologist
Evaluating Environmental Sustainability
This live training course discussed the development of methods for use in VEC-related sustainability and their application in a real-world example involving the Ohio River Mainstem and the use of an expert elicitation process for planning sustainability improvements.
IEMA's Cumulative Effects and a Practical Example with a teaching segment by Dr. Canter.
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How to do Cumulative Effects Assessment and Management More Effectively - Dr. Canter begins his presentation with a discussion of the 12 Suggestions for Cumulative Effects Studies. He follows it with an overview of his book and Q&A.
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