जलवायु परिवर्तन के खतरे को कम करने के लिए जनता की भागीदारी

Public participation in mitigating climate change
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क्या जलवायु परिवर्तन के खतरे को कम करने के लिए केवल सरकार ही ...

क्या जलवायु परिवर्तन के खतरे को कम करने के लिए केवल सरकार ही ज़िम्मेदार है या जनता की सहभागिता भी इसके लिए ज़रूरी है?

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Naresh_32 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

Sir,we should change climate in favour to us by controlling pollution only. In cities most of the pollution is caused from vehicles that releases kead which is a severe cause to our health and to enviroment also. And we have a best solution for controlling pollution is plantation. We hava so many varieties of plants that control pollution greatly. We should plant them along the road side. Sir the only thing please provide me a employment in it i will give the results

Mrinmoy sarkar 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

100 day MGNREGA scheme should be tagged with this scheme. It has been successfully implemented in some blocks where a poor family was given a govt unused land to grow a certain number of trees for a year and in exchange they will be paid from 100 days scheme.Thus environment protection and social security go hand to hand.

Mayuresh Suresh Desai 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

We can create public interest to plant and cultivate the plants by giving some inspirational gifts such as Money or felicitation by any political,social leader in public programs. Or we can think of giving subsidies in income tax,property tax or VAT for shops for growing certain number of plants.
We will inspire the Grampanchayats to plant and maintain the trees on the local road sides by giving some additional funding.

prabhat thakur 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

आदरणीय प्रधानमंत्रीजी ‍‍‍‍‍‍, आज २८ जून को आपने मानसून के आगमन पर जो देशवासियों को हरित भारत के लिए वृक्षारोपण का आह्वान किया है उसका बेहतर परिणाम हमारे गाँव ,शहर ,खेतो ,तालाबो ,नदियों और वायु पर सकारात्मक होगा ,हमें आशा है की न आप इसे छोड़ेगे न हम इसे छोड़ेंगे , हरित भारत बना कर रहेंगे ‍‍‍== प्रणाम

APURVA RAI 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

Lot many apartments are coming up in every city these days. Does the government has any plan or policy that how many society will be constructed in in a given area of land. This is important because one cannot go on creating housing societies and not leave even a single piece of land in the name of Forest Area. If housing societies keep coming up with out forest Areas in between the day is not far when we will not find any fresh air.

Amit Chauhan 5 साल 1 महीना पहले

Policy hint:1) Link natural resources use to high price to sensitive judicious use, encourage sustainable efforts with financial and community rewards.2) Enable public by providing equipment, materials, ideas etc to use and implement sustainable options through supporting and encouraging markets.3)sustainability Ideas should be easily doable and implementable and replaceable, necessary resources like Knowledge, materials, financial incentives should be implemented.