Auditing tools gives access to relevant information and links regarding methodology, SAIs' expertise and relevant external organisations.
See below some good examples of data and method:
Spatial planning web dossier (view file)
Counterfactual analyses (view file)
Use of micro and macro economic models (view file)
Forester survey (view file)
Vignette surveys (view file)
International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAI) (view site)
European Environment Agency (EEA) (view site)
The Directorate General for the Environment (DG Environemnt), European Commission (view site)
European Environmental Bureau (EEB) (view site)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (view site)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) (view site)
INTOSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing (view site)
European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL) (view site)
Auditing Environmental Impacts of Infrastructure Next course: 11 February – 10 March 2019
- How is infrastructure development related to the environment and sustainability?
- How does infrastructure impact the environment throughout its lifecycle?
- What governance tools are used to manage these impacts?
- How to plan a performance audit on this topic?
Introduction to Environmental Auditing in the Public SectorNext course: Autumn 2019
- What are the most common environmental principles?
- What is sustainable development and why is it important?
- What are environmental governance tools?
- What is an audit cycle?
- How to draft an audit design matrix?
Auditing Water IssuesNext course: Autumn 2019
- What is water cycle?
- What are the most common problems related to water and water management?
- What are the main elements of the legal framework of water management?
- Which governance tools are used in water management?
- How to plan a performance audit on water issues?
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