NATURAL ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND ITS MANAGEMENT
Author(s):
H A Patel
Keywords:
environmental imbalance, deforestation, hazards
Abstract
The earth environment is important for human being and for other live organisms. It is necessary to sustain it for better life. Among all living beings man is intelligent and is able to think what is good and what is bad for his existence. He can think that any unwanted changes in the atmosphere (environmental imbalance) is dangerous for our existence. Before few years , man was living natural life without disturbing environment. So at that time there were less number of environmental issues. After that he has started artificial luxurious life with more and more facilities. In the name of development he has started deforestation for infrastructure development and industrialisation and urbanisation, vehicle production, making of nuclear and chemical weapons. All these manmade activities are ultimately responsible for environmental imbalance. There are two main types of environmental hazards. One which can directly created by man and can be controlled at maximum level and the second which is natural which is indirectly related to manmade activities and can be controlled but the risk due to that can be minimised by proper management.
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Unique Paper ID: 144974

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 1, Issue 8

Page(s): 134 - 136
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