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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

  1. 1. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA 1. CURRENT SCENARIO 2. GLOBAL PROTOCOL 3. STRATEGY FOR CHANGE - AGENDA 4. DEVELOP TRAINING COURSES 5. SECTORAL BARRIERS 6. THE GOOD CHANGE - 12TH SEPTEMBER 2012 7. GOVERNMENTS SHOULD SEEK RESULTS, REVOLUTIONISE VINAY SHRIVASTAVA VASTU VISTA 1©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA CURRENT SCENARIO Sustainable Development was formally initiated for the international community since the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), which called upon governments to develop strategies for sustainable development, incorporating policy measures outlined in the Rio Declaration and Agenda 21. 2©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  3. 3. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA CURRENT SCENARIO Sustainable Development was formally initiated for the international community since the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), which called upon governments to develop strategies for sustainable development, incorporating policy measures outlined in the Rio Declaration and Agenda 21. Governments wish to implement such strategies, but then there are continuing battle between economic and environmental concerns associated with the development. 3©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  4. 4. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA GLOBAL PROTOCOL Not just the Rural but also the Urban Development which spread the best practices as success stories. Rapid growth has had an impact on everything around including air and water. Mitigating and repair technologies are plenty and are differently aligned in different areas like carbon capture and storage systems, household water purification devices, more efficient irrigation methods and processes to minimize waste and pollution. 4©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  5. 5. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA STRATEGY FOR CHANGE – INDIAN AGENDA Low-Carbon Models Adaptation to Climate Change as a Social Cause Economically Profitable Approach Technology Transfer 5©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  6. 6. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA DEVELOP TRAINING COURSES Develop curriculums to train executing agencies. And provide training materials to educate local regulatory government officials. Develop programs to build the capacity of local communities to be able to read and monitor the conditions through simple indicators, to enable them to implement the models and approaches identified by best practices. 6©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  7. 7. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA DEVELOP TRAINING COURSES KEY SECTORS TO BE WEAVED IN ARE AGRICULTURE , POWER & ENERGY AND WATER 7©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  8. 8. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA SECTORAL BARRIERS With the absence of legal framework, it is difficult to bring processes to action, technologies are either not developed at all for lack of a sufficiently profitable market, or if developed, are not accessible to end-user needs. Too many Action Plans to follow, not a single one that works. Immediate steps are essential for the protection of the Nature. The primary function of such attempts is to help stakeholders, for nature conservation and protection. The government should have the will power to evict those who have made damages. States do not have provisions for protection, a lot more needs to be arranged to conserve the environment. 8©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  9. 9. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA SECTORAL BARRIERS We must accept consequences of our diversity, Consequences of 73rd and 74th amendments Following needs to be done to conserve the environment. •Build human and institutional capacity •Develop and deploy improved scientific methods for carbon inventory •Reference baselines, and actively engage stakeholders •All the components should be evolved simultaneously to enable adaptive management. 9©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  10. 10. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA SECTORAL BARRIERS We must accept consequences of our diversity, Consequences of 73rd and 74th amendments, We must accept local political environment, We must accept our poverty, We must accept the astronomical gap in present and desired parameters, We must accept the processes as they really are. Following needs to be done to conserve the environment. •Build human and institutional capacity •Develop and deploy improved scientific methods for carbon inventory •Reference baselines, and actively engage stakeholders •All the components should be evolved simultaneously to enable adaptive management. 10©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  11. 11. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA THE GOOD CHANGE - 12TH SEPTEMBER 2012 The Planning Commission has suggested reworking the National Action Plan on climate change. It has reduced the number of missions and refocused them in line with "priorities". In 2008, the government had laid out a national strategy that would address Indias development concerns and the challenges that climate change would present. The National Action on Climate Change comprising eight missions was presented as framework to deal challenges of mitigation or reducing emission intensity of the economy and adapting to the adverse consequences of climate change. The eight missions covered issues such as solar energy energy efficiency, habitat, agriculture, water, Himalayan ecosystems, forestry and strategic knowledge. 11©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  12. 12. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA GOVERNMENTS SHOULD SEEK RESULTS, REVOLUTIONISE Meet requirements at stakeholder level to meet compliance requirements. Otherwise array of brainstorming and matrix of data and detailed processes in charts shall all go a waste. ULBs. Provide FAR / FSI Benefits on green constructions. Town Planning. Promote vernacular materials, after educating through Master Plans. 12©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.
  13. 13. Thank you for your patience. 13©VASTUVISTA PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD.

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