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Everyone is now feeling the change of climate due to the rise in air temperature of the earth. Environmental management supports sustainable development Environmental management demands the multi-disciplinary approach. It deals with a world affected by humans. Log In Sign Up.
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Sulphey M M. Introduction to environment management m. The nine sections of the book virtually are the nine fundamental components which, in one way or the other, play a crucial role in managing the environment. The book begins with the section on Ecology and classification of ecosystems. The second section on Biodiversity discusses the Biodiversity Acts. The third section is on Environmental degradation, and its causes. The fourth section elaborates on the Agro-ecosystem, its management and techniques of sustainable organic farming.
The fifth section of the book on Forest and Wildlife deals with the serious issues, like deforestation, its effects on the environment and the wildlife, and touches upon the most sensitive issue of various animals getting extinct.
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The sixth section on Waste Management industrial waste, e-waste and solid waste discusses the legal aspects of hazardous wastes. The seventh section discusses the Emerging Disciplines in Environmental Management. The eighth section, Environment Legislation, is on environmental laws, international treaties and green marketing. Finally, the ninth section, which focuses on the Ethical Aspects of Environment, highlights the important issues like environmental ethics, and how environment is treated in various religions.
The book is interspersed with real-life cases to give the topics a reasoned approach. Designed as a text for the postgraduate students of management, this book can be equally useful for the undergraduate students of all disciplines. The Author M. With more than two-and-a-half decades of experience in the industry and academics, Dr.
Sulphey has published several research papers in a number of national and international journals in various topics of relevance. He has also presented papers in international conferences on various topics including Environment Management and Sustainable Development.
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Preface to the First Edition. Section I: Ecology—1. Introduction to Ecology. Environment and Its Components. Soil, Water and Air. Section II: Biodiversity— 4. Definition and Scope of Biodiversity. Biological Diversity. Value and Uses of Biodiversity. Pollution and Pollution Control. Global Warming and Climate Change.
Energy Requirement and Global Warming. Dimensions of Environment Management. Sustainable Development. Sustainable Agriculture and Organic Farming. Section V: Forest and Wildlife—