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Since 1999 the Environmental Assessment and Planning Research Group undertakes research on the environmental impacts of public and private planning as well as on management opportunities of decision-making processes by means of existing and new environmental assessment tools on the level of projects, plans, programs and policies.

Environmental assessment tools concern the consideration of media- and cross-sectoral environmental issues in planning processes in urban and rural areas. They serve political decision-making as well as public information and participation in the context of such processes.

For information on the Group's research activities please follow this Link.

Staff of the Environmental Assessment and Planning Research Group is involved in the bachelor course "Ecology and Landscape Planning" and in the masters programs "Environmental Planning" and "Environmental Policy and Planning". You will find the contents of these courses Link.

News

New article: Effectiveness of strategic environmental assessment in Germany? – meta-review of SEA research in the light of effectiveness dimensions

Wednesday, 13. March 2019

Impact Assessment and Policy Appraisal has published the following article from our research group:

Geißler G, Rehhausen A, Fischer TB, Hanusch M 2019. Effectiveness of strategic environmental assessment in Germany? – meta-review of SEA research in the light of effectiveness dimensions. Impact Assessment and Policy Appraisal. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14615517.2019.1587944

New Article: Implementing strategic environmental assessment in countries of the global South – An analysis within the Peruvian context

Tuesday, 12. March 2019

Environmental Impact Assessment Review published the following article from our research group:

Juliane Biehl, Johann Köppel, Verena Rodorff, María Elena Huesca Pérez, Annegret Zimmermann, Gesa Geißler, Anke Rehhausen (2019). Implementing strategic environmental assessment in countries of the global South – An analysis within the Peruvian context. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 77: 23-39. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2019.02.009

Please note that the article is available for download for free until April 30, 2019.

Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts 2019

Friday, 01. March 2019

We are happy to announce that Prof. Köppel will be part of the advisory committee of this years ‘Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts’. The conference will take place at the University of Stirling in the heart of Scotland, 27-30 August 2019. Experts will discuss the impacts of wind energy on wildlife and future challenges in wind energy development. Registration and more details can be found here at the CWW 2019 conference website.

Anke Rehhausen successfully defended her dotoral thesis

Friday, 22. February 2019

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We are happy to congratulate our former colleague Anke Rehhausen to her doctorate. She defended her dissertation on the 22nd February 2019, which is titled "How strategic is Strategic Environmental Assessment in Germany - a contribution to an evaluation". Anke evaluated the practice of Strategic Environmental Assessments in Germany based on document analysis and expert interviews in selected cases. Her dissertation was supervised by Prof. Dr. Johann Köppel, TU Berlin and Prof. Dr. Thomas Fischer, University of Liverpool.

Final reports of the research project " How strategic is Germany's strategic environmental assessment?" are published online

Monday, 01. October 2018

The final reports of the research project "How strategic is Germany's strategic environmental assessment?" have been published on the website of Umweltbundesamt and can be found through the links below.

Part of the project was also a readability guideline for environmental assessment documents, which can be found here:  "Lesefreundliche Dokumente in Umweltprüfungen" .

Adaptive Management in Wind Energy Planning

Juliane Biehl, research assistant and doctoral student, will give a presentation on "Adaptive Management in Wind Energy Planning" at the 27th Wind Energy Days in Linstow on 7 November 2018. Further information and programme at https://windenergietage.de/2018/.

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