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Journal information. Environmental management helps to investigate and manage the environment within the context of human influences, incorporating an examination of economics, culture, political structure, and social equity, as well as natural processes and systems.
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Unit Overview 3. Unit Aims 3. Unit Learning Outcomes 3. Unit Interdependencies 4. Key Readings 5. Further Readings 6. References 6. Introduction 7. Section Overview 7. Section Learning Outcomes 7. Defining economics and the environment 7. In the s a band of smart and able young men, some still in their twenties, helped Franklin D.
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Releasing more pollutants into the environment reduces environmental quality, and a better environmental quality implies that the environment’s use as a receptacle of waste has to be restrained. Consequently, environmental disruption and environmental use are by nature allocation problems.
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