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2016 | nr III/1 | 643--657
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Environmental Compensation and Mitigation Impacts of Road Investments in EIA in Poland

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Planning and spatial management are very often associated with the best providing human needs that require adjustment to environmental conditions. Thus interpreted, the rational spatial management brings many benefits to the local community, often the price of it is the degradation of the environment. System solutions reduce the negative effects of the investment on the environment and society. As a part of that, an investment in the implementation of apply optimal solutions in terms of environmental and social protection are procedures for environmental impact assessments (EIA). The aim of this study was to determine the operations to minimize negative environmental impacts and methods of environmental compensation in EIA procedures in the planning and implementation of the linear investments in Poland on A2 highway from Stryków I to Konotopa section ‚E' case study. To determine the most effective mitigation methods the negative impact of the highway and activities in terms of environmental protection, simplified EIA was carried out. The most threatened elements of the natural and social environment were identified: groundwater, soil, human health, acoustic climate.(original abstract)
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