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Role Of Bank In Economic Development
Bank Duties The powers and duties of a bank are determined by the terms of its charter and the legislation under which it was created (either federal or state…
Female Role In Economic Development
April 2009 Introduction During the past decade economists approached an international consensus that there is a…
Economic Development Through
3.3 The variables of Economic Development 3.3.1 Structural change 3.3.2 External influence on Government 3.3.3 Environmental Conditions 3.4 The Two Factors 3.4.1…
Impact Of Micro-Finance On Economic Development
growing popularity of microfinance as a major tool for enhancing economic development. Contrary to belief, they are of the opinion that microfinance is a make-belief…
What Role Does Community Planning Have In Economic Development?
Assignment 2 Community Planning Practice Paper What role does Community Planning have in Local Economic Development? Lecturers: Fiona Caniglia & Stuart…Date Submitted:08/13/2011 06:09 AM
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... give us an example of the possible negative role of banks in economic development. Many countries, including the United States and ... rates to comply with the central bank. Therefore banks play an important role in bringing economic development in a country. To put ... everything in a nutshell banks provide such activities in ...
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4] (i) Biodiversity is the variation of wildlife and cultivated species in a given ecosystem. In this interconnected web, each organism is a producer, consumer or decomposer. Other organisms, including humans, depend for their existence on such roles.
(ii) Human activities such as poaching, deforestation, the expansion of railways, agriculture, commercial and scientific forestry, and mining are to blame for the depletion of flora and fauna.
5] (i) Indian forests are home to different communities. These communities have a complex relationship with their environment. The Mundas and the Santhal of Chhota Nagpur region worship Mahua and Kadamba trees; the tribals of Orissa and Bihar worship the tamarind and mango trees. Similarly, the Bishnois of Rajasthan hold the antelopes in high reverence. For these communities, particular flora and fauna are integral to their identity, so they take a number of steps to protect the same. Villagers around the Sariska Reserve have opposed mining activities in the region as these activities endanger wildlife. Villagers in the Alwar district of Rajasthan have banned hunting and lumbering activities in a 1200 hectare area they have marked as Bhairodev Dakav ‘Sonchuri’. Such activities have helped preserve patches of virgin forest land.
(ii) Good practices towards conserving forest and wildlife are plenty. Nowadays, many non-governmental organisations are working towards creating public awareness for conserving depleting forest cover and vanishing wildlife. Central and state governments in India have set up national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to protect forests and endangered species in wildlife. A recently developing practice towards conservation is the search for different conservation measures. Biodiversity is the new by-word of good practices towards conserving forest and wildlife. Various communities, especially in tribal areas, who are dependent on forests for their living are now taking an active…