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We are evaluating Project Development Impacts to assess change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial as a result of the project's activities, products, or services. We usually undertake these as part of the project feasibility studies, execution as well as monitoring and evaluation including during end of project evaluations. Critical for mention is the need to protect endengared species of flora and fauna.
Single-purposism, as we have seen, tends to create projects that harm the environment. Instead, we should design projects with as favourable an environmental impact as possible. This is the objective of environmental impact design
The Services we are offering in our Environment Practice as per International Best Practices include:
- Environment Impact Assessment (EIA)
- We are evaluating likely environmental impacts of proposed project development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse. The goal is to predict environmental impacts at an early stage in project planning and design mechanisms to reduce adverse impacts, shape projects to suit the local environment and present the predictions and options to decision-makers. We conduct Screening, Scoping (based on legislative requirements, international conventions, expert knowledge and public involvement), finding alternative designs or sites which avoid the impacts, incorporating safeguards in the design of the project, or providing compensation for adverse impacts, and finally draft terms of reference for the impact assessment.
- We are also conducting Environmental & Social Compliance Audits, Environmental & Social Management Plans (ESMP) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the Energy, Road, Water and Agriculture Sector. Public as well as Private Sector Investments