Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is a systematic, proactive approach for assessing the environmental consequences of policies, plans and programs at early stages of decisionmaking. The three Ps — Policies, Plans, and Programmes — imply dissimilar types of activities in different countries. Even though approaches for assessment of “the three Ps” vary, the term SEA is often used collectively for the three in order to differential between these and the environmental assessment of project. The term EIA — Environmental Impact Assessment — is in Sweden mostly being used for project-level assessments (Käärik 1996, Lerman 1996).
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