ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

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ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

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  2. 2. HONEY.N.ASWANI<br />
  3. 3. INDEX<br />Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.<br />DEFINITION OF NGO.<br />ROLE OF NGO.<br />TYPES OF NGO.<br />INDIAN FOREST SERVICE.<br />GREEN HOUSE EMISSION.<br />GLOBAL LEVEL.<br />CONCULSION.<br />
  4. 4. Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.<br />“Rules for the manufacture, use, import, export and storage of hazardous Micro-organisms/ Genetically Engineered Organisms or Cells” under the Environment (Protection) Act (EPA)1986<br />
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  7. 7. DEFINITION OF NGO<br /> NGO is a non-governmental organization and, in its broadest sense, is one that is not directly part of the structure of government<br />In simple words Non-governmental organization: an organization that is not part of the local or state or federal government<br />
  8. 8. ROLE of N.G.O<br />Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi also focused his work on environment along with freedom movement, equality and social justice. As per Father of the Nation<br /> <br />“the earth provides enough <br /> to satisfy every man’s need, <br /> but not for every man’s greed”.<br /> -Mahatma Gandhi <br />
  9. 9. TYPES OF NGO’S<br />Apart from &quot;NGO&quot;, often alternative terms are used as for example: independent sector, volunteer sector, civil society, grassroots organizations, transnational social movement organizations, private voluntary organizations, self-help organizations and non-state actors (NSA&apos;s).<br />
  10. 10. Non-governmental organizations are a heterogeneous group. A long list of acronyms has developed around the term &quot;NGO&quot;.<br />These include:<br /><ul><li>CSO: CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATION,
  11. 11. DONGO: DONOR ORGANIZED NGO,
  12. 12. ENGO: ENVIRONMENTAL NGO,
  13. 13. INGO: INTERNATIONAL NGO,</li></li></ul><li>Indian Forest Service<br />Environmental Conservation:<br /><ul><li> Environment:- Environmental degradation: pollution –</li></ul>different types, effects, global warming, ozone layer<br />depletion, acid rain, principles of environmental<br />conservation, critical measures, environmental<br />Monitoring.<br /><ul><li>Environment impact assessment of</li></ul>projects, concept of sustainable development,<br />strategy for sustainable energy use<br />
  14. 14. GREEN HOUSE EMISSION<br />A greenhouse is built of any material that passes sunlight, usually glass, or plastic. It mainly heats up because the sun warms the ground inside, which then warms the air in the greenhouse. <br />
  15. 15. INTRODUCTION OF GREEN HOUSE<br />HOW DOES EARTH STAY WARM AND COMFORTABLE IN THE COLDNESS OF SPACE?<br />TEMPERATURES ON EARTHARE LIVABLE BECAUSE OF NATURAL PROCESS WE CALL THE GREEN HOUSE EFFECT.<br />IT STARTS WITH THE SUN<br />WHEN THE SUN REACHES OUR ATMOSPHERE SOME IS REFLECTED BACK INTO SPACE AND SOME PASSES THROUGH AND IS ABSORBED BY EARTH.THIS CAUSE SURFACE OF THE EARTH WARM UP.<br />
  16. 16. GREEN HOUSE EFFECT<br />HEAT FROM THE SUN IS RADIATED OUTWARD AND ABSOBED BY GREEN HOUSE GASES.THIS PROCESS PREVENTS HEAT FROM DISAPPERING INTO SPACE AND KEEPS EARTH WARM ENOUGH TO SUSTAIN LIFE.<br />GREEN HOUSE EFFECT & GLOBAL WARMING<br />SOME HUMAN ACTIVITIES (PRIMARILY THE BURNING OF FOSSIL FUELS) INTENSIFY THE WARMING EFFECT BY RELEASING ADDITIONAL GREENHOUSE GASES INTO THE ATMOSPHERE.<br />THESE GASES INCLUDE CARBON-DIOXIDE 53%, NITROUS OXIDE 12%, METHANE 17% & OTHER 18%.<br />
  17. 17. CARBON-<br />DIOXIDE<br />53%<br />METHANE<br />17%<br />NITROUS OXIDE<br />12%<br />
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  19. 19. IN INDIA MANY POLLUTION BOARDS ARE THERE -<br /><ul><li>CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
  20. 20. ECO WRIST WATCH
  21. 21. GUJARAT POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
  22. 22. THE ENERGY AND RESOURCES INSTITUITE
  23. 23. ENVIRONMENT ORGNIZATION AND RESOURCES PRESONS IN TAMIL NADU</li></li></ul><li>AT GLOBAL LEVEL MANY ORGANISATION ARETHERE TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT<br />The World Trade Organization (WTO)<br />UN Development Programme (UNDP)<br />The World Food Programme (WFP)<br />World Health Organization (WHO)<br />UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)<br />UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)<br />
  24. 24. COCLUSION<br />At last I want to conclude that, environment is our home, instead of using for our greediness we should pay attention to maintain quality of it.<br />Legislation & legal aspects of environment protection should be made for control of land use faulty and changes due to corruption<br />
  25. 25. THANK YOU<br />

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