• Park Ranger
    conservation of wild life includes natural habitats, make them to reproduce and give rise to fertile offspring without human interference.. Forest conservation can be done by preventing fires, eradicates pest, resistant varieties of plants, reduces deforestation, increase afforestation, regeneration...
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  • A Review of the Forest Status in Bangladesh and the Potential for Forest Restoration for Wildlife Conservation
    in the country. At this moment, the Forest Department has prioritised the following actions: • large-scale afforestation in the country’s hilly, marginal & fallow land, newly accreted char-land and coastal areas; • reforestation in denuded and degraded forest areas; • propagation of various...
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  • afforestation
    Bangladesh’s National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA): an evaluation of the “Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change through Coastal Afforestation in Bangladesh” Project (coastal afforestation/NAPA project). Josephine Zappia Due to Bangladesh’s extreme vulnerability to...
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  • Environmental Degradation and Its Effect on Indian Economy
    project to generate awareness of the conflict between elitist development and sustainability of resource use. Meanwhile, the famous Chipko movement in the Himalayas has not only successfully resisted deforestation in several areas but shown that community afforestation with indigenous species can...
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  • Greehouse Gases Essay
    of fossil fuels leads to emission of, among others, carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and this account for over 80% of the Carbon dioxide emission (Alastair, 77). Parsons (25) notes that the gases produced are more stable that stay very long in the atmosphere. Deforestation is a human activity...
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  • Global Warming
    the course of their lifestyle to bring a substantial change in the situation. 1. Afforestation: Deforestation is the main root cause of global warming and is responsible for 25% of all carbon emissions. Because forests are the largest land-based mechanism for reducing carbon dioxide from the...
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  • global warming
    out by the activities of human beings. A study has shown that the main reason for Global Warming is the increase in the production of Carbon dioxide from Cement production, fossil fuel, and deforestation. A report in 2013 states that, human is the main cause of the Global warming which lead to the...
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  • Sulutions for Deforestation
    looked into very seriously and implemented zealously. Already, the effects of deforestation have started to manifest themselves in a big way. If major steps towards afforestation are not taken, then even the great adaptability of human beings may not be enough to cope up with the harsh climate of...
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  • Free Trade
    changes on forest biomes between 1990 and 2005, scheduled for completion in 2011. The results of the present assessment are encouraging in some respects. They show that the rate of deforestation, while still alarming in many countries, is slowing down at the global level, and that afforestation and...
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  • Global Warming
    activities, in particular the burning of fossil fuels( coal, oil and gas) and large-scale deforestation, which cause emissions to the atmosphere of large amount of 'greenhouse gases', of which the most important is carbon dioxide(Houghton J., 2005). It is a kind of phenomenon that shows climate...
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  • Goodwill
    high temperatures. This cycle would continue for the following years to come unless necessary steps are taken to prevent deforestation. Deforestation has caused fewer trees to grow. It has also gone a long way in eliminating valuable ecosystems in the planet. If major steps towards afforestation...
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  • Environment
    as carbon sinks. Deforestation also increases content of CO2 in the atmosphere, as plants are no longer available to fix CO2 via photosynthesis. Thus afforestation must be done. Carbon capture and storage, abbreviated CCS, is a way to mitigate climate change by capturing CO2from point sources such...
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  • Rich Soils of India
    of soil erosion are: * Steep slopes * Deforestation * Torrential rainfall * Strong winds * Over grazing * Unscientific methods of cultivation r. What are the different methods of soil conservation? (3) AFFORESTATION: Afforestation or planting of trees in deforested areas saves the soil...
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  • Csr of British American Tobacco Bangladesh
    Contribution to Environmental Management..............................................................18 5.4.1 Afforestation..............................................................................................19 5.4.2 Alternative to Wood Fuel...
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  • Sex Nd Pussy
    . Write a letter within 120 words to the editor of an English daily about the importance of afforestation (the planting of trees) (cause of rainfall −− prevention flood −− balances O2 and CO2 −− preservation of life on earth) Ans : Kolkata − 700008 18 February 2009 The Editor The Statesman Kolkata...
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  • How to Solve the Problem of Global Warming
    of their inaction. Accordingly, people must try to find some suitable ways to prevent this situation. Currently, the three most efficient solutions of this problem are a moratorium of deforestation, a universal carbon tax and international cooperation. Global warming is a tendency which there...
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  • grrr
    Afforestation - converting a bare or agricultural space by planting trees and plants; reforestation involves replanting trees on areas that have been cut or destroyed by fire.  Asbestos - a naturally occurring soft fibrous mineral commonly used in fireproofing materials and considered to be...
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  • english
    warming and climate change : To cut down on the use of fossils fuels and so reduced carbon emissions and atmospheric pollution To find alternative sources of energy and so reduced the need to burn fossil fuels To reduce the rate of deforestation and encourage afforestation. To do more by way of...
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  • Hannotes
    Warming/ greenhouse effect*** 2. The necessity of education** 3. Importance of learning English*** 4. Eve-teasing** 5. Significance of 21st February/ International mother language Day*** 6. Deforestation*** 7. Tree plantation/Afforestation** 8...
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  • Essays
    . In Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan, villagers have fought against mining by citing the Wildlife Protection Act. The famous Chipko Movement in the Himalayas has not only successfully resisted deforestation in several areas but has also shown that community afforestation with indigenous species can be...
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