40 CFR 1508.14 - Human environment.
Human environment shall be interpreted comprehensively to include the natural and physical environment and the relationship of people with that environment. (See the definition of “effects” (§ 1508.8).) This means that economic or social effects are not intended by themselves to require preparation of an environmental impact statement. When an environmental impact statement is prepared and economic or social and natural or physical environmental effects are interrelated, then the environmental impact statement will discuss all of these effects on the human environment.
- 7 CFR 650.7 — When to Prepare an EIS.
- 7 CFR 372.5 — Classification of Actions.
- 7 CFR 650.4 — Definition of Terms.
- 10 CFR 51.14 — Definitions.
- 21 CFR 25.5 — Terminology.
- 29 CFR 11.11 — Development of Environmental Analyses and Documents.
- 36 CFR 220.4 — General Requirements.
- 43 CFR 46.100 — Federal Action Subject to the Procedural Requirements of NEPA.