The need for environmental project management
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© 2015, Springer International Publishing Switzerland. Having defined in Chap.1, ‘environment’ as the components of the ecosystems (land, water, and air, including all layers of the atmosphere) to be effectively managed, and discussed the concept of project management as a set of tools and templates required to make this possible, an attempt will now be made to define environmental project management as a new paradigm shift in achieving the goal of sustainable development.
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