Natural Resource Consumption and Lockdown
International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub,
2020, Volume 2, Issue 6, Pages 79-86
AbstractResource consumption is about the consumption of non-renewable or renewable resources. Water, oil, natural gas, environmental degradation, deforestation, resource depletion, energy consumption etc. unsustainable consumption by steadily increasing population may lead to resource depletion. Natural resource management is the management of natural resources like water, land soil, plants and animals. With a particular focus on how management focus on living styles for present and future generations. India is fast moving towards crisis of ground water(GW) overdose. National per capita annual availability of water has reduced 15% from 2001 to 2011. A common man has important role in natural resource management. Even being at home he might be consuming or conservating natural resources in terms of fuel for vehicle, gas for kitchen, water for bath, electricity for light and gadgets. Two things need to be focused one the environment in which we live and other our own body.We need to know how much we consume our natural resources daily so we consume less and conserve more, we can leave behind a healthy future for generations to come. We need to know what natural resources are and out of them what actually we daily consuming even being at home. Lockdown has increased or decreased consumption of natural resources, how much our life style depleting these natural resources and how to conserve it for future generations, is central theme of this paper. Awareness, conservation of natural resources and its consumption in home, is analyzed in the paper.
- Article View: 136
- PDF Download: 170