National HIA Meeting 2012 - The Integration of HIA into Environmental Assessment Processes

National HIA Meeting 2012 - The Integration of HIA into Environmental Assessment Processes

This session will explore the application of HIA to the environmental impact statement process, state-level environmental reviews and the EPA’s Action Development Process. Leading practitioners in the field will discuss their work.

Moderator: Aaron Wernham, Health Impact Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts

Kelly Muellman, Minnesota Department of Health

Incorporating HIAs in the Minnesota Environmental Review Process (PDF)

Sinang Lee, Enivronmental Resources Management

Integrated HIAs: Lessons from Natural Resource Development Projects (PDF)

Tina Yuen, Association of Schools of Public Health and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The Potential Role of HIA within USEPA’s Action Development (PDF)

Jonathan Heller, Human Impact Partners

A Case Study of the I-710 Corridor Project HIA (PDF)

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