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Environnmental Potection
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  • 1. Presentation on Environmental Protection Presented by : Aakansha soni Shweta singh Tulshi kalme Saugat tiwari
  • 2. Protecting Today’s Investments For Tomorrow’s Innovations
  • 3. Content : 1) Environmental pollution 2) Air pollution 3) Acts related to air pollution 4) Role of individuals in prevention of pollution 5) Case study 6) Conclusion
  • 4. Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural environment on Individuals , organizational or governmental levels, for the benefits of both the Natural environment & human. DEFINITIONS:
  • 5. OBJECTIVES:  To improve the quality of life by protecting the environment.  Establishing environmental laboratories.  To protect the forest & wild life in the country .  To appoint environment officer to check environmental protection .
  • 6. Approaches to Environmental Protection : Voluntary environmental Agreement.  Ecosystem Approach .  International Environmental Agreement .
  • 7. ENVIRONMENT That which surrounds , the total sum of the conditions of the surroundings with in Which an organism , or group or an object exists . Pollution: Any undesirable change in physical, chemical or biological characteristics Of air , land , water.
  • 8. Types Of Pollution :  Water pollution  Soil pollution  Air pollution  Noise pollution  Radio active pollution
  • 9. Causes Of Environmental Pollution :  Industries  Auto mobiles  Agricultural operations  Urbanizations  Deforestation  Acid rain  Garbage
  • 10. Measures Of Environmental Pollution :  Avoid unnecessary or wasteful packaging of products.  Reuse carry bags .  Plant trees .  Walk or cycle where it is safe to do so .  Observe World Environment Day on 5th june .
  • 11. Effects Of Environmental Pollution : A. Effects on human health. B. Effects on flora & fauna . C. Effects on atmospheric & climatic changes . D. Ozone layer . E. Green House Effect. F. Changing Weather Phenomena .
  • 12. Environmental Laws : I. General law . II. Forest & Wildlife . III. Water IV. Air
  • 13. General law : a) 1986 : The environment protection act. b) 1989 : The objective of Hazardous waste . Forest & wild life : a) 1927 : The Indian forest act . b) 1972 : The wildlife protection act . c) 1980 : The forest conservation act . Water : a) 1897 : The Indian fisheries act . b) 1970 : The merchant shipping act . c) 1974 : The water prevention act
  • 14. Any visible or invisible particle or gas found in the air that is not part of the original, normal composition.
  • 15. AIR POLLUTION  Some primary air pollutants may react with one another or with other chemicals in the air to form secondary air pollutants.
  • 16. Primary Air Pollutant : Harmful substance that is emitted directly into the atmosphere. Secondary Air Pollutant : Harmful substance formed in the atmosphere when a primary air pollutant reacts with substances normally found in the atmosphere or with other air pollutants Two Categories
  • 17. Air Pollution Damage to Trees
  • 18. Acid Deposition and Humans  Respiratory diseases  Toxic metal leaching  Decreased visibility  Damage to structures, especially containing limestone  Decreased productivity of fisheries, forests, and farms
  • 19. AIR POLLUTION ACT : 1948 : The factories act . 1981 : The Air prevention & control act. 1982 : The atomic energy act . 1988 : The motor vehicles act .
  • 20. Ways to Reduce Air Pollution Conserve energy - turn off appliances and lights when you leave the room. Recycle, glass bottles, cardboard, and aluminum cans. Connect your outdoor lights to a timer or use solar lighting. Wash clothes with warm or cold water instead of hot. Reduce the use of air conditioners.
  • 21. Role of individuals  Smokeless sources  Enforce the law  Devices for filtering  Use More Efficient Transportation  Reduce Energy Consumption  Vote Green
  • 22. Case Study: Radioactive Radon  Radon-222, a radioactive gas found in Radon-222, a radioactive gas found in some soils and rocks, can seep into some houses and increase the risk of lung cancer. and rocks, can seep into some houses and increase the risk of lung cancer.
  • 23. Solutions: Preventing and Reducing Air Pollution Clean Air Act National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) Primary and secondary standards Emission Trading Policy
  • 24. We know that certain environmental conditions like air , water,& food are essential for man , survival . Apart from their availability their quality & quantity must be assured according to men natural & acquired capacity for sustenance progress in industrialization has brought environmental hazards such as air water & noise pollution . These have caused many health problems & diseases. conclusion

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