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Analysis of Vehicular Pollution in Chandigarh

Bhavana Arora 1, Madhu Malini 2 and Ayush Vashisth 3

1 Civil Engineering Department, Haryana College of Technology & Mgmt.-Kaithal, Haryana-INDIA.  Email: arora.bhavana@yahoo.com

2 Civil Engineering Department, Haryana College of Technology & Mgmt.-Kaithal, Haryana-INDIA Email yadav.madhumalini@gmail.com

3 Civil Engineering Department, Haryana College of Technology & Mgmt.-Kaithal, Haryana-INDIA Email er.ayushvashisth@yahoo.co.in

 

Abstract

Human well being is intricately linked with the well being of the environment. In his effort to ‘develop’, man has been constantly interacting with his environment, the extent of interaction changing over space and time. In fact the knowledge and utilization of resources has determined the stages of development of civilization. However, over the years, progressive pressure on environment and natural resources has led to environmental damage thereby reducing the benefits of development. The realization that the biosphere has a finite resource base and thereof a limited carrying capacity, is just dawning when the effects of over utilization are beginning to strain the ecological balance. Hence it becomes imperative to not only take precautionary measures to avoid further degeneration of environmental quality, but to improve it and also to neutralize past lapses. This paper reveals that  multi prolonged approach can be adopted only after making conscious efforts to understand the root causes and extent of environmental crises and design a considered strategy towards its protection.

Key words: 1. Environment 2. Vehicles

Sub Area        : Environment Engineering

Broad Area    :Civil Engineering

 

 

 

 

 


International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering

Volume 3, Issue 3, Pages:  1598 - 1602