What is

EIA reporting?

EIA reporting stands for Environmental Impact Assessment reporting. It refers to the process of examining the anticipated environmental effects of a proposed project - from consideration of environmental aspects at design stage, through consultation and preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). For many years, the EIS has been widely regarded as an obligation rather than a useful tool for decision-making. It was characterized by its size (often a few hundred pages) and text driven content, making it a difficult document to create and to read. Digital first reporting changed that.
The benefits of

digital first EIA reporting

1. The publication process becomes more efficient

Work together online

2. Stakeholders become more engaged

Publish multichannel reports

3. Digital EIA reporting improves decision making

Let stakeholders participate online

Digital EIA reporting ensures optimal stakeholder participation.
Tom Moekotte, Product Owner iReport at Royal HaskoningDHV

In the spotlight:

Royal HaskoningDHV

Engineering firm Royal HaskoningDHV is a global leader in the publication of EIS digital reports. With their webbased digital reporting platform iReport – powered by F19 Software – Royal HaskoningDHV published already over one hundred digital EIS reports worldwide. iReport can focus on all possible projects and reports, be that planning studies, feasibility studies, cost-benefit analyses, or studies focusing on range and reach. The platform meets the requirements of digital accessibility and can be used in projects including e-participation projects.
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