Title : Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process for sustainable environmental plant biology and biotechnology towards sustainable biotechnological development
Objectives: The objective of this investigation was to establish strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process in plant biology and biotechnology for the sustainable biotechnological development which could dominance biotechnological, economic and environmental factors in the World’s plant biology and biotechnological projects.
Methods: SEA process is defined as a study and check of the potential impacts (effects) of a proposed project, program, plan, policy or legislative action on the environment and sustainability. The established method is a method that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability and efficacy of future generations to meet their own needs. Firstly, environmental health impact assessment (EHIA) has been done by the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential impacts or effects of projects, plans, programs, policies or legislative actions with respect to the physical-chemical, biological, cultural and socioeconomic components of the total environment. Then the EHIAs for plant biology and biotechnological projects were fulfilled because social and environmental factors were considered. Finally, environmental impact assessment (PIA) process was checked for the sustainable biotechnological development.
Results: Established investigative environmental health pollution results were obtained at sites of chrome composite leather cladding rollers used in seed-cotton roller gins and bio-genetic manipulation of Bt seed-cotton fields.
Conclusions: EHIA is a sustainable project proposal for the genetically modified Bt seed-cotton plans, projects, policies, programs and legislative action. EHIA was conducted by visual inspection as environmental biotechnological health loadings. The SEA must be needed for making much earlier decisions in planning and decision-making process than EIA process.