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Brewing and Distilling: Environmental Impact
Guide to using Library resources for brewing & distilling subjects
In places it illustrates or concentrates on the treatment of natural heritage issues but, even where there is such a focus, the principles are often more widely applicable to other environmental topics.
Unless otherwise indicated, the advice in this Handbook applies to the EIA process in respect of all project types, even though it concentrates on the EIA process in relation to the town and country planning system."
Publication Date: 2018
Discovery has links to thousands of journal articles about the environmental impact of industries. The following resources are also useful:
Environmental Impact Statements from US federal agencies, and the US Environmental Protection Agency's comments on these statements. Environmental Impact Statements look at the effects of activities such as building roads or factories on the environment.
Coverage: 1987 to date.
Full text: 2012 to date.
Parks, refuges and forests
Research and development
Roads and railroads
Urban and social programs
Information about Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) received by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) since 1987
EPA comment letters on EISs since 2001>
Full text availability:
Some full text online.
Electronic (PDF) versions of EISs received by EPA since October 2012.
Earlier US Environmental Impact Statements, from 2003 to present, are included in ProQuest: Agricultural & Environmental Science Collection