Human-environment interaction fits into the regional geography category and is one of the most important parts of studying geography. The human-environment interaction perspective looks at the interactions between humans and the environment. These interactions can be direct or indirect.
Carbon border levies are used to manage imported goods from countries without substantial environmental restrictions on their greenhouse gas emissions. OECD recommends putting a price on all fossil fuels traded internationally to help level out some of the differences between developed and less developed nations.
Welcome to our first post for Environment for Social Impact. We will bring you ideas, tips to build an environmental friend world. Environment for Social Impact is a sister site of Diversity for Social Impact