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"International Journal of Geography, Geology and Environment"

2020, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B

Wetland environment problems and management of Bihar


Author(s): Dr. Shyam Balak Yadav

Abstract: We know that three basic amenities for living organisms are air, water and land which sometimes in the past were pure undisturbed, uncontaminated and basically most hospitable for living organisms. But the situation is just the reverse today because pressure of increasing population and progress in science and technology are all leading to pollution of environment and serious ecological imbalance which may prove disastrous for mankind including other living organisms in the long run. Presently we find warning everywhere and so environmentalism is getting a top priority in national policies among the developed and developing countries. The environmental experts during project planning give due consideration to social cultural and environmental impacts. The government of India in the sixth five-year plan (80-85) had formed the following policy “it is imperative that we use our renewable resources of water, soil, air and vegetation to sustain our economic development. Over exploitation of these is visible in soil erosion, floods, deforestation and salutation, floral and wild life resources. The depletion of these resources tends to be irreversible and since the whole population depends on these natural resources to meet their basics needs, i.e. fuel, fodder and land, it has meant deterioration in their standard of life.

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Shyam Balak Yadav. Wetland environment problems and management of Bihar. Int J Geogr Geol Environ 2020;2(2):81-83.
International Journal of Geography, Geology and Environment