In context with a number of experiences, it can be seen that for being robust and realistic, formulation of strategy can provide success in case of maximum integration right from the initial point. This is done by considering the resources and options of implementation. In such a manner, the evolution of strategies are known to be having a better relationship with available resources and likely constraints. Establishment under these considerations from the initial setting is useful in the consistent utilization of social benefit and cost. This can be seen as crucial to help each and every stakeholder in understanding the overall trade- off and limits in the process of EPM, along with the distribution of costs and gains across the different groups (Selman, 2001).
This has been identified as significant for ensuring that there is reliability in the strategic agreements, such that the stakeholders in agreement have an understanding about the implications of resource and implementation of the selected strategies. This is further crucial for avoiding the wasted effort in the development of technically ideal strategy in the lack of subsequent implementation. Awareness about the capacities of implementation and limitations of resource can be considered as prime element for the establishment of environmental management strategy. This strategy can be set on the basis of the choice of affordable system, development of system as per appropriate technology and recovery of costs for making improvements (Wheeler, 2013).
This will lead towards action plane with the consideration of each and every factor required in the overall context. The key objective of environmental planning was to be focused on coming up with win-win situation for the environment and the society. As a result of successful environmental planning, it was realized that the society will be successful by gaining the ability to utilize the area with productivity and the environment will be sustaining itself for the generations to come. This overall concept was required to ensure how groups or individuals take the decision of using environmental elements and these decisions must go accordingly.