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Title: Ecological footprint and biocapacity as tools to assess resource sustainability a case study of gudiyattam block tamilnadu
Researcher: Narayana K A
Guide(s): Sekar S P
Keywords: architecture and planning
Ecological footprint
Upload Date: 9-May-2015
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/06/2009
Abstract: Human society consumes resources in order to live and sustain newlineHumans consume both renewable and nonrenewable resources which are newlineavailable in nature Apart from human there are varieties of living species that depend on natural resources According to the WCED 1987 12 of the land on the planet had to be reserved for nonhuman species for biodiversity newlineRenewable resources are primarily produced from land water and solar energy by the act of photosynthesis On the other hand nonrenewable newlineresources are finite and are already overexploited The extraction and use of non renewable resources like fossil energy are associated with emissions newlinewhich are degrading the renewable resource base newline newline
Pagination: xlii, 317p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Architecture and Planning

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