Making Wise Environmental Decisions
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It is understood that if the student is to make wise decisions concerning the environment, she or he should be cognizant of the dangers that exist in the realm of pollutants or chemicals used for industrial and agricultural purposes. Additionally, there needs to be some awareness that there are many sides to the environmental issues that are presented for analysis. The student should also know that there might be others that may not have the same points of view or objectives as they. The student should be aware that he or she could be successful at regenerating new thoughts and ideas among fellow social members. Also, it is imperative that the pupil understands that with each environmental issue, costs will be involved with correcting any problems that may exist or there may be a cost involved with not taking an action. There may also be difficulties with not enough funds being available or the ethics of using funds that may be accessible where a vast number of choices may be available.