• Enviromental Issue of Coca Cola
    international corporations need to more concern about the problem of ecological pollution. The Coca Cola Company (“The company”), the world’s largest soft drink company, has done a lot thing to reduce the rate of pollution. However, there is also some adverse publicity surrounding the environmental issues...
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  • Consultant Company
    DESIGNERS AND SUPPLIERS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS  26 Years of experience in India and Bangladesh.  Provided services to the Royal Government of Bhutan  MOU with Ugandan company to provide services in Uganda.  Guided by US educated and experienced management.  Technical staff of over...
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  • pollution
     PHYSICS PROJECT MADE BY:- ABHISHEK SHARMA Class:- XII B Roll No:-16 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First of all, I am grateful to Almighty God for establishing me to Complete this Project. I would like to thank the members of my Family...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    Environmental Pollution         Air pollution - Courtesy Nasa    The environmental pollution affect the health of more than 100 million people worldwide. Pollution is the contaminant into a natural environment, usually by humans. The specific types of pollution are Land pollution, Air Pollution, Water pollution...
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  • environment
    plant conservation areas (MPCAs) 16-17 Medicinal Plant Conservation Parks (MPCP’S) 17 Community reserved in India 17-18 Establishment of Green Courts (Environment Court) 18-19 Conclusion ...
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  • Environmental
    ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN INDIA 1.1 ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION – FROM INDIAN CONSTITUTION PRESPECTIVE a) The State's responsibility with regard to environmental protection has been laid down under Article 48-A of our Constitution, which reads as follows: "The State shall endeavour...
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  • M.N.Murty
    CV of Professor M.N. Murty M.N. Murty Professor of Economics Institute of Economic Growth University Enclave Delhi 110 007, India Telephone: 7667365 7667101 Residence: 7667068 Fax: 91-11-7667410 E-mail:MNM@ieg.ernet.in MNMURTY@hotmail.com Employment Record Professor of Economics, Institute...
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  • The Environmental Problems in India
    The environmental problems in India are growing rapidly. The increasing economic development and a rapidly growing population that has taken the country from 300 million people in 1947 to more than one billion people today is putting a strain on the environment, infrastructure, and the country’s natural...
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  • Role of Non Govt Organisations
    J. Bunch, V. Madha Suresh and T. Vasantha Kumaran, eds., Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Environment and Health, Chennai, India, 15-17 December, 2003. Chennai: Department of Geography, University of Madras and Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. Pages 105 –...
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  • Chinese Water Scarcity
    Abstract In my opinion, China is threatened by the fresh water scarcity problem right now. According to this, I will try to design a best way which is suitable for China to solve this issue by comparing and contrasting different countries’ methods. I have collected some background information from...
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  • Environmental Policy and the Five- Year Plans
    ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND THE FIVE- YEAR PLANS In First Five- Year Plan (1951-56) high priority was given to public health, agriculture, industrialization, water supply, sanitation, housing etc., but environmental development was not allotted requisite place till the end of Third plan. It was in Fourth Five-...
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  • How to Dealt with Water Pollution
    How to deal with water pollution? Water pollution could be a dangerous ecological menace to beaches, groundwater, animal and human health. Environmental, human and animal factors may create an infinite array of variables that change the way in which a particular water pollution can be dealt with...
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  • Industrial Pollution
    part of the area popularly known as ‘Vegetable Basket of India’ a + Vadodora Enviro Channel Limited • Project for safe disposal of treated waste water developed by GIDC on behalf of participating industries. • Effluent Channel Project (ECP) with capacity of 1,30,000M3/day • Distance of 55km...
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  • judicial activism in environmental law
    JURISPRUDENCE I. INTRODUCTION Judiciary in India particularly, Supreme Court and high courts have played an important role in preserving the environment without halting the development of the country which means preservation of doctrine of sustainable development. India being a developing country with vast...
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  • Cetp- Solution or a Problem in Itself
    Common Effluent Treatment Plant A solution or a problem in itself TOXICS LINK November 2000 CETP- solution or a problem in itself 2 Project Team: Manjari Maheswari and Sunita Dubey Acknowledgements We would like to thank Ravi Agarwal, Nityanand Jayaraman, Pat Costner, Madhumita Dutta for...
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  • Urban Development
    2 INDIA INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT Water: Policy and Performance for Sustainable Development 2011 INDIA INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT 2011 OTHER IIR TITLES India Infrastructure Report 2001 Issues in Regulation and Market Structure India Infrastructure Report 2002 Governance Issues for Commercialization ...
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  • Legal Framework of Environment Protection in India
    Title of the chapter 23 2 The legal and regulatory framework for environmental protection in India Introduction Over the years, together with a spreading of environmental consciousness, there has been a change in the traditionally-held perception that there is a trade-off between environmental...
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  • dx sfdhb
    having population more than one lac, were taken up in the first phase of Ganga Action Plan. Accordingly in the State of Uttar Pradesh GAP (Phase-I) projects were taken up in six towns, namely Haridwar-Rishikesh, Farrukhabad-Fatehgarh, Kanpur, Allahabad, Mirzapur and Varanasi. The Haridwar-Rishikesh towns...
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  • essay
    PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION [Industrial Pollution Abatement through preventive strategies, Development and Promotion of Cleaner Technologies, Taj Protection Mission, Environmental Health, Noise Pollution, Air Pollution, Vehicular Pollution Control, Industrial Pollution Control, Common Effluent ...
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  • The Ganga Project
    The Ganga Project Introduction “Throwing her head in a swirl of ice spray, in pride and defiance creeping round lovingly some favoured rock to rush down joyously over the boulders hurling herself with a mighty shout over some great precipice…smiling and dancing in the morning sunlight and dark...
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