Biodiversity effects are defined narrowly in focusing on potential impacts on Threatened Species.
By Debra Little
Methodology and EIS statements re “the highly modified nature of the project footprint” (20-14)
Typically an EIS downplays or dismisses the habitat value within a project footprint in order to remove or limit the biodiversity-promoting value that is there, and/or to understate the impacts of the project. This EIS is no exception. Continue reading