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Webinar Video: How to Build Evidence for Justice – Groundtruthing Environmental Compliance

Though governments in many countries have regulatory procedures for implementing environmental and social safeguards to minimize or mitigate such problems, compliance of these safeguards is often absent or low. Further, what is stated in law, regulatory approvals or license agreements often does not correlate with the actual adversities that affected people are forced to deal with.

Groundtruthing is a method of gathering information that can connect official regulatory requirements with the actual impacts development has on people in a particular location. The outputs from a groundtruthing exercise can be used as effective evidence to demonstrate levels of compliance by projects to the relevant authorities. In the long run, citizen’s engagement with compliance issues will help to make the overall regulatory system more proactive and responsive to their concerns about development.

This one-hour video is a recording of a webinar, facilitated by the CRP-Namati team in India, explaining how the groundtruthing method can be used by practitioners around the world.

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Uploaded on: Jul 24, 2016
Last Updated: Dec 05, 2017
Year Published: 2016


Resource Tags

Resource Type: Namati Publications, Practitioner Resources Issues: Community Paralegals, Environmental Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Policy Advocacy, Right to Information Tool Type: Case Study, Training Resources & Popular Education, Video, Audio & Visuals Method: Improving Governance, Accountability and Transparency Languages: English Regions: > Global, India