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Social Impact Assessment, Including Impact Assessments in Relation to Mineral Extraction in Greenland

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AbstractSocial Impact Assessment is in general used in connection with larger mineral extraction projects in Greenland. Such assessments are not part of the environmental impact assessments, and different authorities are involved.Recent amendments of the relevant legislation have strengthened the quality of the mineral extraction legislation. However, the legal framework and its implementation still leave a lot to the discretion of the Government and could be improved.

Affiliations: 1: Nordic Law; 2: University of Southern


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