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e-CFR Data is current as of September 18, 2014

Title 40Chapter VPart 1502


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER V—COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

PART 1502—ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT

rule
§1502.1
Purpose.
§1502.2
Implementation.
§1502.3
Statutory requirements for statements.
§1502.4
Major Federal actions requiring the preparation of environmental impact statements.
§1502.5
Timing.
§1502.6
Interdisciplinary preparation.
§1502.7
Page limits.
§1502.8
Writing.
§1502.9
Draft, final, and supplemental statements.
§1502.10
Recommended format.
§1502.11
Cover sheet.
§1502.12
Summary.
§1502.13
Purpose and need.
§1502.14
Alternatives including the proposed action.
§1502.15
Affected environment.
§1502.16
Environmental consequences.
§1502.17
List of preparers.
§1502.18
Appendix.
§1502.19
Circulation of the environmental impact statement.
§1502.20
Tiering.
§1502.21
Incorporation by reference.
§1502.22
Incomplete or unavailable information.
§1502.23
Cost-benefit analysis.
§1502.24
Methodology and scientific accuracy.
§1502.25
Environmental review and consultation requirements.


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