Organiser(s): Gwen van Boven (Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment), Leyla Özay (Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment) and Annelies Zoomers (Utrecht University).
Session format: Panel.
Strategic Environmental Assessment is increasingly used to include environmental and social considerations in formal decision making at strategic planning level, and frequently deals with land issues. We see that SEA for land and landscape governance allows for coalitions to form and formalise, between government authorities, business and civil society actors, across legal/administrative boundaries and through an integrated, cross-sectoral approach. In this session, UU and the NCEA will explore the relation between SEA and land governance. When governments start out using SEA, it often gets applied to national plans or sectoral policies. SEA for regional planning, land use planning, delta or river basin management seems to be gaining momentum. Could it be even more widely applied?
30-06-2021 15:45 -17:00Hosted by: Gwen van Boven
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