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The Importance of Indicators and Standards to Social Awareness and why the Environmentally Concerned must Involve themselves in the Creation of New Indicators

  • Bernard Tan (a1)

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Since the beginning of industrial revolution, growth and development of industries have brought new creations and changes to our life. This continuous progress has produced major environmental accidents and has influenced the human's health, climatic change, destruction of ozone layer, extinction of animal species and plants.

These global crises and environmental tragedies highlight areas of significant concerned. Environmental groups are promoting and educating the communities on environmental issues and induce awareness on environmental trends and regulatory policies to establish effective ways to curb pollution, reduce generation of wastes and to enforce stringent standards and regulations on industries.

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