International Association for Impact Assessment

FAQs

  • How can I reset my password?

    Click the “Forgot your Password” link on the Member Log In page and enter the primary email address on the account.  The system will then email you a link to reset your password.  If you have any questions, contact info@iaia.org.

     

  • How can I change my primary email address and other relevant contact information?

    To make changes to your contact information, go to Member Log In at www.iaia.org, click the “My Information” tab on the left side of the page, and then click on the “Edit/View Information” link, which is located directly under your profile name.  You will then be able to edit all information on your profile.  Be sure to click the “Save” button at the very bottom right corner of the page when you are done editing.

    If you would like assistance in changing your primary information, submit the changes to info@iaia.org at any time.

     

  • What forms of payment does IAIA accept?

    IAIA accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.  IAIA will also accept checks in United States Dollars (USD) drawn on US banks only, USD cash, or USD wire transfers.  If you would like to send a wire transfer, contact info@iaia.org for specific instructions.

     

  • What do I need to provide for proof of my student status? Are there any special discounts for recent college graduates?

    You can email a transcript, student ID, letter from an administrative professional, or a diploma from within the last two years to info@iaia.org.  Recent graduates are welcome to join IAIA as student members within two years of graduation.

     

  • How do I know if I qualify for a discount on my membership rate?

    Upon request, a limited number of discounts are available to persons from non-OECD countries. Along with your request, send your name, organization and country to info@iaia.org.

    [OECD member countries are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.]

    Individuals who purchase multiple years of membership at once receive 10% off their subsequent years of membership.  For example, if you purchase 3 years of membership at once, your total dues would be USD $308.00 instead of the regular rate of $330.00.  Not only do you save money, but you don’t have to go through the hassle of remembering to renew your membership every year!

     

  • Do I have to be a member of IAIA to use IAIAConnect?

    IAIA members get full access to IAIA’s professional online community, IAIAConnect, including the ability to post and contribute to discussions and announcements, join topical groups, receive digests, and network with IAIA members.  Guests to the site can view groups and see posts, but not interact.

    If you are not interested in becoming a member of IAIA, but would like full access to Connect, you may do so by purchasing a Connect Pass.  This will give you full access to the community, but access to IAPA and other members-only web pages is not included.

     

  • Do I have to be a member of IAIA to attend the annual conferences, events, and other special meetings?

    You do not need to be a member of IAIA to attend annual conferences, events, and other special meetings.

     

  • How can I get an invoice before making payment?

    If you would like an invoice before making payment for membership or registration, you can contact info@iaia.org and submit a request including any specific details you would like included on the invoice.

     

  • How can I get a receipt for a past payment?

    If you need a receipt for a past payment, contact info@iaia.org and we will resend the receipt or create a new one that fits your needs.

    Also, be sure to add info@iaia.org to your safe senders list so that our receipts and correspondence don’t go to your spam/junk email folders.

     

  • How do I access my members-only content?

    In order to access your members-only content, you can go to Member Log In and click on the "Members-Only Content" tab on the left side of the webpage.

     

  • How do I access the IAPA journal online?

    1. Login to Member Log In and click on the "Members-Only Content" tab on the left side of the webpage.
    2. Click on the green "IAPA Journal Online" icon under the heading Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal (IAPA) Journal.
    3. You’ll be taken to the publisher’s website, which will automatically recognize you as a member.
    4. Click on the issue in which you’re interested – each article is then available as a PDF download or for online full text viewing.

     

  • How can I qualify for the free EIA training online courses through Dr. Larry Canter, and his company, Environmental Impact Training?

    If you are a current or past member of IAIA and are from a non-OECD country (see below), you qualify for Larry Canter’s online EIA training courses.  If you fit these criteria, please send an email request to info@iaia.org stating your name, country, and course selection.  IAIA will then send your information to the training company and they will send you a welcome email with instructions on how to login to your course material.

    If you are from an OECD member country, you can still participate in Larry’s courses, but we will ask you to contact his company directly for pricing and further information, as IAIA does not facilitate his courses.  You can check out his website at this link http://www.eiatraining.com/ or visit the online campus http://www.eiacampus.com/ for more information.

    (OECD member countries are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.)

     

 

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