Enviornmental Issues-A Prespective to Indian Scenario

Kaul, Vinay and Rao, Prakash B and Raghuprasad, P S (2006) Enviornmental Issues-A Prespective to Indian Scenario. In: National Conference on Enviornmental Pollution and its Control, 25th and 26th March 2006, Engineering College Kota.

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Abstract

nature and mankind are an inseparable part of life that includes land, water, air, space, energy, flora and fauna eeted,interrelated and interdependent. There are unlimited forms of life on earth. Man is one among the tingwith all others for survival. In the name of progress, th..ehuman race has changed from being hunternteredmodern man, a destroyer of nature, so much so that development in a sense has become synonymous degradationand progress with pollution. There is also a growing recognition that the indiscriminate usage ces has led to serious problems. The last 30 years have witnessed the steady growth of environmental globalscale. We now understand that many environmental problems are truly international in character and at that level. These problems are interrelated and include climate change, biodiversity maintenance, migratoryand endangered species, pollution, deforestation, and conservation of fisheries and marine ine these issues and look closely at the legal regimes that have been developed to address them. Class ale legal and policy perspectives and focus upon the difficulties of achieving satisfactory and workable EnvironmentDay, commemorated each year on 5 June, is one of the principal vehicles through which the ltimulatesworldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action. The World themeselectedfor 2006 is Deserts and Desertification and the slogan is Don't Desert Dry lands!. cootext,the present paper throws some light on the Environmental Issues, particularly pertaining to cootext,the present paper throws some light on the Environmental Issues, particularly pertaining to Indian on, Scarcityof Water, its pollution, degradation of land resources, depletion of energy sources, populatione Agriculture,Loss of Biodiversity, Waste Management, Disease and Health cost, are some of the things discussedin this paper to have a better and broader Environmental Outlook

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Engineering > MIT Manipal > Civil Engineering
Depositing User: MIT Library
Date Deposited: 01 Feb 2014 06:48
Last Modified: 01 Feb 2014 06:48
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/138603

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