National HIA Meeting 2012 - The Importance of the Community Perspective in HIA

National HIA Meeting 2012 - The Importance of the Community Perspective in HIA

This session will examine the role of HIA as a tool for community engagement, capacity building, and ultimately improved decision making in different projects in the U.S. Presenters will focus on best practices to effectively build meaningful and sustainable commnunity engagement through the HIA proces. Case studies will provide concrete examples of how community participation led to successful HIAs and better-informed decisions.

Moderator: Kim Gilhuly, Human Impact Partners

Ame-Lia Tamburrini, Habitat Health Impact Consulting

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Kate Hess Pace, ISAIAH

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