Subject Matter Experts

Riki Therivel John Glasson MariaRosario
Riki Therivel,
Oxford Brookes University
John Glasson,
Oxford Brookes University
Maria Rosario Partidário,
Technical University of Lisbon
Olivia Bina Chris Wood Barry Sadler
Olivia Bina,
New University of Lisbon
Chris Wood,
University of Manchester
Barry Sadler,
UNEP Advisor

Course Production

Brendan Barrett, UNU Academic Programme Officer
Gerard Brady, UNU Course Developer
Sean Wood, UNU Creative Director
David Jimenez, UNU Interactive Media Designer
Mohamed Saied, UNU Video editor
Jonathan Snook, Web Developer (
Gregory Williams, Flash animator (Turquoise Shed)
Koji Toukubo, Systems Engineering, Technical Support
Kieran Boyle, Oxford Brookes University, AV Production Unit

Acknowledgements from Professor Therivel

A number of people have been very influential is shaping the development of this course module. Jean-Denis Bourquin who first gave Riki Therivel the idea of a distance-learning course. Deborah Seamark and Peter Nelson who contributed to the overall structure and approach. Maria de Rosario Partidario provided insights and had many discussions on SEA with Riki,

Others to thank include:

CAG Consultants and the School of Planning at Oxford Brookes University for their support and willingness to grant sabbaticals.

The students on Oxford Brookes University 's MSc in Environmental Assessment and Management (1999/2000 cohort) and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne's MSc in Environmental Engineering (1999/2000 cohort) who wrote the country profiles.

Ebbe Adolfsson, Kerstin Arbter, Elvis Au, Ingrid Belcakova, Clive Briffett, Emma Dolman, Bernice Goldsmith, Georges Guignabel, Mikael Hilden, Graham Parkhurst, Tasso Perdicoulis, Dagmar Petrikova, Norbert Plass, Ursula Platzer, Jeremy Richardson and others who contributed SEA reports, articles and case study write-ups.

December 18, 2006 Uncategorized — david @ 10:46 am

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