Environmental Management

6326 WordsJan 15, 201026 Pages
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT - 1 1) Relevance of Environmental Management course in Management curriculum. Environmental management course is very much required in the B-school curriculum. Environmental management can be so important because our environment gives a part of what we are whether our culture are dirty people or clean, it is also nice to live in a nice, clean place which is not polluted. It is also important to get people live in that place if a certain city, country is polluted no one will think of living there and visitors will have a negative point of view on that place. Environmental management is not, as the phrase could suggest the management of the environment as such, but rather the management of…show more content…
With this development there is an increasing need for specialists in this field, for technologists in other areas to be able to put into practice environmental applications, for assessors of the environmental impacts of specific technological developments and for general managers with a knowledge and understanding of environmental management. Thus, there is now an increasing need for environmental education and training in clean production to be applied to a vast array of industrial processes and applications. Managers need to learn environmental management in order to be aware of the hazards that are created by the various industries. Managers need to be aware of their surroundings so that they can make environment friendly products in order to sustain in the market. It is very essential for managers to know about our environmental conditions especially now when the world is at a danger of global warming. Managers can collectively help our earth get over the harmful effects or prolong the harmful effects thus making our lives considerably safer. 3) Why Copenhagen submits acquired so much importance? The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference, commonly known as the Copenhagen Summit, was held at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 7 December and 18 December. The conference was preceded by the Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions scientific conference, which took place in March
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