That refers to the possibility that some activity may harm the environment.
A worldwide infrastructure extracts, processes, and transports fossil fuels. (Apex)
Environmental education is taught in primary schools through environmental sciences and in secondary classes,it is taught through science and social science. So, in a way, environmental science is subsidiary to environmental education. or we can say that enviromental science is the application of environmental education.
need for environmental control
Environmental costs refer to the impact caused by nature
Wind turbines generate energy using wind power. This does not affect the surrounding environment, therefore their environmental cost would be minimal.
Joseph J. Seneca has written: 'Environmental economics' -- subject(s): Cost effectiveness, Environmental policy, Environmental protection
Sarwar Uddin Ahmed has written: 'Cost-benefit analysis of environmental goods by applying contingent valuation method' -- subject(s): Cost effectiveness, Environmental protection
The industry has been challenged by the cost of complying with the growing environmental regulation of indoor pollutants.
AlbertL Nichols has written: 'Targeting economic incentives for environmental protection' -- subject(s): Cost effectiveness, Environmental policy
Destruction of free-running rivers and their ecosystems
A. Myrick Freeman has written: 'Air and water pollution control' -- subject(s): Cost effectiveness, Air quality management, Environmental policy, Water quality management 'The economics of environmental policy' -- subject(s): Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Environmental law, Economic aspects of Environmental policy, Environmental law, Environmental policy
wireless access and cost of ship gas
Cost safety, running economy, functionality, environmental impact