International Association for Impact Assessment

IAIA

The leading global network on impact assessment

Impact assessment, simply defined, is the process of identifying the future consequences of a current or proposed action. IAIA is the leading global network on best practice in the use of impact assessment for informed decision making regarding policies, programs, plans and projects. Members of IAIA believe that impact assessment is a practical tool for helping meet today's needs without compromising the opportunities of future generations. Our members are our greatest asset.

IAIA Membership

Membership

Join IAIA members from over 120 nations in this inter-disciplinary network of individuals and organizations.

IAIA Events

Events

IAIA's annual conferences and regional meetings promote lively exchange and learning opportunities.

IAIA Publications & Resources

Resources

IAIA's publications, trainings, and resources share best practices in the field of impact assessment.

IAIA Affiliates

Affiliates

Operating in 17 countries, IAIA Affiliates are independent organizations promoting impact assessment regionally.

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News

Journal editor sought
Nov
22

Journal editor sought

Call for expressions of interest for the position of journal editor

Artificial intelligence, glaciers, anniversaries, and more
Nov
17

Artificial intelligence, glaciers, anniversaries, and more

Check out the latest enews, sent 17 November

IAIA23 preliminary program, free digital IA webinar, and more
Oct
30

IAIA23 preliminary program, free digital IA webinar, and more

Check out the latest enews, sent 20 October

IAIA CEO search: Apply by 18 November
Oct
27

IAIA CEO search: Apply by 18 November

Download the position brief to find out more

IAIA Mission, Vision & Values

IAIA is an organization with a voluntary membership of professionals from a diverse array of interests and organizations, all of whom are concerned with environmental stewardship and sustainability. Collectively, our goal is to protect, not harm, the earth and its environments and peoples.