IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management) Indian Agriculture-Scope and Significance Study Material (Page 14 of 24)

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Environmental Management: Aspects of Environmental Management, Objectives of Environmental Management

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According to Riordon, management is conscious choice from variety of alternative proposals and if possible, such a choice involves purposeful commitment to a recognized and desired objective. Management implies adaptation of strategies to meet short-term objectives yet specifically providing longer-term flexibility.

Environmental management is rational adjustment of man with nature involving judicious exploitation and utilization of natural resources without disturbing ecological balance. It involves management of all related components of biophysical…

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Environmental Management: Component of Environmental Management, Approaches of Environmental Management

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Component of Environmental Management

Environmental management deals with:

  • Conservation of resources
  • Environment perception and public awareness
  • Environmental education and training
  • Sustainable development
  • Controlling expenditure on plan
  • Management of resources
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Control of environment degradation and pollution

Approaches of Environmental Management

Approaches to environment management can be local, regional, natio…

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