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World Environment

 
V.K. Prabhakar (Editor)
Synopsis Today not only do all human activities, agricultural, transport or industrial, affect human perceptions of the environment but they also have their impact on the ecological system and the resource base. The four point focus of population, resources, development and environment gives rise to a complexity of relationships which both the development planner and the environmental manger has to take into account. Man likes, at least occasionally, to live in forest, hillsides and on seashores. Any society would be resentful if these are spoiled and rendered unusable. Natural beauty spots are easy to destroy and they are difficult and costly, and often impossible, to regenerate. The world environment has deteriorated in all dimensions. Thus, conservation is a practice embracing preservation maintenance, sustainable utilization, restoration and enhancement of the natural environment. The book presents kaleidoscopic view of all major aspects of world environment. Thus, current scenario of world environment is portrayed vividly.
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About the author

V.K. Prabhakar

Dr. V.K. Prabhakar has worked on varied vital issues of environmental science. Widely known for his contribution for writing several books on ecology and environment, he is also well known for creating environmental awareness programme and clean-up campaign by involving more and more school children in India. He is actively engaged with a mission to create employment opportunities for every person in the country by tackling two important problems: employment and pollution.

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Bibliographic information

Title World Environment
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st.ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126109351
length viii+276p., Tables; 23cm.