where does environmental concern originate?
The objective of environmental management is to improve human life quality. It involves the mobilization of resources and the use of government to administer the use of both natural and economic goods and services. It is based on the principles of ecology. It uses systems analysis and conflict resolution to distribute the costs and benefits of development activities throughout the affected populations and seeks to protect the activities of development from natural hazards.
In the complex and interdependent world that we have been given, environmental management is required because the activities of development in one sector affect in both positive and negative ways the quality of life in others. Indeed, if one asks of any "environmental impact" the questions "who caused it?" and "who felt it?,"
Conflicts between natural hazards and development activities will always exist if we continue not to pay attention to the environment. So-called "natural disasters" occur because we have not paid sufficient attention to natural hazardous phenomena. Indeed, the term "natural disaster" is misleading. it places the blame on nature when, in fact, the blame belongs to those who decided that projects to be implemented under the condition of harming the nature. Therefore, environmental concern shall be the core consideration of any business or projects instead of being the tedious documentary compliance and treated as an expense.