Environmental Management, from Theory to Practice

Azade Sadghi


Environmental management is a set of management processes and procedures that allow an organization to analyze, control and reduce the environmental impacts of its activities, products and services, and act more efficiently and controlling. The management of the environment tends to be "humane", in the sense that environmental issues should be considered after defining development objectives. In its easiest way, environmental management needs to do three major tasks: to identify targets, determine whether these goals are feasible or not? And formulating and implementing strategies for doing things that are feasible. Generally, the basic principles of environmental management include "providence and supervision", which are followed by comprehensive and far-sighted inventories and policies, the establishment of criteria and rules for evaluation and monitoring, coordination and implementation, and operations. The development of urban environmental management plans in the process of moving from policy to implementation requires "public participation". Local environmental projects with the participation of people can be adapted to the elements of the environmental management system and provide an appropriate model for the preparation and implementation of local environmental programs with the participation of people and legal entities.

Keywords: Environment, Supervision, Planning, Policy Making, Public Participation

DOI: 10.7176/CER/11-5-06

Publication date:June 30th 2019


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