Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA): Integration and Synergy with EMAS Management Systems on the Territory
This article aims at presenting an analysis of the common factors between the Environmental Management System EMAS that addresses territorial authorities, and the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), included in the European Directive 2001/42/EC. The work highlights the methodological analogies and the possibility to achieve sustainable development objectives following the synergetic implementation of the two procedures.
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