International Association for Impact Assessment

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DEC
21
December 2016 e-news

Check out the latest IAIA e-news, sent 21 December 2016.

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DEC
19
THE CURIOUS DIVIDE BETWEEN CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND IA

Guest post by IAIA Board Member Morgan Hauptfleisch.

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DEC
09
WHY DON’T WE HAVE 20,000 MEMBERS?

Guest post by past IAIA Board Member Miles Scott-Brown.

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NOV
14
November 2016 e-news

Check out the latest IAIA enews, sent 14 November 2016.

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OCT
27
AEIAN Seminar honors Charlie Wolf

Highlights from a recent Affiliate event.

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OCT
10
The Nature We Want and IAIA

Guest post by IAIA Board Member Myungjin Kim.

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SEP
15
September 2016 enews

Check out the latest IAIA enews, sent 15 September 2016.

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AUG
23
What is impact assessment?

Basic info about IA to share with clients, colleagues, etc.

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AUG
17
August 2016 enews

Check out the latest IAIA enews, sent 17 August 2016.

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JUL
29
CLIMATE CHALLENGE: STATUS QUO OR ACTION?

Guest post by IAIA Board Member Shirley Lee.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Check out these IAIA and Affiliate events, plus other outside events that might be of interest (inclusion on this list does not indicate IAIA endorsement or involvement).

ABOUT IAIA NEWS

The IAIA News feed is updated regularly with both IAIA and impact assessment world news. Have news to share? Contact shelli@iaia.org!

IAIA Board members share monthly posts on relevant topics, and IAIA members are invited to write guest posts as well. Check out the Guidelines for Guest Posts if you are interested in contributing.

 


 

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