Both public and private organisations are increasingly recognizing the importance and value of environmental management in order to ensure long-term viability, client relations, cost-effectiveness, risk management, cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and long-term viability. Professionals with solid knowledge of sustainability and environmental management systems are more needed. Green jobs are growing quickly, which means that there is a high demand for environmental professionals. What is Environmental Management? This is a way to develop standards and policies that reduce an organization’s environmental impact. A formal or informal system of environmental management can be developed by external experts, or internally. An environmental management program can cover many environmental issues. * Air Pollution* Ecosystem, wildlife and habitat impacts* Energy consumption* Environmental cleanup and remediation* Environmental performance of vendors and contractors* Emissions of greenhouse gases* Management of hazardous waste* Indoor air quality* Land use patterns* Use of raw materials* Solid waste production, recycling* Use of toxic chemicals* Wastewater management* Water consumption in indoor, outdoor, manufacturing, or industrial processes* Water quality measurement The nature of work and desired outcomes will determine the issues that are covered in an organization’s environment management program. It will generally provide the following structures. * Audit of environmental activities, waste production and energy […] read more