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"Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love and something to hope for." - Joseph Addison" - The_god_damned


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Ecotechnology is an applied science that seeks to fulfill human needs while causing minimal ecological disrupution, by harnessing and subtly manipulating natural forces to leverage their beneficial effects. Ecotechnology integrates two complementary fields of study: the 'ecology of technics' and the 'technics of ecology,' requiring a substantial understanding of the structures and processes of ecosystems and societies. All sustainable engineering that can reduce damage to ecosystems, adopt ecology as a fundamental basis
Sustainable development requires the implementation of appropriate environmentally friendly technologies which are both efficient and adapted to local conditions. Ecotechnology allows improvement in economic performance while minimizing harm to the environment by:
  * increasing the efficiency in the selection and use of materials and energy sources,
  * control of impacts on ecosystems,
  * development and permanent improvement of cleaner processes and products,
  * eco-marketing,
  * introducing environmental management systems in the production and services sectors, and
  * development of activities for increasing awareness of the need for environmental protection and promotion of sustainable development by the general public

The link will give the list of carbon-di-oxide emissions and INDIA is in in 3rd position.

The above link is quite important

Important Concept: Carbon Credit
The Investopedia Inc investment dictionary defines a carbon credit as a “permit that allows the holder to emit one ton of carbon dioxide”..which “can be traded in the international market at their current market price”
The major greenhouse gases emitted by these industries are carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide,hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), etc., all of which increase the...


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