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Environmental Problems and Sustainable Development: Issues and Challenges
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Roopshikha Agrawal
xxii+166p.,col.plts.,figs.,tabls., 25 cm
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Weight :  816 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Scholars World
Year :  2017
 

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ISBN: 9789386071811
Status: LATEST(In Stock) 
Price: Rs 1195.00  

Environment & Human beings are interdependent on each other. But Environmental problems are innumerable, like air pollution due to industries & automobiles, surface water pollution due to industries, domestic waste and agriculture, ground water pollution due to solid waste, soil pollution due to industries, deforestation and habitat loss due to shifting cultivation, illegal cutting of trees. It is a big challenge to maintain environmental balance along with developmental activities.
Sustainable development easy to define but almost impossible to achieve. It is easy to have sustainable utilization of the renewable resources but it is impossible for the non renewable resources. Development & Environment are said to be contradictory to each other, however the bad effect of developmental process can be regulates to a great extent through proper utilization of the Technology. This text book explain in detail various types of water, air and soil pollution. The book also demonstrate the biodiversity of Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh region and provides suggestion to conserve the biodiversity. Some chapters of book have established the utility of plant diversity in different ways such as fuel, microalgae as a source of future source of biofuel, weeds can be utilized as medicine, antimicrobial activity of Tulsi plant etc. Some chapters of book explains Laws Legislation related to environment and suggestion to protect environment. This book captures the complexity and dynamics of environmental problems & development and seeking to understand this important contemporary issue.

Acknowledgement v
Editorial vii
Messages ix
Preface xvii
1. Impact of Toxicant of Fertilizer Industry Waste Effluent
at Bhopal (M.P.) 1
Vibha Choubey and Parmita Dubey
2. Water Quality of Tandula River in Balod Area,
District Balod, Chhattisgarh 5
E.P. Chelak and K. Sharma
3. Degradation of Some Industrial Dyes by
Different Basidiomycetous Fungal Species 11
Chandrahas Sahu and Bharati Verma
4. Pesticides: ‘A Threat to Mankind’ 25
Madhurani Shukla and K.K. Tiwari
5. Chlorococcales Algae in Narsaiya Pond of Raipur City 31
Smriti Chakravarty and M.L. Naik
xx
6. Study of Airspora in Different Vegetable Market in Raipur City
with Special Reference to Winter Season 35
Priti Tiwari
7. Ethnomedicinal Use of some Weeds on Rice Fields of
Rajim Region, Distt. Gariaband, Chhattisgarh 41
Roopshikha Agrawal and Arvind Agrawal
8 Study of the Plants of Gandhi Udyan of Raipur City 53
R. Verma, P. Dewangan, V. Acharya and A.K. Girolkar
9. Diversity of Medicinal Plants in Chhindwara District 59
Simpal Patil
10. Conservation of Biodiversity 65
Kritika J. Namdeo and Swati Sahu
11. Microalgae are Future Resource of Biofuel: A Review 71
Indu Soni, Preeti Tiwri and Madhu Yamini Soni
12. Study on Antimicrobial Activity of different Solvent Extracts of
Ocimum sanctum Linn. against some Bacterial Species 79
Prerna Soni and Shobha Gawri
13. Phytochemical Analysis of Mimosa hamata Linn. 87
Bhawana Pandey and Sudha Agrawal
14. Environmental Pollution: Its Effects on Live and its Remedies 93
Neelima Gupta
15. Solid Waste Management 105
Manisha Garg
16. Sustainable Development in India with Reference to
Agricultural Area 109
Bhawana Thakur
17. Environmental Policies, Laws and Legislation 119
Usha Mishra and Priyanka Mishra
xxi
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Dr. Roopshikha Agrawal is Assistant Professor of Botany selected by Public Service Commission of Chhattisgarh with merit. She completed her M.Sc. (Botany) from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University Sagar (M.P.) in first division with 2nd position in University merit. She has done her Ph.D. from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.). She has twelve year experience of teaching in Govt. Degree & P.G. Colleges of M.P & C.G. She is member of various academic societies & Ex. Co-editor of an International Journal “Lab to Land“. She has published several research papers in various Indian Journals. She has written a book “Fungal Foliage Diseases and Management”.

   

  Botany
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Science
Pollution - Soil, Air, Water, Noise, -- including
Sustainable Development
 
   

   
   

  Roopshikha Agrawal
 
   

  Toxicant
Fertilizer
Industry,
Water
Quality,
Pesticides,
Environmental
Pollution,
Solid
Waste
 
   
 
 
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