Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal

(The TQCC of Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Environmental assessments and sustainable finance frameworks: will the EU Taxonomy change the mindset over the contribution of EIA to sustainable development?28
Improving Post-Relocation Support for People Resettled by Infrastructure Development21
Environmental impact assessment (EIA) effectiveness in protected areas17
Gendered health impacts of industrial gold mining in northwestern Tanzania: perceptions of local communities15
Evaluating Chinese policy on post-resettlement support for dam-induced displacement and resettlement14
Embedding gender-responsive approaches in impact assessment and management12
Modifying social impact assessment to enhance the effectiveness of company social investment strategies in contributing to local community development12
Land asset securitization: an innovative approach to distinguish between benefit-sharing and compensation in hydropower development11
Evaluating the effectiveness of a national environmental and social impact assessment system: lessons from Uganda11
Wind energy environmental assessment requirements and processes: an uneven landscape10
Advancing the consideration of ecological connectivity in environmental assessment: Synthesis and next steps forward10
Hidden in plain sight: gender analysis of the environmental and social impact assessment of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline10
Skills’ sets and shared benefits: perceptions of resettled people from the Yangtze-Huai River Diversion Project in China10
Exploring the drivers of gendered grievance mechanisms: examples from the agribusiness, extractive and wind power sectors in Kenya9
Treatment of ecological connectivity in environmental assessment: A global survey of current practices and common issues9
The role of impact assessment in the development of urban green infrastructure: a review of EIA and SEA practices in Thailand9
The central role of Inuit Qaujimaningit in Nunavut’s impact assessment process9
Simplification of environmental and other impact assessments – results from an international online survey9
Collective impacts: using systems thinking in project-level assessment9
Using Sustainable Development Goals to develop EIA scoping practices: The case of Denmark8
Advancing beyond project-scale Social Impact Assessment of transport infrastructure: insights into contextual constraints on practice8
Assessing habitat connectivity in environmental impact assessment: a case-study in the UK context8
Rural water sustainability index (RWSI): an innovative multicriteria and participative approach for rural communities8
Fallacies about communities that lead to failed community relations7
Using strategic environmental assessment and project environmental impact assessment to assess ecological connectivity at multiple scales in a national park context7
The consideration of waste management in environmental impact assessment (EIA) for developments in protected areas7
‘Literature review on the analysis of climate change risks in the environmental impact assessment of dams’7
Next generation impact assessment: Exploring the key components7
Ten years of experience with ecological connectivity analysis and urban planning in Sweden7
Expanding evidence and expertise in impact assessment: informing Canadian public policy with the knowledges of invisible communities7
Women at work and war: integrating gender and conflict into impact assessment6
Quality of environmental impact assessment systems and economic growth in countries participating in the belt and road initiatives6
Mainstreaming ecological connectivity in road environmental impact assessments: a long way to go6
SIA and DRA integration for increased resilience5
Assessing the public interest in environmental assessment: lessons from cost-benefit analysis of an energy megaproject5
Social impact assessment and (realist) evaluation: meeting of the methods5
Distilling best practice principles for public participation in impact assessment follow-up5
Simplification and potential replacement of EA in the UK – is it fit for purpose?5
Enhancing ecological connectivity through biodiversity offsets to mitigate impacts on habitats of large mammals in tropical forest environments5
Strategic environmental assessment monitoring: the enduring forgotten sibling5
‘Simplification’ of environmental and other impact assessments – an international trend?5
Evaluating the quality of Environmental Impact Assessment Reports (EIARs) for tourism developments in protected areas: The Kruger to Canyons Biosphere case study4
Advantages and obstacles to retrofitting benefit-sharing after development-induced displacement and resettlement4
The future of impact assessment in Austria and Germany – streamlining impact assessment to save the planet?4
The evolving role of supreme auditing institutions (SAIs) towards enhancing environmental governance4
SEA screening practice and the inclusion of environmental objectives in Swedish energy and climate planning4
Powering corporate citizenship: assessing corporate social responsibility of hydroelectric companies in Canada4
Weak Participation and Ideological Exemption: The Latest Stage of EIA Simplification in Brazil?4
Biodiversity impact assessment of two large dam projects in India under long term multi-scenarios simulation4
Lack of consideration of ecological connectivity in Canadian environmental impact assessment: Current practice and need for improvement4
Editorial - embedding the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in IAPA’s remit4
SEA as a change agent: still relevant and how to stay relevant?4