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Safety, Health & Environment (SHE)

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Effective and appropriate safety, health and environmental management is a critical component of sustainable business practice.

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Sanitation encompasses a number of different issues that address the need to safely dispose of the waste products from human activities without irreversible harm to the natural environment.

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Scoping is a process used particularly when carrying out environmental, or strategic environmental, impact assessments.

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A 'scrubber' is the common term used to describe a piece of equipment that is designed to remove or 'scrub' toxic gases and other materials from the gases emerging from a chimney.

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Seafood - Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (SASSI)

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Our oceans are in a state of crisis. The United Nations estimates that a quarter of all fisheries are now classified as overfished or depleted, approximately 25% of what is caught is thrown back,

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Sick Building Syndrome

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‘Sick building syndrome’ describes human illness characteristics that are brought about by air-conditioned buildings that do not introduce sufficient fresh air to the air-conditioning systems or filter, or clean the air passing through the air co

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Skills for the future

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Social Impact Assessment (SIA)

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Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is a stand-alone report or a subfield of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).

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Soil, along with sunlight and water, is essential for our life here on earth. All the plants that grow on the earth (including all of the crops that we eat and the grass that our animals eat) need soil to grow, and we even need soil to form the br

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Solar Energy

( Article Type: Sustainable Development )

Solar energy is radiation emitted by the sun; the light takes around 8 min 20 seconds to reach the earth's surface.

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