Adequate Environmental Monitoring a Sinequanon for Sustainable Development



Environment sustainability requires constant and regular observation of on-going activities within the environment, maintained through an enhanced environmental standard, using documents that set the rules, guidelines and numeric values defined by the involved parties likely to have impact on the state of the environment, because man has through his interferences and exploitations introduced more gases, dumped waste, altered weather conditions and micro- climates or encouraged devastating wind erosion, flooding, gulling, pollution of air, water and soil, hence the increasing population and the noticeable resultant resources scarcity encouraged explorations around the world that awakened the framework for a global system of observation stations that emerged which provides the basis for understanding the world today, and thus the need for global monitoring through the application of a range of technologies. The wok observed that environmental impact assessment though important is not enough. The work suggested that strategic environmental assessment be carried out instead of just impact assessment. To this end, the work states that explicit and systematic checking of outputs and outcomes related to a management initiative in order to understand what works and what does not work, and to determine needed modifications to enhance effectiveness. That is the ideal or spirit of adequate environmental monitoring.

Keywords: Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Monitoring, Sustainable Development.

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