Best Reference Books – Environment Impact Assessment and Auditing

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Environment Impact Assessment and Auditing subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Environment Impact Assessment and Auditing along with reviews.

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1. “Environmental Assessment in Practice (Routledge Environmental Management)” by Owen Harrop and Ashley Nixon

“Environmental Assessment in Practice (Routledge Environmental Management)” Book Review: This text explains what constitutes good practice in applying environmental assessment as an environmental management tool. The book contains case studies. The book employs to demonstrate how the different methods, techniques and disciplines of environmental assessment can be used. The book discusses the key concepts for environmental assessment procedures and methods for using E.A. The other topics included are techniques for impact prediction and evaluation; environmental risk assessment; EA consultation and participation. Others are project management; environmental statement review and post-project analysis. The case studies included are: gas pipelines, hydroelectric power plants, gold mining, river crossings, waste-to-energy plants and gravel extraction in England.

2. “The Role of Environmental Monitoring and Audit in the Environmental Impact Assessment Process in Hong Kong” by Kai-Hang Choi
3. “Installing Environmental Management Systems: A Step-by-Step Guide” by Christopher Sheldon and Mark Yoxon

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“Installing Environmental Management Systems: A Step-by-Step Guide” Book Review: This is a comprehensive book for all businesses seeking ISO 14000, 14001 and EMAS qualifications. It is for corporate executives and project managers on how to establish and maintain an effective environmental management system (EMS). The book includes both ISO 14001 and the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). It draws on both implementing environmental management systems and training others to do so. The book is concise and full of helpful examples and insider tips. it will be the standard manual for managers and consultants.

4. “Business Intelligence for New-Generation Managers: Current Avenues of Development” by Jörg H Mayer and Reiner Quick

“Business Intelligence for New-Generation Managers: Current Avenues of Development” Book Review: This book summarizes current avenues of development helping managers to perform their jobs more productively by using ‘BI for managers’ as their central, hands-on, day-to-day source of information – even when they are mobile.

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5. “Environmental Compliance Auditing and Management Systems Assessment” by Government Institutes Research Group

“Environmental Compliance Auditing and Management Systems Assessment” Book Review: This book helps to audit the entire environmental management program. It includes simple instructions and a wealth of “user aids” combined with detail. The text has comprehensive auditing and assessment guidance.

6. “System of Environment-Economic Accounting for Water (SSEA-Water)” by United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs
7. “Environmental Management Accounting for Cleaner Production (Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science)” by Stefan Schaltegger and Martin Bennett

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“Environmental Management Accounting for Cleaner Production (Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science)” Book Review: The textbook reveals a set of tools for companies to collect, evaluate and interpret the information. The book estimates their potential to use cleaner production to realize cost savings. Also, for driving environmental progress, cost savings, increased competitiveness and corporate sustainability through the means of cleaner production, the book is good to go.

8. “Sustainability Reporting Statements for Wastewater Systems” by Water Environment Federation
9. “Environmental Management Accounting: Informational and Institutional Developments (Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science)” by M D Bennett and J J Bouma

“Environmental Management Accounting: Informational and Institutional Developments (Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science)” Book Review: This book gives a comprehensive coverage of the state of the art. It presents a number of EMA frameworks that companies can take as a basis for implementing their own specific EMA structures. It discusses environmental accounting issues within conventional management accounting. Also, it gives a detailed picture of materials flow (cost) accounting as an alternative way of looking at the ecology-economy relationships at the corporate level. The book contains case study. It explores how a large company (Siemens) applied materials flow accounting and what benefits it entails.

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10. “Material Flow Management: Improving Cost Efficiency and Environmental Performance (Sustainability and Innovation)” by Bernd Wagner and Stefan Enzler

“Material Flow Management: Improving Cost Efficiency and Environmental Performance (Sustainability and Innovation)” Book Review: The book discusses new economic competitive advantages. This book summarises the fundamental concepts and tools of material flow management. Also, it presents contemporary methods and findings. The text has case studies from recent research projects conducted in cooperation with industrial companies. The book thereby provides an up-to-date overview of the subject of material flow management for science and practice.

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