Aktivitet: Foredrag og mundtlige bidrag
Jingjing Gao - Oplægsholder, 2 jun 2011
Effectiveness of SEA has attracted many studies and researches, but only a few have dealt with the role of indicators in achieving this. Effectiveness is a relatively broad concept, but when we look into the whole process of SEA from an implementation theory perspective, it become clearer, as the analysis of SEA’s effectiveness can be broken down to more stages. The influence of the guideline is one of them. This study takes China as a case study with its updated version of Chinese Technical Guidelines for Plan-EIA (2003). Instead of providing a general guideline, it consists of a series of guidelines focused on the planning and assessment within different sectors. They emphasise the core role of environmental objectives and indicators in the SEA process, and pays more attention to the principles, and to the process of how to choose indicators. Why do these changes happen and what does it mean for SEA practice? The paper explores the motivation behind this change of the guidelines by looking at two cases: Shenzhen and Dali. Information from the cases, national level experience and inspiration from implementation theory help explain the role and influence of indicators on SEA.
|Dato||28-05-11 → 04-06-11|