• Environmental Reporting in India
    environment degradation. Environmental accounting and reporting emerges as a tool to assess benefits of changing environment from business communities’ point of view and costs from society’s point of view. Today an increasing number of companies and other organization are engaging in environmental management...
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  • Implementation of Sustainable Developoment Through Precautionary Principle by Supreme Court of India
    law to make the project interesting. We would also like to thank our friends and all those who advised us how to deal with the topic, with few suggestions and always encouraged us during our first year project at NIRMA. 2. Proposed Title: Implementation of sustainable development through precautionary...
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  • Environment
    a Goudie 1 CHAPTER Environmental Science : 1 Definition, Scope and Importance 2 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE environment is the representative of physical components of the earth where in man is an important factor affecting the environment. (i) Definitions of Environment : Some important definitions...
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  • Environmental Economics
    ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS  Dealing with Environmental Degradation Anu Singh, Economist & Entrepreneur  Bangalore  1/1/2011 12:55:37 AM   The purpose of local economic development (LED) is to build up the economic capacity of a local area to improve its economic future and the quality of life for...
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  • Dimensions of Environmental Accounting & Reporting - an Empirical Study on Some Industries in Bangladesh
    made for the partial fulfillment of the “Basic Dimensions of Environmental Accounting & Reporting - An Empirical Study on Some Industries in Bangladesh”, with the specified time duration. I had to study on certain topics of “Environmental Accounting or Green Accounting and reporting”, of different organization...
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  • Economic Growth
    many countries including some industrialised countries while at the same time, economic production was expanding. In other words, high rates of economic growth did not automatically translate into improved human well-being (Amie Gaye, 2007). And during the same period, some countries were registering...
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  • Thesis
    DEVELOPING A BASELINE SURVEY FOR MONITORING BIOPHYSICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRENDS IN DESERTIFICATION, LAND DEGRADATION AND DROUGHT Consultancy report February 2009 A Draft Discussion Paper by Alan Grainger This consultancy report was prepared for the UNCCD secretariat to facilitate the discussion on...
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  • Environmental Security: Bangladesh
    Environmental Security: A case of Bangladesh [pic] Prepared by: Aysha Nusrat Jahan Roll: 002 PGDIR, FALL 2010 Table of Contents: Abstract While reading International Relations I got acquainted...
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  • Water Resources
    Bhopal We are working on supporting local communities in assessing and overcoming health risks from water contamination arising out of mining in some parts of India. Our experiences from Tikamgarh in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasamand in Rajasthan - and based on reports from other secondary sources- show...
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  • T172
    layout, and clarity of your answers. This will aid your tutor during marking, but more importantly it should help you to formulate a better answer. Some specific guidelines are: • Your answers should have a clear structure, with separate section headings where appropriate. • They should be written...
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  • Plasti as a Fuel
    causes a wide range of environmental and health problems. Emission include carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and greenhouse gases (GHGs), these compounds are major contributors to global warming and other hazardous environmental problems. Hydrocarbon...
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  • Carbon footprint of a plastic grocery bag
    just keep turning into smaller pieces, it does this because polyethylene is unable to do biodegradation it just keeps breaking down due to photo degradation that takes place due to the interaction with ultraviolet radiation from the sun. If we throw them there will be them forever but what else can we...
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  • Amit
    has fast emerged the world over as an important phenomenon during the last decade or so owing to increasing environmental problems such as acid rain, green house effect, land degradation and ozone layer depletion. Initially, most of the ecological pressures came from the nongovernmental organizations...
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  • Solutions to the Niger Delta Problems in Nigeria
    crisscrossed with creeks and dotted with small islands, while remainder is a lowland rainforest zone (UNDP, 2006:1). The deteriorating social and environmental conditions, poor infrastructural development, grossly inadequate facilities and the general malaise in the area, has the effect of pushing out...
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  • Hello
    consequence to our planet. Some people do recycle, not enough is being done. Plastic bag waste appears in a relatively high percentage in municipal solid waste. It also accounts for a sizable proportion of the litter stream. This has resulted in a number of adverse environmental impacts including choking...
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  • Best
    revolutionary program which has earned the reputation of eco-friendly hotels for the Kimpton. As part of the earth care programs the hotel uses all environmental friendly products like the ceramic cups and plates, towels, carpets and hangings all made of pure organic cottons. They promised social responsibility...
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  • Environmental Impact Assessment
    Introduction Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important management tool for ensuring optimal use of natural resources for sustainable development. A beginning in this direction was made in our country with the impact assessment of river valley projects in 1978-79 and the scope has subsequently...
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  • Public Interest Litigation in Environmental Matters in Malawi
    Introduction: 1.1 Background: The early 90s saw the Malawi Government embark on a legal reform process in environmental areas. This was part of an effort to arrest the environmental degradation process the country was facing.[1] Recently, the legislature passed the Environment Management Act( EMA)...
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  • Poverty and Environment: an Essay on the Poverty-Environment Linkages
    1.0 Background Poverty reduction and environmental conservation represent two of the main global challenges. The two targets constitute part of the eight Global Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Arising from the thinking that Environmental degradation and poverty reinforce each other since the...
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  • Curriculum on Sustainable Development and Peace
    growth. Around the 1980’s, this understanding started to change as this narrow approach to development generated many challenges including environmental degradation, depletion of natural resources, poverty, social disparities, social exclusions, social injustices and disempowerment. These challenges led...
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