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society toxicology, radiology, biology, chemistry, physics, statistics, geoscience and other areas of science and the environment synergize. They get together to produce comprehensive environmental and risk assessments. WE call this type of intergrations interdisciplinary studies.
Toxic chemicals, radiation, air pollution and hazardous wastes. These elements represent the height of environmental problems.
Toxicology examines the undesired effects of chemicals on the environment, the flora and fauna and human health. It requires the
expertise of assorted doctors,
scientists and engineers to determine societal and natural risks.
The cross-disciplinary nature of ecological assessments require extensive teamwork. Cooperative efforts drawing expertise from various fields including meteorology are often involved.
Fortunately, a few firms have the faculty to establish the correct group tailor-made for your situation.
Our environment is important. Isn't it? Why is it important to you? Why should we care?
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What is happening to our planet? This earth is changing, and not always in a good way. Let us know what you think.
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Environmental Conservation through Living Jainism
The present environmental problem lies in our prevalent model of development, which has established consumerism as an index of development. Nations, …
Environment is very very important for us. It is like a mother to us. It provides us with food, water, and everything and anything that is required by …
Hope for the Future
Environmental health and protection is important in order to protect the health of the world population. All parts of the environment are important as …
Only one World
I feel that should not be an option for any person to say "No" for the question, "Is your environment important to you?" We have only one world and …
I think our environment issues are very important. The reason why I think it is so important because we need to maintain it for the future. For our children. …
By Destroying the Environment, We Destroy Ourselves
Our environment is a precious and delicate thing that we must protect and do our best to keep clean and healthy. It is in our own best interests to ensure …
SAVING A REEF
I live on a tropical island in the USA. It is protected from storms by a reef about twelve miles out to sea. Not long ago I went on the local glass bottom …
Pollution - An end to the world
Pollution - the term became very scary these days. As population gets increased the rate of pollution too increase aggressively at a very great phase. …
save environment from pollution and toxication
Air, water and land are the most important things in our environment. We people are actually trying to take advantage of all these things and are harming …
We can't afford to loose our enviroment.
We live in a natural environment which means that it is quite vulnerable to external changes that we do. So we must be extremely careful when doing unpleasant …
We should all care
Our entire environment is vital for life. Everything that we do has an effect on our environment. If people would consider the ramifications of their …
Climate Change and Our Duty
Search Climate change and global warming are defining issues of our time. Hardly a minute passes without a newspaper or a broadcast (or politician) making …
Hello Friends - We all are hearing a lot about our endangered environment. Much is being said about what to do to save our mother earth. We need to …
Our environment- Our duty
Our mother Earth has been giving a lot since from our journey to civilization. Our development can be owed to our priceless mother earth only. But …
Our constantly changing planet
Our planet, as a whole, is more important than anyone could realize; our grandchildren could be in danger. We pollute at a increasingly excessive rate …
Screw the children, save it for yourself.
I know a lot of people talk about "saving the environment for our children". I wonder if these people realize that A LOT of us are going to be alive to …
Some environment pictures show that affected locations can range from any quiet local countryside to densely populated areas. Even settings at elevations high in the atmosphere and far out at sea, in the international living waters, suffer damaging human effects and require the assistance of cutting-edge researchers and professionals.
It is one thing to complete a regulatory requirement to established Society of Toxicology standards* or agency guidelines; it is then another "to boldly go where no man has gone before," environmentally speaking.
* These standards include working with objectivity and integrity, using sound science, disseminating information properly, remaining ethical and lawful, caring for animals, avoiding conflicts of interest and unfair discrimination, and upholding health and safety.
Criteria formation and support such as expert testimony, air dispersion modelling, extensive biological studies, statistical data management and fate analysis are but a few of the great list of services available.
If you or your corporate firm needs help in any of these areas, please telephone Ann Jamieson at Calvin Consulting Group Ltd., CCGL, (403)547-7557.
If you have significant air emissions and feel your circumstances warrant individual attention, you may contact Barry Lough at the same number. You may be amazed.
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