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Main background reason for doing my dissertation in the field of Environmental Impact Assessment system is I have experience in helping to carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment during my training period at Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminals Limited - Sri Lanka. As a trainee, I helped to carry out the EIA of a construction of vertical welded steel oil storage tank at Lanka Bulk Deport - Magalle ( Sri Lanka). With the background I was longing to study Environmental Impact Assessment...
Today we are living in a globalized world where we measure everything in terms of profit and with a sole aim of development. We lead our lives even without looking back for once. This competition motive may take us to a developed, technologically advanced era, but we are losing our own lives by destroying the environment without thinking for the consequences. Environment before fifty years and the condition of today has a hell and heaven difference. In the name of development we are using all...
Electronic waste, e-waste, e-scrap is a loose category of surplus, obsolete, broken, or discarded electrical or electronic devices. It may be defined as all secondary computers, entertainment device electronics, mobile phones, and other items such as television sets and refrigerators, whether sold, donated, or discarded by their original owners. This definition includes used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. Electronic waste, is popularly known...
Historically, hazards have been viewed as purely discrete phenomena resulting from 'unruly' nature. This has led to a dominant paradigm that argues for the neutralization of hazards through the application of appropriate technology. This view, however, fails to address the wider historical and social dimensions of hazards. To be inclusive of these complex relationships, 'disasters' are defined to occur as a result of interconnected dynamics between political structures, economic systems and...
India's energy resource capacity is being tested to every detail by the significant and sustained economic growth as well as its ambitions of becoming a super power. However, the ubiquitous demand supply gap requires strong reforms by the policy makers of the country to compound the energy supplies. Various energy equations of the country have been analysed in the study after which the need for integration of renewable energy is realised.OilTotal oil imports from the Gulf and the Pacific...
One of the tasks of defense is to safeguard territorial integrity. The Military Forces must be able to detect violations of airspace and sea territories. Radar is an important instrument for revealing any infringements. There are radar stations around nearly every country coast for this purpose. At the same time, however, radar surveillance is sensitive to interference. Radar requires free line of sight in order to function at 100%.The wind industry strongly supports responsible, effective...
There has been a remarkable increase in organic food consumption and use of environmental friendly products for the past 10 years. Environmental issues are within global policy domain. This directly affects energy consumption in relation to environmental contamination. Therefore, this chapter investigates if there is a link in the changing consumption patterns of organic products to awareness by consumers on environmental effects and consumption in other regions of the globe. The chapter...
This paper investigates the causes and effects of global climate change. The issue of climate change has become well known in most societies. Still, a fragment of the world's population still refuses to believe in the rising of the temperature of the earth's surface or that humans are the cause of it. Scientists all around the world have come to agree that climate change is in fact happening and will continue to aggravate if steps are not taken in the near future. In this piece, the main causes...
Geothermal energy is defined as heat under the ground from the inner core of the earth used to produce steam to turn generator turbines and make electricity and heat the water.Types of energyGeothermal energy is regarded as a renewable energy source. There is a heat that is constantly produced inside the Earth (U.S. Energy Information Administration 2009).Where it can mostly be foundHydrothermal resources are where large areas of geothermal reservoirs naturally take place. Mostly, they are deep...
Over recent decades, biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction have both become societal and political goals with recognition of the links between them occurring in international fora including the The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)[1], and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)[2]. There is a context-specific nature of the poverty-biodiversity relationship. In particular, cross-cutting determinants such as governance, policies on poverty and biodiversity conservation, and...