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Earth and Environmental Sciences

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability

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    This publication explores the challenges of presenting sustainability as a more actionable or practical concept and identifying approaches that might offer useful assistance in addressing the temporal and spatial representation of sustainability. The book provides a comprehensive framework and a practical tool to support the design process. This is a perfect text for students of natural and social sciences, development professionals and entrepreneurs seeking opportunities for ecologically sustainable businesses.

  • Preface

    An Environmental Management System (EMS) is an arrangement of procedures and practices that empower an association to diminish its natural effects and increment its working efficiency.1 The EMS gives a structure that enables an organization to accomplish its ecological objectives through reliable control of its operations. The EMS itself does not manage a level of natural execution that must be accomplished; each organization's EMS is custom fitted to the organization's business and objectives.

    - An EMS is a nonstop change process with the accompanying fundamental components:

    - Reviewing the organization's ecological objectives

    - Analyzing its ecological effects and legitimate necessities

    - Setting ecological destinations and focuses to lessen lawful necessities

    - Establishing projects to meet these destinations and targets

    - Monitoring and measuring progress in accomplishing the targets

    - Ensuring representatives' ecological mindfulness and ability

    - Reviewing the advance of the EMS and making changes

    An EMS can give many advantages from both an ecological and a business point of view. Since the EMS is customized to each organization's particular objectives and procedures, it gives a structure to advancing organization execution over various measurements.

    In particular, an EMS can help accomplish the accompanying:

    Cost funds through diminished resource utilization

    Increased operational effectiveness

    Improved natural performance

    Compliance with lawful and regulatory necessities

    Deeper client trust

    Enhanced worker abilities and satisfaction

    Positive people group and open relations

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    Elisa Gomez Gonzalez

    Elisa Gomez Gonzalez

    Elisa Gomez has a Master's degree in International Corporate Social Responsibility and with more than 7 years of experience as Sustainability expert in International and Startups companies from a variety of sectors, Elisa is an expert in efficient and impactful Sustainability: Strategy definition, Implementation, Analysis, Training and/or Reporting.