• Energy Crisi in Pakistan
    Introduction  2. Pakistan’s Energy Sector  2.1 Energy Supply 2.2 Energy Consumption 3. Sources of Energy in Pakistan  3.1 Non-renewable resources (Fossil fuels) a). Petroleum products b). Natural Gas  c). Coal 3.2 Renewable Resources  a). Hydro power o Current Hydropower stations o Potential Hydropower...
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  • My Seminar
    biotechnologies of gene transfer, in-vitro production, cloning and sexing of embryos have been developed and are being refined with efficiencies suitable for use in animal agriculture. Global climate change causes unpredictable wet seasons and prolonged dry seasons, as plant and animal are  prone to losses due...
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  • Science Sylaabus for Class 10th
    definitions in terms of furnishing of H+ and OH- ions, General properties, examples and uses, concept of pH scale(Definition relating to logarithm not required), importance of pH in everyday life; preparation and uses of sodium hydroxide, Bleaching powder, Baking soda, washing soda and Plaster of Paris...
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    road is no longer green. All the trees and shrubs have been cut. There is a heavy pall of smoke over it. We propose restricted vehicular movement. Use of anti-pollution device be made compulsory on all vehicles. Planting and nurturing of plants and shrubs. The River has become a dumping ground of...
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  • Resource and Development
    Biotic Abiotic Renewable Non-renewable Individual Community National International Example Flora and fauna Minerals, Soil, Forest, Water, Wind Fossil Fuel, Metals Private land, orchard Village Pond, Park River, Mines, International Ocean Territory starts after 200 km of national boundary Stage of...
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  • global warming
    global warming. The panel meets every few years to review the latest research and to publish their summaries for the general public and for targeted use in negotiations. According to the National Research Council (2010), the average surface temperature has increased by 0.8°C over the past 100 years with...
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    metal like iron and alluminium are used in making these. They do not move on their own. They are driven by an engine which needs energy to work.” We use different things in our daily life made from metal. Can you list a number of items used in your house made of metals. Where do these metals come from...
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  • Natural Envronment- Tyre Industry
    has however led to the degradation of our environment. Environmental concerns The basic goal of environment conservation is management of the human use of natural resources so that the yield high sustainable benefits to the present generation , while maintaining their potential to meet the needs of future...
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  • Project
    1.1 INTRODUCTION Shell Charcoal is an important product obtained from coconut shell. Shell charcoal is used widely as domestic and industrial fuel. It is also used by blacksmiths and goldsmiths and in laundries. Shell Charcoal is also used to produce activated carbon. Activated Carbon produced...
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  • The Ganga Project
    pattern of water discharge, variations in sediment load, non judicious-irrational fishing, increased water abstraction, river course modifications, population growth, deforestation, agricultural activities, urbanization, fertilizer and fossil fuel consumption etc.. Construction activities such as dams and...
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  • Acilities Management: Paths of Malaysia to Achieve Energy Sustainability
    energy: exploring alternative energy resources, embracing energy policies, implementing energy management and improving energy awareness and energy-use behavior. This paper endeavors to be a catalyst to alert the nation as well as the world on how the professional of facilities management can contribute...
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  • MID concept
    context of SIDS (Small Island Developing States). While the initial thrust was to minimize our dependency on fossil fuels through increased utilization of renewable energy and a more efficient use of energy in general, the concept soon widened to include all aspects of the economic model, society and the...
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  • The Devastating Effects of Environmental Degradation
    of the environmental degradation on the health and socio-economic well-being of the people of the Niger Delta. 1/14 TS 1D – Environment and Land Use Planning Angela K. Etuonovbe The Devastating Effects of Environmental Degradation - A Case Study of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria FIG Working Week...
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  • Carbon Trading
    non-governmental organisations. Website: www.thecornerhouse.org.uk Contents Editorial note Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Introduction – A new fossil fuel crisis ‘Made in the USA’ – A short history of carbon trading Lessons unlearned – Pollution trading’s failures Property rights and privatisation Emissions...
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  • About Kaakbay Partylist
    choice but to face the music. We also express joy in the advances we made in prosecuting the corrupt. Justice Secretary Leila De Lima’s swift, yet judicious, handling of the plunder charge against Ms. Arroyo and the criminal case we filed against the Sandiganbayan Justices who approved the lopsided Garcia...
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  • Pinninfarina
    costs, Bench marking, Energy performance, Matching energy use to requirement, Maximizing system efficiencies, Optimizing the input energy requirements, Fuel and energy substitution, Energy audit instruments "The judicious and effective use of energy to maximize profits (minimize costs) and enhance...
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  • Food Crisis
    diet gets diversified away from the direct consumption of foodgrains towards animal products like chicken and meat. But since these products themselves use grains intensively as feed, the direct and indirect consumption of foodgrains per capita (including also as processed food) increases with per capita...
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  • The Rising Trend of Marketing Green
    because consumers are often willing to pay more for products that protect the natural environment by conserving energy or resources and reducing the use of toxic agents, pollution and waste. The vast diversity and availability of green products and services from major manufacturers is a clear sign that...
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  • Essay
    biggest supplier to the air pollution. This can be seen as many people now days drive and ride their vehicles to travel around. The vehicles need to burn fuel in order to get the engine running and it will emesis gasoline gas into the atmosphere. Besides, deforestation also does lead to the effect of carbon...
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  • Krati
    spread need of power generation has created the need for a cheap and readily available commercial fuel for generating electricity at low cost. Coal was the first to be selected in India as a commercial fuel in early thermal power stations and is still king of the power market. Central Electricity Authority...
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