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    pertaining to environment. b) To make the students understand the technologies for abatement of water and air pollution c) To give an exposure to the students about the pollution control techniques adopted in the process industries d) To make the students understand the steps involved in Environment...
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  • Lpollution Free
    Living in a pollution-free world is a basic human right Pollution means contamination and there are many different types of pollution such as environmental pollution and noise pollution. Environmental pollution is the biggest challenge facing humanity as pollution of the air and sea directly affects...
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  • Role of Non Govt Organisations
    Chitra, A. “Role of Ngo’s In Protecting Environment And Health” in Martin 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...
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  • Ethic
    were the principal tools for controlling pollution. Usually, however, no single individual was sufficiently harmed by pollution to be motivated to bring suit against a polluter. Both the states and the Federal government were ineffective in controlling pollution. As a response to this state of affairs...
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  • acoount
    collected by the local Council Tax (The Mayor, 2008). 1.1. REVIEW OF THE POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF GLA AND THE MAYOR The Mayor has duties or role in art, music, literature and travel, trade and industry growth, capital creation, public growth and development of the environment. Before making decisions...
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  • Pressing Problem
    everyone has their own pressing problems to worry about it. Pressing problem that we needed to face was such as, accident, house breaking, unemployment, pollution, financial and vandalism. We should overcome the pressing problem before the problem became more serious and make people more panic about those pressing...
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  • Bus309
    Less-Developed Countries. Journal Of Business Ethics, 106(3), 267-282. doi:10.1007/s10551-011-0994-7 Bock, T., & Kenhove, P. (2010). Consumer Ethics: The Role of Self-Regulatory Focus. Journal Of Business Ethics, 97(2), 241-255. doi:10.1007/s10551-010-0507-0 Brenkert, G. G. (2010). The Limits and Prospects...
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  • The Role of Transportation in the Development of Tourism
    Deadline for Submission 11th Feb 2010 Student Name: Armita Sahebkar Yazdi Student number: M00250307 Programme of study: The Business of Tourism Lulu Baddar The Role of Transportation in the Development of Tourism In this essay, I will evaluate the role of transportation in the development of...
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  • Engineer as Society
    being badly hit by engineering, technological and scientific practices such as over fertilizing the land, harvesting old grown forests, avoiding pollution controls and so on. Human beings both live within and depend on the environment for their survival. “Environment” mainly consists of two main parts; namely...
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  • The Understanding of Environmental Citizenship Among Malaysian Youths: a Study on Perception and Participation
    effect. Among the environmental concerns include carbon dioxide emissions by transportation, deforestation, open burning, excessive waste, river pollution and etc. These issues have raised the global need for environmental citizenship. It is a form of citizenship that prioritizes and emphasizes the importance...
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  • Projec
    1633 Student Name Mr. Abhishek Subbaiah Mr. Aditya Kumar Ms. Akanksha Sharma Mr. Akshay Sharma Ms. Akshaya R Mr. Amlan Mohanty Ms. Anjali Anchayil Ms. Anupama Kumar Mr. Aruj Garg Mr. Arun B Mattamana Ms. Ashwini O. Ms. Ashwita Ambast Mr. Badrinarayanan S. Project Topics COMMAND AND CONTROL MODEL...
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  • Pressing Problems
    mean the problems that calling an immediate attention to solve. The pressing problems that faced by Malaysia is accident, vandalism, unemployment, pollution and education. Now we can see that the pressing problems that our country facing is more and more serious. Therefore, I feel that we should actively...
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  • Malaysia
    countries. pollution of atmosphere, which is clogged with pollutants and other substances from forest fires. The haze is a direct effect of forest fire in Kalimantan and other parts of Indonesia due to slash and burn method of farming. The Indonesian authorities appear to have no power to control farmers...
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  • the end
     Lungs Smoking and air pollution exposure and lung cancer mortality in Zhaoyuan County Lung cancer has increased from 5.47 to 30.83 per 100,000 during 1973-1975 for the Chinese population. It is now the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in China. In men, the lung cancer rate has increased...
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  • Social Problem
    persons constitutes a troublesome situation that needs to be changed or improved.Social problems are like time bomb , when it explode, it will be out of control. Social problems let us live in a pressured situation. Today’s society there are too many examples of social problems, I took a few more popular examples...
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  • Population Explosion
    knowledge about the causes and consequences of overpopulation, lesson plans, teacher resources, student reading list, a list of speak-ers and a bibliography. Although this unit is intended primarily for students in grades 5-8, teachers in both elementary and high school can use this unit to explore key ideas...
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  • Noise Pollution on Students
    schools and the increase of average classroom sizes, many students suffer from noise pollutants that can be found inside and nearby from their schools. Larger classrooms inherently breed more noisy atmospheres, and the issue of noise pollution can negatively impact a student’s academic experience...
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  • Dffffffff
    ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR SEM. 1 & 2 of JNTU-K Introduction The major challenge of a language teaching in a technical institution is to prepare the student for employability through imparting language skills to develop communicative competence. The proficiency in English language is closely linked to ‘good...
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    SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION I. OBJECTIVES: At the end of this module, the students are expected to: 1. understand and verbalize the concepts and principles of environmental protection; 2. value the importance of environmental protection...
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  • Haze
    The haze is a constant phenomenon faced by Malaysia and her neighbouring countries. The haze is basically pollution of atmosphere, which is clogged with pollutants and other substances from forest fires. The haze is a direct effect of forest fire in Kalimantan and other parts oaf Indonesia...
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