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|UNIT I: MAN AND ENVIRONMENT
|Chapter 1: Dimensions of Environment
|Chapter 2: Role of Human in Environmental Actions
|Chapter 3: Society and Environment in India
|Chapter 4: Population and Environment
|Chapter 5: Human Activities and Degrading Environment
|UNIT II: ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
|Chapter 6: Economic and Social Needs, and Major Sectors of Development
|Chapter 7: Social Factors Affecting Development
|Chapter 8: Impact of Development on the Environment
|Chapter 9: Impact of Liberalisation and Globalisation
|Chapter 10: Role of Society in Development and Environment
|UNIT III: ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND GLOBAL ISSUES
|Chapter 11: Pollutants and Pollution
|Chapter 12: Noise and Radiation Pollution
|Chapter 13: Handling and Management of Hazardous Wastes
|Chapter 14: Ozone Layer Depletion and Greenhouse Effect
|Chapter 15: Pollution Related Diseases
|Chapter 16: Disasters- Their Impact on the Environment
|Chapter 17: Strategies for Reducing Pollution and Improving the Environment
|UNIT IV: ENERGY
|Chapter 18: Energy
|Chapter 19: Conventional Sources of Energy
|Chapter 20: Non-Conventional Sources of Energy
|Chapter 21: Energy- Conservation, Management and Planning
About NBSE Class 11 Environmental Education
The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE), committed to fostering environmentally conscious citizens, has introduced a vital tool in the form of the Class 11 Environmental Education textbook. The book seeks to bridge the knowledge gap between young learners and the environment, and prepare them to meet the emergent environmental challenges.
The book is premised on the philosophy that informed learners are more equipped to address and mitigate environmental issues. Consequently, the textbook embarks on a mission of education and empowerment, intending to instil in students the understanding and importance of environmental conservation, preservation, and protection.
Rooted in the wisdom of ancient Indian philosophers, thinkers, seers, and saints who vouched for the prudent use of natural resources, the book underlines the need for a sustainable relationship between humans and nature. It serves as a stark reminder of the significant damage inflicted upon our environment through reckless developmental practices, a lesson underscored by the current global consciousness about environmental preservation.
The textbook emphasizes the need for sustainable development, marrying the progress of science and technology with the conservation of the environment. It advocates for responsible consumption practices to ensure a healthy and joyous life for future generations.
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