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This is a presentation on in real time problems in our day to day life along with the solution which are sustainable.
There are three fundamental principles to “green” interior design: energy efficiency, resource conservation, and health. When designing or remodeling an interior, optimizing the energy efficiency reduces pollution and saves resources for the entire lifetime of the interior.

This is a presentation on in real time problems in our day to day life along with the solution which are sustainable.
There are three fundamental principles to “green” interior design: energy efficiency, resource conservation, and health. When designing or remodeling an interior, optimizing the energy efficiency reduces pollution and saves resources for the entire lifetime of the interior.

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IFD702_CA2.pptx

  1. 1. IFD702 GREENINTERIORS ca2 Name :Akshat Sharma Registration number: 12019738
  2. 2. problem s related to sustain aibilit y out of which 1. Degrading the beauty of monuments 2. Lack of public space /green space for the freedom of movement 3. Water ponds becoming dirty day by day 4. Washing dishes with hands (instead of dishwasher) 5. Using of Incandescent and Fluorescent Lightbulbs
  3. 3. THE BEAUTY OF MONUMENTS Tourism and irresponsible Behaviour of Visitors: Increasing tourism and lack of civic sense among majority of tourists have caused large damages to monuments degrading their aesthetic value. Criminal damage such as graffiti and defacement directed towards the monuments has been a major concern.
  4. 4. For example: As we can see in the below pictures that inappropriate things are written on some of the popular monuments which is harming the appearance of the monuments and
  5. 5. Solutions • Heavy fines and punishments should be announced for the culprits so that people think twice before doing anything like this which is disturbing the decoram of our monuments. • Adopt a Heritage :Adopt a Heritage Scheme (ApniDharoharApni Pehchan Project) was launched on World Tourism Day (September 27th 2017). It is an initiative by Ministry of Tourism in close collaboration whose aim is to develop the heritage sites / monuments, make them tourist friendly to enhance the tourism potential. More schemes like these should be launched by the government.
  6. 6. 2.LACK OF PUBLIC SPACE /GREEN SPACE FOR THE FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT Green space are now getting rare day by day as the industrial sector is on boom .Earlier ,pieces of land were allotted for the making of gardens and public parks but now this land is also getting lesser day by day . Nowadays, there is hardly more than a couple of parks in each sector of urban areas. Not only urban but rural areas
  7. 7. Advantages of green spaces : • Benefits for the city: Violence and crime tend to decrease around green spaces, likely a result of increased social cohesion, more people spending time outdoors, and the perception of orderly, maintained spaces. Green spaces can also help calm traffic and reduce road injuries - the leading cause of death for children over the age of
  8. 8. • Benefits for children: Though most research has been done in high income countries, the evidence is sufficient to assume that children universally need green space for their optimal development. There is abundant anecdotal evidence of children seeking out and benefiting from green spaces across the developing world, including during and after humanitarian crises.61b Further, many studies have measured physiological changes such as reduced levels of stress hormones and blood pressure in children consequent to green space
  9. 9. Solutions • Advocate for support and funding from local governments and the private sector. • Partner with local communities to provide safe and responsible access to the institution’s green spaces outside of school hours. • Form local groups and organizations that take joint outings or offer safeguarded nature education programmes • Municipal Corporation in consultation with local communities, including children, provide funds and expertise to identify, map, reclaim and redesign public spaces as green spaces
  10. 10. 3. Water ponds becoming dirty day by day • It is said that people settled wherever they found water storage capacity for human and cattle consumption. A water pond/well would be revered like a village deity and the local people, specially women, would pay their reverence by performing rituals on key occasions. Now, the same ponds are polluted, overflowing, filled with dirt, under encroachment, and have become
  11. 11. For example: Haryana • More than half of the ponds in Haryana, which were once considered crucial for the state’s agriculture-based economy, are officially deemed polluted. • According to data from Haryana Pond and Waste Water Management Authority (HPWWMA),
  12. 12. Solutions : • The main challenge is to tackle encroachment on the village ponds and stop the dumping of solid and liquid waste. • Action on cleaning up the ponds is urgent and needs to be ongoing as it will result in declining of groundwater levels. • In Haryana, The government has finalised an action plan to rejuvenate 4,600 ponds and work has already
  13. 13. EXECUTION • H.P. Sharma, who is a Member-Technical advisor in the HPWWMA,planned to clean one of the ponds in the sector in which I am residing. • Under the action plan, a digital survey is conducted, and if encroachment is found, a letter is written to the concerned local administration to get the land vacated. To clean the pond, Sharma said first the water is dried to start the digging process as cleaning has not been done for the last 40 years. “Then embankments are constructed and aquatic plants are grown near the pond to clean the wastewater
  14. 14. aside of the pond’s before conditio n:
  15. 15. 4. Washing dishes with hands (instead of dishwasher) • This is a kind of real time problem which is only applied to the people who are owning a dishwasher . • As we all know and have seen from a very long time, that dirty and used utensils are handwashed under a running tap, which were sometimes leading to skin infections due to the direct contact of detergents and chemicals with our naked hands and also it was a very exhausting job. • So, to overcome these problems , dishwasher was introduced which got improved decade by decade in terms of energy consumption and specially water consumption.
  16. 16. Dishwasher recommended over handwashing
  17. 17. Today’s dishwashers use less water than hand- washing. • In the past, dishwashers might have consumed 10 to 15 gallons of water per cycle. Modern dishwashers, on the other hand, are designed with water efficiency in mind. In fact, the Department of Energy mandates that full-sized dishwashers can use a maximum of 5 gallons of water per cycle. Energy Star- rated appliances require even lower water usage, at 3.5 gallons per cycle.
  18. 18. AND FLUORESCENT LIGHTBULBS • The incandescent light bulb turns electricity into light by sending the electric current through a thin wire called a filament. Electrical Filaments are made up mostly of tungsten metal. The resistance of the filament heats the bulb. Eventually the filament gets so hot that it glows, producing light. • This type of light bulb worked poorly and was little used until Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison improved it in the 1870s. It was the first light
  19. 19. After the invention of LEDs ,the disadvantages of incandescent lightbulbs got highlighted and ultimately was non-sustainable. • The life of such a bulb is too short, about 1000 hours. • Such bulbs blast or fuse under minor voltage fluctuations and under critical weather situations • It is energy inefficient and high operating costs. • The ultimate disadvantage is that it contains mercury, a toxic metal. When a lamp is broken or placed in a landfill or incinerator, the mercury can contaminate the airs, surface water, and ground water.
  20. 20. Stop using these bulbs • Despite of knowing the disadvantages of these incandescent bulbs ,there are many rural areas where we can see the use of these bulbs . • The LED bulbs should be provided by the government at a cheaper rate by the government to encourage the people to buy it.

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