Taiwan's environmental impact assessment (EIA) process offers little opportunity for genuine public participation, lacks systematic decision-making procedures, and inadequately evaluates and communicates perceptions of risk. This article examines EIA models emphasizing public participation, as well as contemporary theories of conflict management and risk communication, in terms of their potential application towards a restructuring of Taiwan's EIA process.
Ming-shen Wang & Gow-liang Huang,
Environmental Impact Assessments for Major Construction Projects in Taiwan: Problems and Solutions,
3 Pac. Rim L & Pol'y J.
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