ISBN: 8176483249 Publishing Date: 2002 Publisher: APH Publishing Corporation
Environmental management: New Concepts is a unique approach to explore the scope and structure of the integrated approach to the subject. It takes into account the benefits and costs to owners, workers and the society. It has been pointed out that participatory planning can prevent the modern environmental problems. Implementation of pollution control measures can safeguard the environment and improve the quality of the products and services. The wise management of environment demand positive and realistic planning, environmental impact assessment, decision making in environmental science and environment audit. The book has been divided in 24 chapters, tracing the heritage and hierarchy of organizations and institutions with their distinguished and disguised problems. Diagrams and tables incorporated at appropriate places make the concepts and detailed descriptions easily assessable. It is hoped that the book will provide enriched source of information to environmentalists, managers, media persons, educationists, administrators, policy makers, lawyers and judges, social activists, research scholars and general readers.
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