More technological development, population growth, and a greater need for enough food for our growing population, housing and facilities to meet our growing needs, new farming methods, and so on are likely in the future of Environmental Science and Engineering. More areas will likely require management to avoid pollution or ecological damage. We will see new potential contaminants as well as a need to change conditions in some areas to cope with climate change. Environmental engineers will be in even greater demand to assist us in dealing with the potential problems that this future will bring.
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