Oakland, Calif. : Continuing Education of the Bar--California, c2008-
volumes (loose-leaf) : forms ; 26 cm
Formatted Contents Note
I. Preliminary considerations. Overview of CEQA process Attorney's role in CEQA process Role of public agencies in CEQA process II. Is proposed activity covered by CEQA? Is the activity a project? Is the project exempt? III. EIR or negative declaration? Initial study : will project have significant effect on environment? Procedural and substantive requirements for negative declarations IV. EIR process Determining scope and contents of EIR Requirements for preparation and review of draft EIRs Special processes for preparing EIRs Substantive requirements for EIRs V. Adequacy requirements for EIRs Project description, setting, and baseline Significant environmental effects Mitigation measures Project alternatives VI. Project approval Final EIRs Project approval and findings Mitigation monitoring and reporting Subsequent and supplemental EIRs VII. Special situations Relationship between CEQA and other statutes and programs Certified regulatory programs Joint federal / state environmental documents VIII. CEQA litigation CEQA litigation.