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How different Activities can cause advanced effects to the Environment

Environmental impacts are changes in the natural or built environment, resulting directly from an activity, that can have adverse effects on the air, land, water, fish, and wildlife or the inhabitants of the ecosystem. We help you study the list of issues surrounding the  environment that you intend to set your project on.

We also write Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) containing  critical examination of any potential impacts from the proposed project and proposed alternatives. The EIS process starts with a Notice of Intent to Prepare an EIS and concludes with a Record of Decision (ROD), a document that explains the reasons for selecting a certain action. The EIS is available to the public for information and comments.

We further make research on;

  • The description of the proposed action, including the need for it and its benefits
  • A description of the environmental setting and areas to be affected
  • An analysis of all environmental impacts related to the action
  • An analysis of reasonable alternatives to the action
  • Identification of ways to reduce or avoid adverse environmental impacts
  • Carrying out environmental impact assessment for new explorations
  • Evaluating the impact of ongoing drilling activities
  •  global warming and climate change; water pollution and ocean acidification; and loss of biodiversity.