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Priya Ranjan Trivedi; Aaradhana Salpekar and Kadambari Sharma

Published by Jnanada Prakashan, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8171390013 ISBN 13: 9788171390014

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About this Item: Jnanada Prakashan, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Introduction to Ecology and Environment 1. Concepts of ecology. 2. Community ecology. 3. Ecosystem ecology. 4. Major ecosystems of the world. 5. Geographical ecology. 6. Marine ecology and oceanographic environment. 7. Evolutionary ecology. 8. Political ecology. Vol. II Global Environmental Issues 1. Ozone depletion. 2. Global climate change an international perspective. 3. Sea level rise. 4. Antarctica environmental politics and resource development regimes. 5. Marine resources an international perspective on exclusive economic zone of India. 6. Environmental management of Offshore oil and gas development. 7. Sustainable development an international perspective. Vol. III Environmental Education 1. Environment education. 2. Environment management. 3. Indian rivers. 4. Himalaya. 5. Natural environment. 6. Pollution what where and why. 7. Mining and environment. Vol. IV Population and Community Ecology 1. Ecology of populations. 2. Social behaviour and population interactions. 3. World population growth. 4. The psycho social consequences of crowding. 5. Ecology and the future of man. Vol. V Natural Resources Conservation 1. Natural resources conservation and management. 2. Wildlife conservation in India. 3. Floral and faunal distribution in India. 4. Endangered species of India. 5. Ethnobotanical studies in India. 6. Bio resources. 7. Wildlife reserves and National Parks in India. 8. Concepts of energy. 9. Alternative sources of energy. 10. Biodiversity. Vol. VI Environmental Protection and Law 1. Environmental protection in India. 2. Air pollution. 3. Water pollution. 4. Noise pollution. 5. The Environment Protection Act 1986. 6. Air Pollution Act 1981. 7. Water Pollution Act 1974. 8. Air pollution its legal control. 9. The Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972. 10. The Wildlife (Protection) Amendment Act 1991. Vol. VII Environmental Impact Assessment 1. Environmental Impact Assessment. 2. Methods of impact analysis. 3. Air environment An EIA study. 4. Impact assessment of water environment. 5. Noise environment an EIA study. 6. Impact assessment of socio economic environment. 7. Impact assessment of cultural environment. 8. Biological environment an EIA study. 9. Public participation and environmental decision making. 10. EIA some case studies. Vol. VIII Pollution Monitoring and Control 1. Air pollution monitoring. 2. Air pollution control. 3. Ganga Action Plan. 4. Waste water treatment. 5. Water supply management. 6. Industrial pollution abatement some case studies. 7. Environmental audit. Vol. IX Research Methodology and Systems Analysis 1. Social and environmental research. 2. Methods data collection. 3. Analysis of water quality. 4. Systems approach to environmental problems. 5. Solid waste management. 6. Management and handling of hazardous substances. Vol. X State of India's Environment 1. Land management. 2. Forest and forest management. 3. Atmosphere. 4. Hydrosphere. 5. Dams. 6. Environment health. 7. Habitat. 8. People and environment. 9. Living resources. The primary goal of preparing these volumes is to present a balanced view of the diversity of issues that relate to the environment and to provide the fundamental information that will allow students to understand the complexities of those issues. The other goal for preparing these volumes is to focus on underlying principles and the exciting advances in understanding that have characterized the last decade of environmental science. This approach will help each student establish a base of general knowledge about environmental issues from which rational educated political choices and opinions can be fashioned independently. This set of encyclopaedia will be most useful not only for the students and researchers at Post Graduate as well as doctoral levels but also for the regulatory promotional planning and entrepreneurial bodies dealing with environmental protection and pollution control in cement leather sugar textile petro chemical pharmaceutical steel and. Seller Inventory # 55816

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Dr Priya Ranjan Trivedi (Ed.)

Published by Jnanada Prakashan (2008)

ISBN 10: 8171391702 ISBN 13: 9788171391707

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About this Item: Jnanada Prakashan, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The term ?Sustainable Development? was brought into common use by the World Commission on Environment & Development (the Brundtland Commission) in its 1987 report \"Our Common Future\". The idea of sustaining the earth has proved a powerful metaphor in raising public awareness and focusing on the need for better environmental stewardship. The Brundtland Commission?s definition of the term ?meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the needs of future generation??is strongly endorsed by this Report. We also believe, with the Brundtland Commission, that meeting the needs of the poor in this generation is an essential aspect of sustainably meeting the needs of subsequent generations. There is no difference between the goals of development policy and appropriate environmental protection. Both must be designed to improve welfare. Making the concept of sustainability precise, however, has proved difficult. It is not plausible to argue that all natural resources should be preserved. Successful development will inevitably involve some amount of land clearing, oil drilling, river damming, and swamp draining. Some have argued that natural capital should be preserved in some aggregate sense, with losses in one area replenished elsewhere. This approach has helpfully focused attention on the need to estimate the value of environmental resources and on the importance of protecting certain essential ecological systems. It is in this context that World Encyclopaedia of Environmental Sustainability has been brought out by The Global Open University, Nagaland with a view to catering to the growing needs of the efforts towards a sustainable society and a sustainable world. Different Volumes of World Encyclopaedia deals with global sustainable development, biodiversity conservation and management, global energy policies and resources, green movements, green and eco philosophy, environmental policies and perspectives, environmental disasters, island development, fragile ecosystems, wildlife protection, wilderness planning and management, marine pollution control etc. The World Encyclopaedia of Environmental Sustainability is being presented to meet the demands of the readers trying to research on environment, development and sustainability issues. This Encyclopaedia will be of great help for the students of M.Sc./M.Phil/Ph.D in Sustainable Development besides the Policy Makers of Public and Private Sector Units. CONTENTS: Vol. 1: GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Vol. 2: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT Vol. 3: GLOBAL ENERGY POLICIES AND RESOURCES Vol. 4: GREEN MOVEMENTS Vol. 5: GREEN AND ECO-PHILOSOPHY Vol. 6: ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND PERSPECTIVES Vol. 7: ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTERS Vol. 8: ISLAND DEVELOPMENT AND BIODIVERSITY Vol. 9: FRAGILE ECOSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT Vol. 10: FOREST AND WILDLIFE PROTECTION Vol. 11: WILDERNESS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Vol. 12: MARINE POLLUTION CONTROL Printed Pages: 5518. Seller Inventory # 59929

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