Based on the presentation of an aluminiumsmelter and its regional setting, the paper present the characteristics of a social impact follow-up model, and shows the relevance of interfaces to integrate numerous data and issues. It also demonstrates the relevance to distinguish, but also to oppose social changes linked to the community’s development and the social impacts linked to the project, just as it shows the need to take into account social impacts and improves social impact assessment in environmental impact assessment.
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- Methodology of Social Impact Follow-Up Modeling
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