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Social Considerations - 5
 

You may want to follow the considerations of the press. If you can demonstrate effects that people understand, they are more likely to respond.

The nature of the locality may affect how much notice you take of the community.

Some organisations pride themselves on what they do and will be more concerned than others as to the effects on their neighbours.

Environmental risk assessment is a technique that is often used to try and reduce the subjective elements that arise because of popular perceptions.

However, nobody can really claim to be totally objective.

When assessing the significance of such a wide range of environmental impacts that have chain reactions, there are bound to be choices about what is important.

Your choice is as good as anybody else.


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