India has moved along an impressive growth path over the last decade, marked with falling share of agriculture, stagnating manufacturing, expanding services segment, growing trade orientation, enhanced FDI inflows etc. The consequent growth implications are obvious as far as the numbers like GDP growth rate and Per Capita GDP trend are concerned, but how sustainable the associated development is with respect to resource management and environmental governance? This book captures the economy-wide impacts of various activities on environment in India. The environmental impacts on water, air, soil quality and human health are captured through case studies from different parts of India. Analyzing separately the concern areas within agriculture (cultivation, aquaculture), manufacturing (industrial pollution, power generation), services (waste management, bio-medical waste, e-waste recycling) and external sector (agricultural trade, FDI inflow, trade in waste products) performance of India, the book attempts to find an answer to that crucial question. The methodology adopted to capture the environmental impacts of various economic activities is derived from the relevant branches like environmental economics, agricultural economics, and water resources economics. The book, focusing on particular sectors, indicates the concern areas and possible ways for enhancing environmental governance.This assumption enables one to predict the costs of managing BMW in Chennai, and the calculation is reported in Table 10.6 ... Table 10.5 Off-site recurring costs (per month) (in 2007-08 Prices) Items Amount Rs Incinerator maintenance 7.500 anbsp;...
|Title||:||Environmental Scenario in India|
|Author||:||Sacchidananda Mukherjee, Debashis Chakraborty|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-06-17|