Environment

FUTURE OF ENVIRONMENT AFTER COVID-19

  The world as we have always known has undergone a major change in the past few months thanks to the admission of the COVID-19 pandemic in our lives. People have been forced to stay indoors and stop their everyday economic activities to stay healthy and alive. It might not be wrong to say that the virus has shown us our strengths and weaknesses as individuals and as a country and has taught us lifelong …

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VIZAG TRAGEDY AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS

INTRODUCTION On May 7th , 2020, an industrial accident named Vizag gas leak tragedy took place in the Chemical plant of a Korean Company LG Polymers in the village of R.R Venkatapuram, located on the outskirts of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. According to media reports, due to the leakage of hazardous gas Styrene from the chemical factory, it led to the death of 12 persons and hospitalization of more than 100 persons. More than 1000 persons …

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WILDFIRE – An Analysis

INTRODUCTION Fire has been one of the most important constituents in the dynamics of the earth’s ecosystem, can be seen as the first anthropogenic tool that has affected ecosystem dynamics beyond the very local scale. Forests, on the other hand, are the natural renewable resources and one of the major terrestrial ecosystems, covering nearly 40 per cent of the world’s land. In the recent past, some terrifying incidents of forest fires caused menacing loss to …

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Situation of Major Rivers in India

INTRODUCTION In India, rivers are sacred and worshipped from Vedic period. Indian civilization and many old Indian cities were established on the bank of rivers. Rivers are one of the most important natural resources for the complete ecological system. Rivers in India can be divided into two major categories that are Himalayan Rivers and Peninsular Rivers. Himalayan Rivers and Peninsular Rivers The major river systems of Himalayan Rivers are Indus, Brahmaputra and Ganga River system. …

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ANALYSIS OF MALTHUSIAN CATASTROPHE

INTRODUCTION It is rightly believed that food production couldn’t keep step with increase. The strength of population is indefinitely greater than the power within the earth to supply livelihood of man. The result ultimately is going to be, ‘A Malthusian Catastrophe; starvation and an existential threat to the material of society, since the poor majority will suffer most and rebel. An observation was proposed that directly connects agricultural innovation and increase. Numerous improvements came within …

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