An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an analytical process that systematically examines the possible environmental consequences of the implementation of a project. An EIA is carried out for new projects that are likely to have significant adverse impacts on the environment.
The OECD Development Assistance Committee distinguishes five environmental markers that aim at tracking activities which target environmental and climate change objectives cutting across a range of sectors.
The environmental and climate change-related screening is designed to support, during the action preparation phase, the preliminary assessment of environmental and climate aspects related to the action and to determine the steps to be taken during formulation to address those aspects.
This is the first Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the Agriculture Sector in Rwanda and the product of a mission of 9.5 weeks up to 22/12/2011 by a team of three experts from SAFEGE, Belgium under a contract funded by the European Union (EU) and technically guided by the Ministry of Ag
The SWITCH Africa Green-SEED Award provides winners with tailored business and financial advice, help with marketing and publicity, and introductions to funding bodies, policy makers and other avenues of support.