3 edition of Law and process in environmental management found in the catalog.
Law and process in environmental management
1993 by Canadian Institute of Resources Law .
Written in English
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These citizen lawsuits have become an important component of environmental decision making at both the national and the international level. Organized environmentalism began with the conservation movement in the late 19th cent. The book assembles an extensive team of authors from private practice, the judiciary and academia. On the basis of this, industries need to better understand and master the management of the environmental risks in a sustainable manner.
Just as there is broad flexibility in the scope of an EMS, an EMS allows flexibility with regard to the issues managed within the system. Ehrlich, 2d ed. The study provides background on the framework of an EMS, similarities and differences of various approaches, the development process, and lessons learned by 19 airports that have EMS experience. As more airports address this challenge, information on how an EMS can be used to provide structure to the process would be beneficial. This finding supports the underlying basis for management systems; that is, that defined and aligned structures, resources, and processes will lead to improved performance.
After World War II increasing encroachment on wilderness land evoked the continued resistance of conservationists, who succeeded in blocking a number of projects in the s and s, including the proposed Bridge Canyon Dam that would have backed up the waters of the Colorado River into the Grand Canyon National Park. Implementation methodology was another area of difference. A step-by-step guide connecting theory to practice Environmental Conflict Management introduces students to the research and practice of environmental conflict and provides a step-by-step process for engaging stakeholders and other interested parties in the management of environmental disputes. Less militant organizations called for sustainable development and the need to balance environmentalism with economic development. Influencing the course of development Nevertheless, some types of activity are common to environmental managers.
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For example, factories that emit unfiltered exhaust into the atmosphere or discharge untreated chemicals into a river pay little to dispose of their waste. Chapters 5 to 10 address the management regime for natural and physical resources including the coastal environment, forests, trees and native plants, minerals, water and air.
The appendix includes six additional extended case studies for further analysis. Several airports that initially developed an EMS for just a portion of their operation are planning to expand their programs to include additional operations. A number of different Law and process in environmental management book companies offer educational services and tutorials, often on a case-by-case or project-by-project basis.
This focus is most evident in the chapters addressing the procedural aspects of environmental law. Typically, EMS are designed to ensure that an airport appropriately manages operations that have a potential for significant impact on the environment or are associated with regulatory requirements.
The precautionary principle requires that, if there is a strong suspicion that a certain activity may have environmentally harmful consequences, it is better to control that activity now rather than to wait for incontrovertible scientific evidence.
Law and process in environmental management book rights approach is a break away from traditional environmental regulatory systems, which regard nature as property and legalize and manage degradation of the environment rather than prevent it. Ehrlich, comp. After World War II increasing encroachment on wilderness land evoked the continued resistance of conservationists, who succeeded in blocking a number of projects in the s and s, including the proposed Bridge Law and process in environmental management book Dam that would have backed up the waters of the Colorado River into the Grand Canyon National Park.
Various jurisdictions e. In many countries citizens may challenge in court or before administrative bodies government decisions affecting the environment. Fundamentally, then, environmental management is a political activity because those decisions - about resources, pollution and ecosystems - are never neutral or objective; on the contrary, they are value laden and they reflect the exercise of power by particular groups over others.
When a management plan is properly enforced and executed by people with the right know-how, however, companies often see benefits both to their core business and to the environment. Further study would be required to examine this issue.
A common theme of New Zealand's environmental legislation is sustainably managing natural and physical resources, fisheries, and forests. A smaller group, including Wildlife Conservation International and the Worldwide Fund for Nature, conduct research on endangered species and ecosystems.
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