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Environmental
Feasibility study
by Aziz Mambli
Chocolate factory example
Table of contents
S 1 Introduction
S 2 Objectives
S 3 Defining Feasibility study
S 4 Environmental Feasibility
S 5 Conclus...
1. Introduction
It’s undisputable that a feasibility study plays a major role in
a decision making process before or durin...
2. OBJECTIVES
• To ascertain the Environmental structural
factors that influence the business’s
operation (chocolate facto...
3. Defining feasibility study
• A feasibility study is an analysis and evaluation
of a proposed project to determine if it...
4. Environmental Feasibility study of
chocolate factory in Cote d’Ivoire (example)
Will the Environment stands the busines...
S THE POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT
 ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS
 High degree of pressure on the environment caus...
S THE POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT
 DEFORESTATION ( forest and agriculture)
The factory main activities wh...
Today we all know the global challenges (negative impact of climate
change) that the hole world is facing and it’s our res...
References
PICCOLIA’s book, MANAGEMENT Magazine, ECONOMY
Magazine, and Internet research on Google
5. CONCLUSION / RECOMME...
THANK YOU!
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Environmental feasibility

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Environmental feasibility

  1. 1. S Environmental Feasibility study by Aziz Mambli Chocolate factory example
  2. 2. Table of contents S 1 Introduction S 2 Objectives S 3 Defining Feasibility study S 4 Environmental Feasibility S 5 Conclusion and Recommendation
  3. 3. 1. Introduction It’s undisputable that a feasibility study plays a major role in a decision making process before or during a business activities. It also helps companies to be aware of both; the impact of the Environmental factors on the project activities and the risks or challenges that need to be evaluate in order to make a back up plan by controlling and providing solutions that will surely leads to a significant results at the closing phase of the project
  4. 4. 2. OBJECTIVES • To ascertain the Environmental structural factors that influence the business’s operation (chocolate factory operation).
  5. 5. 3. Defining feasibility study • A feasibility study is an analysis and evaluation of a proposed project to determine if it is technical feasible with the estimated cost and also if the proposed project is profitable according to the money invested. • Feasibility studies are mostly conduct when there is a large amount at sake.
  6. 6. 4. Environmental Feasibility study of chocolate factory in Cote d’Ivoire (example) Will the Environment stands the business activities ? Constructing a factory may asks for a lot of research especially to ascertain the impact of the factory operation activities on the environment. S THE POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT  Environmental stress  Environmental risk  Deforestation
  7. 7. S THE POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT  ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS  High degree of pressure on the environment caused by the factory activities such as generation of pollution and impacting those who are not involved in the activities ( nearby residents)  ENVIRONMENTAL RISK  Actual or potential threat of adverse effect on living organisms by effluents, emissions, wastes, resource depletion arising out of the factory operation activity
  8. 8. S THE POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT  DEFORESTATION ( forest and agriculture) The factory main activities which is producing chocolate depends on the Coco agriculture that need to be available in a very large quantity in order to produce more by minimizing cost and maximizing profits. For that reason farmers aimed at extending their farms causing deforestation. deforestation causes Cattle farms agricultural exploitation Fire, construction, roads, barrages Others
  9. 9. Today we all know the global challenges (negative impact of climate change) that the hole world is facing and it’s our responsibility to stop everything that could represents a risk to our environment meaning the business holders should take into consideration both; Environment sanitation; activities aimed at improving and maintaining the standard basic environmental conditions affecting well-being or people. Environment sustainability; the maintenance of factors and practices that contribute to the quality of environment on the long-term basis. 5. CONCLUSION / RECOMMENDATION
  10. 10. References PICCOLIA’s book, MANAGEMENT Magazine, ECONOMY Magazine, and Internet research on Google 5. CONCLUSION / RECOMMENDATION
  11. 11. THANK YOU!

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    Aug. 10, 2020

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