What is the process of environmental analysis?

QuestionsWhat is the process of environmental analysis?
Priya Vishwas asked 10 months ago
3 Answers
Nikhil Rawat answered 10 months ago
Environmental analysis is a process that involves evaluating the overall impact of an organization on the environment. It is used to help find ways to improve the environmental performance of an organization. The process of environmental analysis includes:
  • Identifying various environmental factors
  • Gathering information about the environment
  • Evaluating competitors performance and strategies
  • Forecasting 
  • Prepearning strategies and implementing them
Akshaj Singh answered 10 months ago
Environmental analysis is a process of examining the environmental impact of a product, service, or idea. It also includes evaluating the effect that an action has on the environment. The process of analyzing environmental impact can be broken down into two parts: 1) Scoping - Identifying and understanding the nature of an issue, problem or opportunity. 2) Quantifying - Collecting data and information to provide evidence for decision-making.
Deepak Goyal answered 10 months ago
An environmental analysis can be conducted in a variety of ways, including: - Gaining insights into the current state of an organization's operations and how they impact the environment. - Conducting a life cycle assessment on products or services. - Gather data about impacts from various sources such as government agencies, scientific studies, or other organizations. - Conducting market research to understand customer preferences and identify opportunities for improvement. - Assessing potential environmental impacts of new initiatives or strategies throughout their lifecycle