ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS
Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author: Saba Malik, Sidra Mumtaz, Sana Akhtar, Iqra Zahoor, Soha Kanwal, Mubbra Habib, Mehmood Ahmed Husnain Hashmi, Muhammad Sakandar Majid
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Purpose: The purpose of the study is to explore the environmental protection agency (EPA) issues and also suggest solutions that will help to solve these issues. Method: We have used an analysis method for our study. We used the environmental protection agency (EPA) website, report, and previously published reports to evaluate issues. Results: Our results show that the environmental protection agency (EPA) has issues in workload and also in information security. We analyze both issues deeply and recommend some changes to the environmental protection agency (EPA) which includes a pilot project, a staffing plan for the entire department, measurements of the security, and tracking of the environmental protection agency (EPA) framework. Conclusion: From the whole analyses we conclude that the environmental protection agency (EPA) and office of inspectors general need to focus on that issue. There is a need for them to improve the problems that occur in such policies that are designed to save the atmosphere and human health.