Many of the decisions we make and actions we take, either individually or in groups, affect our environment, yet economic and political considerations often dominate.
Many of the decisions we make and actions we take, either individually or in groups, affect our environment, yet economic and political considerations often dominate. Integrating ‘environment’ with other factors in decision-making is a sizeable challenge, and our emphasis on environment in this course is intended not to isolate it but to ensure that it is not forgotten.
Nearly all decision making has an environmental aspect, depending on what you understand by ‘the environment’. Many of the decisions we make and actions we take, both individually and in groups, have environmental effects, yet economic and political considerations often dominate in a way that fails to take account of our environment.
Environmental decision making explicitly includes ‘environment’ alongside social, economic and political issues in decision making. The point of ‘environment’ in the course title is not to make it separate, but to ensure that it is not forgotten.
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This course will give you an overview about the environment and discusses environmental issues on a site- specific, global and local scale. You will learn about different legislation, control procedures, and responsibilities related to environmental issues.
This course is designed to provide an introduction to key environmental concepts and issues and give an idea about environmental management system (EMS). The key issues discussed in this program are carbon management and energy usage, pollution, water use, and so many others
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As concern grows for continually improving the quality of the environment, organizations of all types and sizes are increasingly turning their attention to the environmental impacts of their activities, products and services.