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Natural hazards should always be taken into account when drawing up ecological assurance plans. In fact, all associations, whether public or private, should take into account the potential natural impacts of their activities, for which there are explicit guidelines and standards for assessing and taking measures to reduce the recurrence or severity of hazards.
The most genuine results of disregarding ecological hazards are as follows
Soil degradation: e.g. with the unfortunate foundation of the executives. Degradation of water quality: especially during dumping, which also influences fouling. Damage to biological systems and loss of biodiversity: all natural damages negatively affect environments and their biodiversity. Deterioration of air quality: essentially due to the inadvertent release of various pollutants. This can have a greater impact on our well-being than other types of damage.

Examples of environmental risks

Here are some examples of environmental risks that are easy to understand:

Anthropogenic risks: examples

  • Wastewater discharges.
  • Chemical spills.
  • Oil spills.
  • Chemical clouds.
  • Radiation emissions.

5 green companies committed to the environment around the world.

1. Dassault Systémes (France, 1981)
Neste (Finland, 1948)
3. Valeo (France, 1923)
4. Munich Re (Germany, 1880)
5. Outotec (Finland, 2006)