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Status, Trends and Advances in Bioremediation pp. 179-193
Editors: Dr. Natchimuthu Karmegam
Dr. Mani Prakash
ISBN: 978-93-94174-13-9
Chapter 11
Natural Resource Management for Greener Environment
S. Parvathy1*, P. Ramalingam Karthik2 and R. P. Subramanian3
1Government Arts College (Autonomous), Salem - 636007, Tamil Nadu, India
2IIM, Calcutta, India
3Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Conserving non-renewable resources is important. Because if you use them up too quickly, you run out of carbon stores. Promote waste reduction, recycling and responsible disposal. Sustainable development is enough. Recent research has identified resource abundance as a major cause of policy failure. This is because primary industries are still large relative to GDP and differences in rental levels (and socioeconomic links) from natural resources have important macro policy implications. Most natural resources are limited. This suggests that they will eventually date. We will promote the protection and recovery of water resources and promote the optimization of water use. Require the implementation of a wastewater treatment system prior to reuse or disposal. Promote the maintenance and enhancement of development that meets the needs of future generations without compromising their ability to meet their own needs. Helps manage natural resources as they are used and conserved. Environmental reformers should therefore support the efforts of international financial institutions to improve macroeconomic management.
Natural resources, organization, civilizations, recycling
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Cite this Chapter: Parvathy, S., Karthik, P. R., Subramanian, R. P. 2022. Natural resource management for greener environment. In: N. Karmegam and M. Prakash (Eds.), Status, Trends and Advances in Bioremediation. Excellent Publishers, India. pp. 179-193. doi:
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