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In the context of the environment, "standard" can refer to a benchmark or guideline that is used to measure or regulate the impact of human activities on the natural world.

Some examples of how "standard" can be used in an environmental context include:

  1. The government has set standards for acceptable levels of pollution in our air and water.
  2. The company is working to meet the highest standards of sustainability in its operations.
  3. Environmental organizations are calling for more stringent standards for the use of pesticides and other chemicals.
  4. The industry has adopted voluntary standards for responsible sourcing of raw materials.
  5. The construction project must adhere to strict standards for minimizing its impact on local wildlife.

Other similar terms that are commonly used in the environmental context include:

  1. Regulation: This refers to the legal and administrative rules and guidelines that govern human activities in relation to the natural world.
  2. Certification: This refers to a process by which a product, service, or organization is verified to meet certain environmental standards.
  3. Compliance: This refers to the degree to which human activities adhere to established environmental regulations and standards.
  4. Best practices: This refers to the most effective and efficient ways of achieving environmental goals, based on scientific evidence and experience.
  5. Guidelines: This refers to non-binding recommendations or advice on how to achieve environmental goals, often developed by government or industry groups.

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