Ppt on conservation of land resources in india

MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1900 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

Bandits on roads, beggars everywhere Lack of innovation, reform or insight Lack of innovation, reform or insight CHINA UNDER PRESSURE The Taiping rebellion The Taiping rebellion Internal turmoil in China in the later nineteenth century Internal turmoil in China in the later nineteenth century Population grew by 50 percent; land and food more slowly; poverty strained resources Population grew by 50 percent; land and food more slowly; poverty strained/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AIR POLLUTION. Air Pollution  Air –Necessary for Existence –Colorless, odorless mixture of gases –Quality of air varies in different.

land and the sea. These winds blow from the opposite directions in the different seasons.  They blow into India from the surrounding oceans during the summer season and blow out from the subcontinent to the oceans during the winter.  The monsoon in India is usually reasonably stable but varies geographically. In some years the commencement of/ some components of the waste that may have some economic value. Recycling has readily visible benefits such as conservation of resources reduction in energy used /


Mr. Joystu Dutta and Dr. Pramod Kumar Ecology and Environment Division

in the schedule to be declared as a Conservation Reserve. Since then, villagers of Tantwala and nearby tribal communities are playing a crucial role in Conservation of Swamp deer (flagship species) of the area. z Swamp Deer : Interesting Facts The Barasingha or Swamp Deer (Cervus duvauceli duvauceli) is one of the most vulnerable species of deer, native to India/ also protecting sensitive natural resources. Land use conflicts are common, and in India’s wetland-rich landscape some of the most difficult cases /


WTO Symposium on Trade and Sustainable Development

and navigation The poor generally settle on the most fragile land with meager and/or highly variable water resources Average income levels & irrigation intensity in India Irrigation has been successful in lifting many rural poor out of poverty…trick is to do it in a sustainable manner Average income levels & irrigation intensity in India Managing Water Sustainably: the Dublin Principles in operation The “ecological” principle: Strategies should be holistic (including/


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon.

Maoris suffered from entry of whites, but learned use of laws to gain balance of power, rights over land and resources similar results in Hawaii. Decline of Qing China Opium war Opium used to end trade deficit between China and Great Britain First Opium War Treaty of Nanking - 5 ports open, Hong Kong Taiping Rebellion Civil War in China Many died Dowager Empress Cixi Conservative, Oppressive, leader of Qing China Controlled/


Sanjay Upadhyay Advocate Supreme Court of India Managing Partner Enviro Legal Defence Firm June 2013.

access to BD needs to be explored to ensure benefits to local communities  The link between Critical Wildlife Habitat and Community Forest Resource-sphere of influence is still not clear in practice  The link between Critical Tiger Habitat and Conservation Reserves- including land use regulation. Link to Buffer areas.  The FRA has mandated that FCA exempted on certain diversions especially for basic amenities! ◦ The seventy/


Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources

technologies also have reduced the production and increased the losses. The theft of power i.e. illegal use of the electricity also have increased the cost of production. Over Irrigation, over use of the underground water are the basic causes of over use of electricity. Conservation of Energy Resources Effect of shortage of energy in India Due to short supply of electricity for the last few years, the industrial as well as agricultural production/


AP World Review.

Maoris suffered from entry of whites, but learned use of laws to gain balance of power, rights over land and resources similar results in Hawaii. Decline of Qing China Opium war Opium used to end trade deficit between China and Great Britain First Opium War Treaty of Nanking - 5 ports open, Hong Kong Taiping Rebellion Civil War in China Many died Dowager Empress Cixi Conservative, Oppressive, leader of Qing China Controlled/


Natural resources Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production or consumption. Such.

the forest department work in co-ordination to protect and conserve forest resource. In the guideline issued in 2000 by MOEF, at least 25% of income from the area must go to the community . Until 2002, there were 63,618 JFM committees managing over 140,953sq km of forest in 27 state in India. Social forestry: It includes Creation of woodlots in the village common land, government waste land and panchayat land (estimated at least/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

day of waste One hospital bed generates between 16 and 23 lbs/day of waste Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical /The Alliance for Responsible CFC Policy The Oregon Lands Coalition The Oregon Lands Coalition National Wilderness Institute National Wilderness Institute The Environmental Conservation Organization The Environmental Conservation Organization The Foundation for Clean Air Progress The/


Geography of International Trade Jinan University Department of International Economics and Trade Students of Year 2001 Autumn, 2004.

resource limitations will worsen with population growth. Through innovation or intensification, humans can respond to increased numbers of population. The Green Revolution - Solution to Overpopulation? The Problem Population growth is more rapid than the increase in food production. (e.g.…) In India, by 2000, the population reaches 1 billion people; And food production will need to increase by 40% to match demand. But much of India’s land/


National Mission For Sustainable Agriculture Strategies for Meeting the Challenges of Climate Change Department of Agriculture and Cooperation Ministry.

&F)  Soil and Land Use Survey of India (SLUSI) 16 NMSA – Restructured Subsumed Schemes  To make agriculture productive, sustainable, remunerative and climate resilient;  To adopt comprehensive soil health management practices based on soil fertility status;  To optimize utilization of water resources through efficient water management;  To conserve on-farm resources through appropriate resource conservation technologies;  To develop capacity of farmers & stakeholders in the domain of climate change/


Presented at GECAFS Conference in Katmandu, Nepal Land use and water Resources June 29-30, 2006 June 29-30, 2006 By Dr. Pervaiz Amir.

Shahid 2004 Sum up land Use and Water Change in water availability is evident – impacts of variability or climate change – persistent drought is a phenomena of severity of extremes Increasing trend in Water Demand – competing water users – people, agriculture, nature Physical limitations with the surface water resources Groundwater Resource Limitations -Quantity and Quality – exploiting the marginal quality zone Meeting the Water Stress Challenge in Agriculture Water conservation (raised bed furrow/


NATURAL RESOURCES AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEM & ENERGY STUDIES DEHRADUN.

coastal waters of India. In addition the offshore oil installations have added another stress on the ocean environment. The task of harnessing the potential of ocean resources for the development purposes is of great importance.. We should pay attention to the development of necessary resources of ocean when our land resources are in short supply. Now much awareness is needed by the national government and international agencies including United nations about conservation of ocean’s/


CHAPTER 3 NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the source which are useful to man or it can be transformed into a useful product. 1.

DESERTIFICATION Progressive destruction or degradation of arid or semiarid lands to desert. Harmful effect of desertification  Around 80% of the productive land in the arid and semi- regions are converted into desert.  Around 600 million people are threatened by desertification. Causes of Desertification I.Deforestation II.Over grazing III.Water management IV.Mining and Quarrying V.Climate change 65 Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources Conservation of energy 1. Switch off/


Biodiversity and its conservation Biodiversity Bio = life Diversity = Variety The term biodiversity was first coined by Walter G. Rosen in 1986. Biodiversity.

life habitat and also due to fragmentation of natural habitat. Endangered species of India: The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) publishes the Red Data Book which include list of endangered species of plants and animals. In India, nearly 450 plant species have been identified in the category of endangered, threatened or rare. Existence of about 150 mammals and 150 species of birds is estimated to be Threatened while an/


THE ANATOMY OF 19 TH AND 20 TH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS THE VARIOUS TYPES OF MODERN REVOLUTIONS.

of Continental Congress in Philadelphia and Battles of Lexington and Concord (1775) New Englanders especially merchants and citizens around Boston are “radicals” Most of mid-Atlantic states and citizens are moderates/conciliatory. British colonial bureaucracy and landed aristocracy in the South are conservatives/ Traditional social elements in control Traditional social elements in control No significant redistribution of resources No significant redistribution of resources Military influences government /


BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION. DEFINITION Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variation of taxonomic life forms within a given ecosystem,

12 million dollars of revenue annually. Option Values → Values include the potential of biodiversity that are presently unknown and need to be explored. → Option value is the value of knowing that there are biological resources on this biosphere/ and 120 botanical gardens in India covering 4% of geographic area. The Biosphere Reserves conserve some representative ecosystems as a whole for long term in situ conservation. In India we have Nanda Devi, Nokrek Manas, Sunderbans, Gulf of Mannar, Nilgiri, Great /


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon. Who takes the test s 21,000+ students took the test in 2002. s This was the most popular first-year exam in the.

, but learned use of laws to gain balance of power, rights over land and resources s similar results in Hawaii. Decline of Qing China s Opium war –Opium used to end trade deficit between China and Great Britain –First Opium War Treaty of Nanking - 5 ports open, Hong Kong s Taiping Rebellion –Civil War in China –Many died s Dowager Empress Cixi –Conservative, Oppressive, leader of Qing China –Controlled Nephew/


1 Problems of implementing soil conservation practices and policies.

parties pay lip service to the ideal of good husbandry and the conservation of natural resources but in practice soil conservation does not win votes 4 (b) State land and state forest Many developing countries have a historical legacy of land reserved for the use of some agency of power Many developing countries have a historical legacy of land reserved for the use of some agency of power In territories previously under British colonial rule all/


Biodiversity & Its Conservation By Vaibhavi Apte.

information to make a direct, or indirect, assessment of its risk of extinction based on its distribution and/or population status. Endangered species of India According to the Red Data Book of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), there are 47 critically endangered species in India (As of 5 Sept 2011) The number of endangered species in India accounts for around 8.86 % of the world`s mammals. The mammals are extended over/


Revolution, Nationalism and Years of Crisis Pre-AP Unit #13 Chapters 30 and 31.

to one’s position. The Indian National Congress (INC), founded in 1885, sought reforms in Britain’s government of India. Reforms, however, were no longer enough. Under its new /in the 1920s and 1930s. Fascism – An ultra-conservative political movement emphasizing nationalism and racial superiority which swept European countries in the 1920s and 1930s. Italian totalitarianism was in many ways a direct result of the war and the peace treaties. Although Italy was on the winning side, it did not get the land/


INTRODUCTION SEMINAR SESSION – 7 CREATING AWARENESS FOR WATER CONSERVATION IN YOUNGER GENERATIONS OF INDIA : A CRITIQUE DR. AVDHESH PRATAP WATER LAW &

for use. CONCLUDING REMARKS There is no express provision in the Constitution of India to counter the problems of water conservation except Art 51-A (g) of the Constitution inserted by 42 nd amendment in 1976, it facilitates a fundamental duty to citizen of India for environment sustenance and conservation of natural resources. Specific law has not been drafted till date to promote water conservations, rain water harvesting/ artificial recharge techniques. There is/


Ali Reja Osmani Faculty, Karimganj Law College Karimganj, Assam, India.

COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT India and Bangladesh expressed their desire in promoting trans-border cooperation in the management of shared water resources, hydropower potentials and eco-systems. # 2012, first Indo-Bangla Joint Sub-Group meeting, India handed over a/ forest land harbours several endangered species of flora and fauna. The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Manipur has observed in his report that ‘‘no compensatory measure would help in mitigating the adverse impact caused by loss of such /


GEOG 415 Case Study: India Ownership and its implications to Land Use and Forest Conservation.

their lands and resources, protect the rights of groups within indigenous communities, such as women and chidren and live according to their cultures and traditions. Cooperation between the United Nations and indigenous peoples in development requires respect for these socio-cultural and economic factors. ----- (UNDG Guidelines on Indigenous Peoples Issues, 2008, Pp. 14) It is REDD Plus in India In its submission to UNFCCC in August 2009, India has/


AP World Review. What do the questions look like s The questions fall into 6 basic categories, which are as follows: s Identification (35-40% of the test)

, but learned use of laws to gain balance of power, rights over land and resources s similar results in Hawaii. Decline of Qing China s Opium war –Opium used to end trade deficit between China and Great Britain –First Opium War Treaty of Nanking - 5 ports open, Hong Kong s Taiping Rebellion –Civil War in China –Many died s Dowager Empress Cixi –Conservative, Oppressive, leader of Qing China –Controlled Nephew/


Karina Schoengold and David Zilberman

cost their pumping imposes on the inventory. Water and energy subsidies in India and other countries lead to depletion of ground water aquifers. Overuse of Ground water Resources India increased pumping by 300% between 1951 and 1986. Tube well use in India increased by more than 100-fold between 1960 and 1985. As much as 8 percent of food crops grow on farms that use ground water faster than/


Back up Of hw Topic No3 J.H.Patel August September 2012.

disposal of hazardous waste. The most common problems associated with the disposal of hazardous waste, in addition to public opposition, are groundwater pollution from lagoons, landfills, dumps, sludge disposal, other land disposal systems, spills, and unauthorized dumping. Resource, Conservation and /under the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Environment and Forests number S.O. 553(E), dated 21 st May, 2002 in the Gazette of India, Part-II, Section 3, Sub-section (ii) of the same /


DRINKING WATER, BIODIVERSITY and DEVELOPMENT

of Madhya Pradesh, India: widespread soil erosion, overgrazing and inappropriate land use resulted in barren landscapes and seasonal migration of men in search of employment. Multiple interventions aimed to rejuvenate natural resources and improve the social and economic well-being of the population. The project promoted an integrated approach, based on community needs. Activities included: ▪ Protected afforestation on community land; ▪ Soil and water conservation; ▪ Water harvesting; ▪ Distribution of/


A Chronological/Thematic Review of US History

’s resources Dutch East India Company supplied colonists with much-needed slave labor Dutch West India Company established the colony of New /quality and land resources for farming/ranching Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)- improve/preserve confidence in banks; protect supply of money (insurance/conservation of resources and awareness of the destruction that overuse of energy was causing to the environment. This was a time period of intellectual progress as well, creating a smaller world in/


Biodiversity 4 unit.

which if not protected are likely to become extinct in near future The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources(IUCN) publishes the Red Data Book which includes the list of endangered species of plants and animals In India nearly 450 plant species , 150 mammals and 150 species of birds have been listed as endangered species Few endangered species of India Reptiles :Green sea turtle, Tortoise, Python Birds: Peacock/


State Urban Housing & Habitat Policy-2013

commensurate with infrastructure development to optimize use of scarce land and conserve prime agriculture land Mobilize Gram Samaj, Nazul, Urban Ceiling surplus & other such lands for Land Bank of DAs & UPHB especially for housing the urban poor & provision of public amenities Resumption of GS land falling within private sector schemes in favour of Authority & allotment to developers on lease Removal of encroachments from Govt. Agency/public lands Modernization of land records by adopting GIS based system/


Challenges & Achievements of 21st Century

because so many depend on natural resources for their food, shelter and income. More than 56% of people in India work in agriculture, while many others earn their living in coastal areas. For majority of these peoples for whom climate change will mean hunger, food insecurity, and destruction of livelihoods What can I do to help fight global warming? Make conserving energy a part of your daily routine. DRIVE SMARTER/


Poverty Alleviation and Forest Conservation- A Case Study

Development of forest resources and improvement in forest conditions can be an important vehicle for poverty reduction. Link between Forest and Poverty People dependent on forest for their livelihood : Around 350-400 million No. of villages located in and around forest : 1.73 Lakhs About 40% of poor people of India live in forest fringe villages. Strong correlation between the tribal concentrated areas, forest and poverty. How to Link Conservation/


TODAY WE ARE GOING TO DO A PROJECT ON THE FOREST AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES. SO LISTEN WELL WHILE WE ARE SPEAKING. NO SHOUTING, NO GOSSIPING, JUST MAINTAIN.

we cannot survive. Plants create the quality of air we breathe in. India is one of the world’s richest countries in the terms of its vast range of biological diversity and has nearly 8 per cent of the total number of species in the world (estimated to be 1.6 millions) FOREST WILDLIFE CLASSIFICATIONS BASED ON THE INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE AND NATIONAL RESOURCES (IUCN) NORMAL SPECIES- Species whose population/


Totality of genes, species and ecosystems of a region. Genetic diversity- variation of genes within species. Definition.

. GroupNo. of speciesNo. of species (SW)SI/SW(%) in India (SI)in the World /in and around plantations – Ensure long term conservation of select wetlands in the State – Prevent conversion of wetlands into any other land use and maintain their extent and ecological status. – Sustainable utilization of wetland resources for the benefit of local community. – Establish environmental flows in each river basin – Institute a legal and administrative framework for conservation and sustainable use of wetland resources/


IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. May 2008 A Presentation By Madhya Pradesh – Destination Unveiled Possibilities of development of tourism.

: 66 years Minimum Investment for Restoration : Rs 15 Cr Rajinder Kothi Redevelopment of Rajinder Kothi at Patiala in Punjab as Heritage Hotel Restoration and Conservation of the Property Reuse of Property as Heritage Hotel Lease Period : 30 years Nimrana Hotels Pvt Limited selected as concessionaire through competitive bidding Agartala Budget Hotel: Milestones Land Allotment from GoT Roots Corporation Limited set up “Ginger” Hotel. Project Started Commercial/


BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION BY MRS.G.K.VINAYAGAM.

on nature for food and shelter, but when ‘need’ turns to ‘greed’, it leads to over-exploitation of natural resources. Many species extinctions in the last 500 years (Steller’s sea cow, passenger pigeon) were due to overexploitation by humans.  /than 2 percent of the earth’s land area, the number of species they collectively harbour is extremely high and strict protection of these hotspots could reduce the ongoing mass extinctions by almost 30 per cent. EX SITU CONSERVATION In India, ecologically unique/


Environmental Management. CHAPTER – 1 Definition of Environment and Management.

urbanization, deforestation and the resultant soil erosion and flawed water management. The available water is also polluted in some way or the other. Surface water resources mainly include rivers, springs, lakes and ponds. The problem of water resources in India is increasing day by day. The major sources of water pollution in the country are: Domestic effluents, Sewage, Industrial effluents, Agricultural effluents, Thermal pollution, Oil pollution and, Pollution/


(A Govt. of India Undertaking - Ministry of Water Resources) Established in June, 1969 International Consultants in Water Resources, Power and Infrastructure.

fodder, fuel, timber and horticulture species  Land Development including soil and moisture conservation  Field bunds  Contour and graded bunds fortified with plantations  Bench terracing in hilly terrain Bench TerracingGraded bundsPasture Development  Collection/in June 1969 under the aegis of Ministry of Water Resources, GOI under Companies Act, 1956 To share India’s experience and expertise in Water Resources, Power and Infrastructure Development  Provide opportunities for use of Indian Expertise in/


Water Resources Chapter 13. What would you do  Exercise in the future of the Middle east  Many analysts list the 3 most serious environmental problems.

Irreplaceable Resource That We Are Managing Poorly (2)  Access to water is A global health issue An economic issue A women’s and children’s issue A national and global security issue Girl Carrying Well Water over Dried Out Earth during a Severe Drought in India Most of the Earth’s Freshwater Is Not Available to Us  Hydrologic cycle Movement of water in the seas, land, and/


Risk Analysis of Contaminated Sites: Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment F. Quercia, ANPA Workshop ICS/UNIDO - Fundacion Mamonal Environmental.

, ANPA Workshop ICS/UNIDO - Fundacion Mamonal Environmental Pollution and Applicability of Remediation Technologies in Latin-American Countries Cartegena des India, 4-7 Dec., 2000 Cartagen des India, 4-7.12.20003 Land use oriented and risk-based soil management Cartagen des India, 4-7.12.20004 Definitions Risk assessment is an objective, scientific evaluation of the likelihood of unacceptable impacts to human health and the environment Risk is/


Management of Natural Resources through Co-Operative Action: A Case Study of Village Development Society in Gujarat, India Nimisha Shukla Paper presented.

poor and the conservation of the environment? What are roles of community and other institutions some of which have strong historical antecedents in conserving and managing the natural resources? IIntroduction Cooperation and collective action has been one of the major strategies in conserving and managing land, water and community and common property resources including forests. The base was so strong and traditions were so well grounded that in the post independence India cooperative effort/


General Body Meeting Feb 3 rd,2007 Association for India’s Development - Philadelphia.

resources in the last few decades Need for conserving and protecting forests and natural resources is clear How are forests and natural resources intertwined with the livelihoods of people? How is the issue of forest conservation linked with the issue of protecting the rights of tribal people to forest produce? What are the current and proposed laws governing these issues? When the governments try to hand over "degraded" forest lands/ is valuable in bringing about social change in India, please contribute/


Combating Climate Change : India’s Concerns and Policies Dr. Arvind Jasrotia Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Jammu INDIA Dr. Arvind.

conserve biodiversity, forest cover, and other ecological values in the Himalayan region, where glaciers that are a major source of India’s water supply, are projected to recede as a result of global warming. National Mission for a Green India Goals include the afforestation of 6 million hectares of degraded forest lands and expanding forest cover from 23% to 33% of India’s territory. Goals include the afforestation of 6 million hectares of/


Resources And Development Resources: Everything available in our environment which can be used to satisfy our needs, provided, it is technologically accessible,

to socio-economic and environmental problems. To overcome these problems, resource conservation at various levels is important. Gandhiji was very apt in voicing his concern about resource conservation in these words. “There is enough for everybody’s need and not for any body’s greeds.” Plains 43% Net Sown Area (NSA) 54% of Plain. Mountains 30% Plateau 27% Land resources are used for the following purposes : 1.Forests 2/


1www.engineersportal.in. About my Country: Area: 3,287,590 sq km Population: 1,188,310,000 Literacy : 61% Government: Federal Democratic Republic Unemployment:

of India has undertaken many measures for the conservation of the resources Regulations and reforms for proper housing and infrastructure development to avoid land acquisition problems Mass media public service messages to educate the people on the importance of conservation of resources Increase the wildlife and forest reserves in the country Schemes to do a proper inventory of the resources and monitor changes in the environment. Various projects and schemes that promote conservation of resources/


Energy Security and Conservation A Major Part of the Solution to Energy Generation and Environmental Degradation Dr. Mukesh Rana Assitant Professor, SSNC.

and the continuing emphasis on energy efficiency (conservation of fuel resources) has led to a complete overhaul of the way in which power systems are analyzed and improved thermodynamically. The laws of physics himself do not offer any solution/ MEASURES : SMART GRIDS Indian Institute of Science & CSTEP – “Smart grid” test bed in IISc campus – Consortium of technology provider companies Ministry of Power (under R-APDRP) 8 December 2015 B IOFUEL P OTENTIAL India’s total land area328 million hectares (mha) – /


BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION Bio means ‘life’ and diversity means ‘variety’ Definition : Biodiversity is defined as, the variety and variability among.

. C.Man-wildlife conflicts : when wildlife starts causing immense damage. Eg., 1.In orissa, 199 humans were killed in the last 5 years by elephants. 2. In mysore several elephants were killed becoz of massive damage done by the elephants to the sugarcane crops. 27 Endangered Species of India IUCN-INTERNATIONAL UNION OF CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES, the species classified into various types, 1.Extinct species : A species is said/


Food, Soil, and Pest Management Chapter 12. Soil: the foundation for agriculture  Land devoted to agriculture covers 38% of Earth’s land surface  Agriculture.

, cultivated area increased 33%, while energy inputs increased 80 times!  Positive effects on natural resources Prevented some deforestation Preserved biodiversity  Negative effects on natural resources Pollution Erosion Salinization Desertification The green revolution in India  Between 1961 and 2003 Population increased 100% Food production increased 150% As a result of the green revolution, India became a grain exporter Monocultures increase output, but at a cost  Monoculture = a/


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