• Environment Data
    mankind as a whole to have a clear understanding of environmental concerns and to follow sustainable development practices. India is rich in biodiversity which provides various resources for people. It is also basis for biotechnology. Only about 1.7 million living organisms have been diescribed and named...
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  • Overpopulati
    development and growth of population when carrying capacity is proportionally less than the number of inhabitants. However you name it, but overpopulation is definitely not a welcoming occurrence in demographical and economic terms. Overpopulation is excessive human population in an area to the point of...
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  • Environmental Science - Chapter 1 Notes - Environmental Problems, Their Causes, and Sustainability
    human use of the earth’s resources • Poverty affects environmental quality, from the poor depleting and degrading forests, grasslands, and wildlife • Exponential growth plays a key role in five important and interconnected environmental issues: population growth, resource use and waste, poverty, loss...
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  • Economy
    telecommunications, electricity generation, natural gas distribution and airports, with the aim of upgrading infrastructure. Mexico is located at the North America, south of United States, with a national capital of City and has an area of 756,066 sq. mi. and has a population of 93,985,848 with a currency of New...
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  • Bio Week 8 Checkpoint
    The human population has increased almost continually throughout history. The world’s current population is estimated to be at 312,476,397 people. By 2013, it is expected that we will hit seven billion, even though growth is slowing. The world’s population changes due to a number of factors including;...
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  • The India Monsoon
    Ocean gets hot as well; this makes water to evaporate and making the air humid. As this humid hot air reaches the Tibetan Plateau, the Orographic effect occurs creating condensation, and therefore storms and precipitation, this makes the wet season. On the other hand the opposite happens during dry...
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  • Sociology
    definition of environmental effect. 3. surrounding in which an organization operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their interrelation. Most economic activities involve transformation of resources from their original locations and natural forms to locations...
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  • Geography Vocab List
    This is an important concept in geography because it symbolizes how humans interact with their surroundings. Cultural landscape: Fashioning of a natural landscape by a cultural group. This is the essence of how humans interact with nature. Arithmetic density: The total number of people divided by...
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    BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, PITAMPURA, DELHI – 110034 CLASS – 9 SUBJECT – ECONOMICS TERM - I People as Resource  Economic Activities: The activities which result in the production of goods and services and value to the national income are called economic activities.  Disguised Unemployment:...
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  • Coca-Cola’s Water Neutrality Initiative
    villagers’ supply of water for drinking and irrigation. In addition, India charges the company for its products containing dangerous unacceptable pesticide residues level. Because all aspects of the production are dependent on this resource. From the company’s perspective, water is the key component of profitability...
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  • Role of Youth and Millenium Development Goals
    Kennedy According to the population survey taken in the year 1995 by the UN, youth (15-24 years of age) comprises 18% of the world population with 85% of them living in developing countries, with approximately 60% in Asia alone. And especially in India, 47% of population is below the age of 20. So...
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  • Effects of Population Growth on Environment
    Effects of Population Growth on Environment This is not the latest jackpot prize, but 6.5 billion is a very formidable number. It [It must refer to a specific word in the sentence or the reader can become confused.] is the population of the earth. The human population has been increasing at an accelerated...
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  • Economic Growth in Emerging Economies
    by the government. Thirdly, we will examine the case studies of the India and China Economies to demonstrate real life examples of the hindrances in their respective economic developments. The case studies will also show how India and China have previously overcome problems to achieve economic growth...
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  • China Going Global & Its Implications for India
    Term Paper On China Going Global & Its implications for India Submitted by: Group...
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  • Asian Elephant
    yet the Asian elephant is an endangered species. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF), a leading conservation organization estimates the Asian elephant population to be between “35,000 to 50,000” left in the wild. Asian Elephants are an endangered species because of poaching, habitat destruction, and elephant-human...
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  • Environment Studies
    Unit : 2 : Natural Resources Renewable and non-renewable resources : Natural resources and associated problems. (a) Forest resources : Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, case studies. Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. (b) Water resources : Use and over-utilization...
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  • Green Buildings
    Green Buildings Index 1) Introduction 1 2) Green Building Concepts 4 2.1) Materials 6 2.2) Lighting 8 2.3) Water Resources Management 12 2.4) Ventilation and Cooling 14 3)Elements of green building 16 4) Basic, no cost, green building strategies 21 5) Green...
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  • Ecurity Challanges in Ior
    Politics Essay 1. The Indian Ocean region (IOR) is swiftly transitioning from being a route of international maritime traffic to a key global nexus for resource, human, economic and environmental issues. Extra-regional nation-states like the US, the European Union member states and the major Asian nation-states...
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  • Social Forestry
    Social forestry programs in India have grown in importance and scale and now constitute a major element in India's overall programme of rural development. From modest beginnings over a decade ago, there has been an almost exponential growth in the human and financial resources devoted to social forestry...
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  • Environment
    Environment may be broadly understood to mean our surroundings. It can be divided into non-living and living components. The Environment provides resources which support life on the earth and which also help in the growth of a relationship of interchange between living organisms and the environment in ...
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