Environmental management processes and practices for Australia

Thomas, I 2005, Environmental management processes and practices for Australia, The Federation Press, Sydney, Australia.


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Title Environmental management processes and practices for Australia
Author(s) Thomas, I
Year 2005
Publisher The Federation Press
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Subjects Environmental Education and Extension
Summary Environmental Management Processes and Practices describes social sciences' main approaches to environmental management. Ian Thomas provides an understanding of the systems and processes that are used to guide the more technical elements of environmental management. He uses uncomplicated examples of environmental issues, organisations, and policies to show how to bring about broad environmental improvement by managing organisations' activities. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 introduces environmental management and discusses the ways in which both the international context and policy issues impact upon modern environmental management. Part 2 describes environmental management processes and systems. Part 3 focuses on how environmental improvements actually occur and the changes needed to introduce environmental management systems. It also outlines some key issues for the future directions of environmental management.
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Keyword(s) environmental
management
monitoring
protection
Australia
ISBN 1 86287 527 8
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