Botswana Environmental Assessment Practitioners Association (BEAPA) is a nonprofit making association that was established through Section 20 of the Environmental Assessment Act, No 10 of 2011. The purpose of the Association is to register and certify Environmental Assessment Practitioners (EAPs) and to promote the sustainable management of the environment through the realisation of quality environmental assessment in Botswana...Read more


  • Environmental News

    IPCC predicts rise in extreme climate events

    [LONDON] Climate change could mean unusually high temperatures occurring much more often in most parts of the world by the end of the century, according to a special report on extreme weather events from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)... Read More

    Power Plants: Could a Rechargeable Battery Be Made from Paper and Pulp By-Products?

    Experimenting with plant lignin as a replacement for lithium and other metals, scientists create a rechargeable battery--but much work lies ahead to translate it into a usable power source... Read More

    New IFC Handbook on Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management

    The IFC has launched a  new Handbook that provides guidance to the private sector in emerging markets on Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management. Read more

  • Strategic Environmental Assessment

    Strategic Environmental Assessment means a process for evaluating the environmental consequences of proposed policy, plan or programme initiatives in order to ensure that they are fully included and appropriately addressed at the earliest stage of decision making, on par with economic and social considerations (Environmental Assessment Act, No 10 of 2011).

  • EIA cycle

  • Environmental Impact Assessment

    Environmental Impact Assessment means the process and procedure for evaluating and predicting the likely environmental impact of a proposed activity. The process itself involves assessing the potential effects of planned developmental activities; to determine and provide mitigation measures for such activities as may have a significant adverse impact on the environment; putting in place a monitoring process and evaluation of the environmental impacts of implemented activities and to provide for matters incidental to the foregoing (Environmental Assessment Act, No 10 of 2011).