Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Sustainable economic development_Class 11_Economics_Demo lesson_PPT

This is class 11 economics topi on sustainable economic development. This topic was also my demo lesson given to me during my Learning Path School interview time. It will be helpful for students and for teachers preparing for different schools demo or interviews.It is helpful for quick revision as well.

  • Login to see the comments

Sustainable economic development_Class 11_Economics_Demo lesson_PPT

  1. 1. Sustainable Economic Development Class - 11
  2. 2. SYNOPSIS • ENVIRONMENT DEFINITION & FUNCTIONS • GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES • ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES • INDIA’S ENVIRONMENT • SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • BRUNDLAND REPORT • STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT • GLOBAL GOALS
  3. 3. Environment Definition & Functions The total planetary inheritance and the totality of all resources. Functions: • Supplies resources • Absorbs waste • Sustains life • Aesthetic services
  4. 4. Global Environmental Issues 1) Global Warming 2) Ozone Depletion
  5. 5. Global Warming
  6. 6. Ozone Depletion Montreal protocol
  7. 7. Environmental issues • Population Explosion • Advent of industrial Revolution These led to reversal of supply and demand relationship for environment quality.
  8. 8. India’s Environment • Land Degradation • Biodiversity Loss • Air Pollution • Management of Fresh Water • Solid Waste Management
  9. 9. Sustainable Economic Development The concept of Sustainable Development was emphasised by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). It is defined as: ‘Development that meets the need of the present generation without compromising the ability of the future generation to meet their own needs’.
  10. 10. Brundtland Report The 3 fundamental components of sustainable development: 1. Environment 2. Economy 3. Society
  11. 11. Strategies for Sustainable Development • Use of non-conventional sources of energy • LPG, Gobar Gas in rural area • CNG in urban areas • Wind Power • Solar Power through Photovoltaic Cells • Mini-Hydel Plants • Traditional knowledge and practices • Biocomposting • Biopest Control
  12. 12. SDGs
  13. 13. Thank You ! Lesson by: Anjali Kaur Suri TGT Maths, PGT Economics M.A. (Economics), M.Com (Finance), PGD Banking & Finance, B.A. Hons (Economics), B.Ed (Maths & SST), NISM, NSDL and IELTS certified. For enquiries, email contact@geniusedu.co.in

×