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    Submitted by:Ankita Patni

    Jaswant Singh RathoreJatin Kalra

    Mahendra

    Manisha Sen

    Rajdeep Tanwar

    (Rmat MBA-1st Sem.)

    Submitted To:

    Maam Bharti Mohta

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    Meaning

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    Development that meets the needs of thepresent ,without compromising the needs of

    the future generations.

    Concerns for protecting the environment

    and avoiding depletion of non renewable

    resources.

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    A representation of sustainability showing how both economy

    and society are constrained by environmental limits.

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    History

    The concept of sustainable development receivedits first major international recognition in 1972 at

    the UN Conference on the Human Environment

    held in Stockholm.

    coined in 1987 by the Brundtland Commission.

    received most attention since the United Nations

    Conference on Environment and Development

    held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.

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    PRINCIPLES

    1. Principle of intergenerational equity.

    2. Principle of sustainable use.

    3. Principle of Equitable use.

    4. Principle of Integration.

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    Scope

    -Equal Distribution

    -System Analysis

    -Pollution Prevention-Multiple Attributes

    -Life Cycle Perspective

    -Magnitude of Impact-Local conditions

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    COSTS BENEFITSy In the short term may be less

    economically hence costly

    y Risks of over-exploitation

    y Requires intensive research and

    planning

    y Requires development of

    markets/infrastructure

    y Requires compromise and

    communication

    y Requires mechanisms for

    education

    y May require conflict

    management mechanisms

    y Involves local people andprovides them with

    rewarding, immediate

    work, income, and

    education

    y Preserves functionality and

    diversity of system while

    providing a wide range of

    economic benefits

    y Promotes the

    diversification of forest

    products including non-

    wood forest products

    (NWFPs)

    y Preserves the natural

    services provided by

    forests

    COSTS AND BENEFITS

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    Government Initiatives

    Various environment laws have been formulated and use of

    Polythene bags have been banned in various states.

    Formulated the National Policy on Biofuels and given approval for

    setting up the National Biofuels Coordination Committee and

    Bio-Fuel Steering Committee.

    IREDA will be investing around US$ 3.39 billion for the development

    of renewable energy sector projects during the 11th Five Year Plan.

    Considering a regulation to make use of renewable energymandatory for special economic zones to save on traditional fuel

    like coal and diesel.

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    Corporate Investments

    PV Technologies India, Titan Energy Systems, Reliance Industries Ltd.,

    Tata BP Solar Power are among the 12 Solar Photo Volataic projects

    filed under SPIC, would entail an investment of US$ 16.34 billion

    over a 10 year period.

    Several Eco friendly green models of automobiles, including of Tata

    Motors, Toyota and Honda are expected to be launched into the

    Indian Markets by 2011.

    GE Energy Financial Services and EPURON Pte Ltd. Singapore havelaunched Asia-Pacifics first renewable energy private trust to

    promote sustainable development.

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    Initiatives by Corporates

    Dell launched The Climate Eduxchange, to improveenvironment education in schools across India.

    Dell has banned the export of non-working electronics to

    developing countries.

    SOS childrens villages of India and Coca Cola India announced

    the commencement of work on 24 millions litres of rainwater

    harvesting project near Kochi.

    Nike has its Reuse-A-Shoe programme. The upper fabric, innerfoam and rubber soles are used to make flooring and surfacing for

    playgrounds and sportsgrounds.

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    Individual Efforts

    Save energy

    Use resources optimally

    Plant trees

    Create awareness

    Reduce pollution

    Practise recycling and re-use.

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    Wind Turbines Solar panels

    Ideas

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    I recognize the right and duty of this generation to

    develop and use the natural resources of our land; but I do

    not recognize the right to waste them, or to rob, bywasteful use, the generations that come after us. -

    Theodore Roosevelt

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