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Environmental assessment

An environmental tool for agencies in developing countries

2009

Inam with a rotten tarrow root. This might look safe to eat but the cyclone made the soil waterlogged and root vegetables are now poisonous to eat. Jenny Barthow / Integral Alliance

Inam with a rotten tarrow root. This might look safe to eat but the cyclone made the soil waterlogged and root vegetables are now poisonous to eat. Photo: Jenny Barthow / Integral Alliance

This is a project-level tool used to assess the impact of projects on the environment and of the local environment on the project. It helps users to decide whether to modify the project design so it has a reduced negative impact and/or an improved positive impact, and to compare a number of potential projects in order to select the least harmful or most beneficial one.

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