Masters in environmental management
Managing Projects and Resources
This subject focuses on the the critical performance outcomes, skills, and knowledge required to
work effectively within an organisation or business environment.
Chapter 19 Industrial environmental
management and ecological industry
19.1 Industrial environmental pollution
19.2 Cleaner production
19.3 Circular economy and ecological
19.4 Case study
19.1 Industrial environmental
Environment and Development
Theory of Environmental
Environmental Policy in India
Developed Countries Tried to Put Blame on Developing Countries in
Population Growth and Poverty
Developing Countries Tried to Put Blam
1. Environmental managementis not, as the
phrase could suggest, the management of
theenvironmentas such, but rather the
management of interaction by the modern human
societies with, and impact upon theenvironment.
MANAGING PROJECT RESOURCES
After this presentation you will be able to:
Understand what resources are, and the types
of resources that are typically available
Appreciate the importance of managing
project resources, and their effect on the
Surface and Ground-water
Remote Sensing and GIS
The Art or Technique or Science of obtaining reliable
information about the physical objects and the
environment through the process of recording,
measuring and interpr
Biodiversity is the degree of variation of life forms within a given species, ecosystem or biome.
"Biodiversity" is most commonly used to replace the more clearly defined and long established
terms, species diversity and species richness.
Includes, Water, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands, flood plains,
Water is the one natural resource necessary for every form of life. It is constantly flowing past us
in our streams and rivers, falls from the sky on a regular basis, a
Topography, Geology, and Soils Questions
Geology in the context of SEQR refers to the examination of the structure of a specific region of
the earth's crust. The geology of any site can be divided into three broad categories; bedrock,
surficial geology, a
1- Introduction to ERA.
3- Definition of ERA.
4- the Basic framework of ERA.
5- ERA in the Context of EIA.
6- Problems with terminology.
7- Legislative and policy background.
8- Key Steps