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Afforestation in India"s economy

Raghubir Chand Soni

Afforestation in India"s economy

by Raghubir Chand Soni

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Published by Economic and Scientific Research Foundation in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Afforestation -- India.,
  • Forest influences.,
  • Reclamation of land -- India.,
  • India -- Economic conditions -- 1947-,
  • India -- Forest policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 117-119.

    StatementR. C. Soni.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD409 .S64, SD409 S64
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p. ;
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19160111M

    This book discusses afforestation in India in the context of the issues of deforestation and the environment, addressing the different schemes and programmes which have been implemented, and their characteristics, successes and failures. There are 8 chapters: (1) The environmental scenario - deforestation, development, safer energy, unemployment, river pollution, food security and . The issue of compensatory afforestation in exchange for diversion of forest land has been controversial in India. Photo credit: Commons [Licensed under CC BY ].

      A shift to being a market-based economy from a nationalised system has led to simmering tensions between the Reserve Bank and the government and questions over the central bank's independence, former RBI deputy governor Viral Acharya has said. The economist, who went back to teaching in the US after his surprise resignation from the RBI ahead of his term's end last year, said India .   List of Disadvantages of Afforestation. 1. It comes with real opportunity costs. One potentially huge drawback of afforestation is the simple fact that it comes with real opportunity cost, where the transformed lands can no longer be used residential developments and agriculture that are highly beneficial to the society through more supply of food and housing for those who need them.

      The Great ‘Green Wall’ Of India: Centre’s Afforestation Drive In Aravalli Hills To Create 1, Km Tree Belt by Swarajya Staff - Oct 9, AM Aravalli Deforestation (Abhinav Saha. When it comes to the commercial purposes, afforestation is developed by companies to grow trees and improve the production of charcoal and timber. Furthermore, afforestation also constitutes more job opportunities. It also helps local businesses to increase the supply of its products while also benefiting the local economy.


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