Dr William R Sheate
Dr William R Sheate
Reader in Environmental Assessment, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London
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Functional and systems aspects of the sustainable product and service development approach for industry
D Maxwell, W Sheate, R Van Der Vorst
Journal of cleaner production 14 (17), 1466-1479, 2006
3162006
Knowledge exchange: a review and research agenda for environmental management
I Fazey, AC Evely, MS Reed, LC Stringer, J Kruijsen, PCL White, ...
Environmental Conservation 40 (1), 19-36, 2013
2962013
Integration and integrated approaches to assessment: what do they mean for the environment?
JI Scrase, WR Sheate
Journal of environmental policy and planning 4 (4), 275-294, 2002
2212002
Strategic approaches and assessment techniques—Potential for knowledge brokerage towards sustainability
WR Sheate, MR Partidário
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30 (4), 278-288, 2010
2172010
Ecosystem services in environmental assessment—Help or hindrance?
J Baker, WR Sheate, P Phillips, R Eales
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 40, 3-13, 2013
1862013
Cumulative effects assessment: A review of UK environmental impact statements
LM Cooper, WR Sheate
Environmental impact assessment review 22 (4), 415-439, 2002
1822002
Integrating the environment into strategic decision‐making: conceptualizing policy SEA
WR Sheate, S Dagg, J Richardson, R Aschemann, J Palerm, U Steen
European environment 13 (1), 1-18, 2003
1732003
SEA and integration of the environment into strategic decision-making
W Sheate, S Dagg, J Richardson, R Aschemann, J Palerm, U Steen
ICON: London, UK, 2001
1202001
Road developments in the UK: an analysis of ecological assessment in environmental impact statements produced between 1993 and 1997
HJ Byron, JR Treweek, WR Sheate, S Thompson
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 43 (1), 71-97, 2000
1182000
Knowledge brokerage-potential for increased capacities and shared power in impact assessment
MR Partidario, WR Sheate
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 39, 26-36, 2013
1132013
Sustainability appraisal of English regional plans: incorporating the requirements of the EU Strategic Environmental Assessment Directive
SP Smith, WR Sheate
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 19 (4), 263-276, 2001
1012001
Green infrastructure as a climate change adaptation policy intervention: Muddying the waters or clearing a path to a more secure future?
LW Sussams, WR Sheate, RP Eales
Journal of environmental management 147, 184-193, 2015
932015
Sustainability assessment of future scenarios: methodology and application to mountain areas of Europe
WR Sheate, MR Do Partidário, H Byron, O Bina, S Dagg
Environmental management 41 (2), 282-299, 2008
822008
Integrating cumulative effects assessment into UK strategic planning: implications of the European Union SEA Directive
LM Cooper, WR Sheate
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 22 (1), 5-16, 2004
762004
Community participation and environmental decision-making in the Niger Delta
R Adomokai, WR Sheate
Environmental impact assessment review 24 (5), 495-518, 2004
752004
Community-based renewable energy in the Lake District National Park–local drivers, enablers, barriers and solutions
J Allen, WR Sheate, R Diaz-Chavez
Local Environment 17 (3), 261-280, 2012
662012
A systemic framework for environmental decision-making
R VAN DER VORST, A GRAFÉ-BUCKENS, WR SHEATE
Journal of environmental assessment policy and management 1 (1), 1-26, 1999
661999
Chapter 10, Urban
HJA Davies L, Kwiatkowski L, Gaston KJ, Beck H, Brett
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Understanding Nature's Value to Society …, 2011
65*2011
Making an impact: a guide to EIA law and policy
W Sheate, C Wood
Project Appraisal 10 (1), 58-58, 1995
621995
Sustainability appraisals of regional planning guidance and regional economic strategies in England: an assessment
SP Smith, WR Sheate
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 44 (5), 735-755, 2001
542001
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