Many economic structures depend on natural resources. Managing Environmental Resources of Industries such as forestry, fishing, agriculture and tourism rely on the healthy function of the natural environment, and hardly a productive industry does not rely on natural resources. The industries will suffer if this resource base is damaged in any way.
- What influences biodiversity?
- Why is biodiversity important?
- Climate change
- Why is climate change important?
- The effects of climate change in the UK
- Can climate change be stopped?
- Managing energy
- Consequences of not managing energy
- Managing the use of water
- Consequences of not managing water
- How road transport affects the environment
- Managing road transport
- Impact of not managing transport
- Managing pollution
- Consequences of not managing pollution
- Waste Disposal
- Managing waste
- Methods of disposing of waste
- Impact of not managing waste
- How effective environmental practices can benefit your business
- Other legislation associated with record keeping
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