DOI: 10.55524/ijircst.2022.10.2.17 | DOI URL: https://doi.org/10.55524/ijircst.2022.10.2.17
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Dr. Mohinder Pal
Environmental scientists are vital in shaping public opinion on environmental problems, and many of their experiments help influence legislation. Proposed new environmental decision-making guideline the precautionary principle includes four main components: proactive steps in the face of uncertainty, transferring the burden of justification to activity advocates, seeking diverse solutions to potentially harmful actions, and increasing citizen engagement. This article examines the implications of the precautionary principle for environmental scientists whose job involves studying more complicated and poorly understood systems while balancing economic growth and environmental protection. It is useful to examine how study may be more or less beneficial to people who will act with care without sacrificing honesty and impartiality. Increasing cautious regulations may offer opportunities and challenges for researchers to rethink how trials are performed and results communicated. Research findings and policymaking are intertwined. Environmental scientists should be aware of the political applications of their work while maintaining their impartiality and focus on researching the cosmos. The precautionary principle exemplifies this complex connection amongst policy and science.
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