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Title 43Subtitle APart 46


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

PART 46—IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT OF 1969

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§46.10
Purpose of this part.
§46.20
How to use this part.
§46.30
Definitions.
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Subpart B—PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

§46.100
Federal action subject to the procedural requirements of NEPA.
§46.105
Using a contractor to prepare environmental documents.
§46.110
Incorporating consensus-based management.
§46.115
Consideration of past actions in the analysis of cumulative effects.
§46.120
Using existing environmental analyses prepared pursuant to NEPA and the Council on Environmental Quality regulations.
§46.125
Incomplete or unavailable information.
§46.130
Mitigation measures in analyses.
§46.135
Incorporation of referenced documents into NEPA analysis.
§46.140
Using tiered documents.
§46.145
Using adaptive management.
§46.150
Emergency responses.
§46.155
Consultation, coordination, and cooperation with other agencies.
§46.160
Limitations on actions during the NEPA analysis process.
§46.170
Environmental effects abroad of major Federal actions.
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Subpart C—INITIATING THE NEPA PROCESS

§46.200
Applying NEPA early.
§46.205
Actions categorically excluded from further NEPA review.
§46.210
Listing of Departmental categorical exclusions.
§46.215
Categorical exclusions: Extraordinary circumstances.
§46.220
How to designate lead agencies.
§46.225
How to select cooperating agencies.
§46.230
Role of cooperating agencies in the NEPA process.
§46.235
NEPA scoping process.
§46.240
Establishing time limits for the NEPA process.
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Subpart D—ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS

§46.300
Purpose of an environmental assessment and when it must be prepared.
§46.305
Public involvement in the environmental assessment process.
§46.310
Contents of an environmental assessment.
§46.315
How to format an environmental assessment.
§46.320
Adopting environmental assessments prepared by another agency, entity, or person.
§46.325
Conclusion of the environmental assessment process.
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Subpart E—ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS

§46.400
Timing of environmental impact statement development.
§46.405
Remaining within page limits.
§46.415
Environmental impact statement content, alternatives, circulation and filing requirements.
§46.420
Terms used in an environmental impact statement.
§46.425
Identification of the preferred alternative in an environmental impact statement.
§46.430
Environmental review and consultation requirements.
§46.435
Inviting comments.
§46.440
Eliminating duplication with State and local procedures.
§46.445
Preparing a legislative environmental impact statement.
§46.450
Identifying the environmentally preferable alternative(s).


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