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Role of information technology & industrialization on environment

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Role of information technology & industrialization on environment

  2. 2. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES • To know how IT & Industry affect the local people • To understand the negative impacts of IT & industry on environment • To know how IT & industry useful in various aspects • To understand how IT & industry is related to environment • To know to what extend it affects the biodiversity
  3. 3. Information Technology ( IT ) • Application of computers and telecommunications and their equipment's . • To store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data. • Spans several industries such as- computer hardware, software, electronics, semiconductors, internet, telecom equipment, e-commerce and computer services
  4. 4. IT for Environment • Tremendous potential • Can acquire, store, analyze and visualize satellite data for observation, and protection of environment. • Easily accessible around the world • Dramatically reduces costs, increases speed, improver productivity and opens up new challenges and opportunities.
  5. 5. Environmental Information Systems • ENVIS – stands for Environmental Information Systems • Established by government of India in December 1982 • The focus of ENVIS since inception has been on providing environmental information to decision makers, policy planners, scientists and engineers, research workers, etc. all over the country.
  6. 6. Envis Has Divided its Network/Envis Nodes in the following Domains • Chemicals wastes and toxicology • Ecology and Ecosystems • Status of environment and related Issues • Flora and Fauna conservation • Environment and energy management
  7. 7. GIS • Geographical Information System ( GIS ) • Designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present all types of spatial or geographical data. • Broader accadmic discipline of Geoinformatics • Science underlying geographic concepts, applications and systems. • Can use GIS to study the environment, report on the phenomena and model the working and responding of environment to natural and man-made factors.
  8. 8. Using GIS • Manage multiple types of geographical data • Assess relationship such as run-off and groundwater purity • Measure changes in wildlife habitat encroachment • Model events such as drought impact on forest health • Improve workflow processes from data gathering and analysis to publication and distribution of findings. • For example, Project Tiger uses GIS to accurately estimate, track and protect the remaining 1706 tigers left in the country
  9. 9. REMOTE SENSING • Acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact. • Generally refers to using aerial sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on earth. • New sensors being developed rapidly. • Important for weather forecasts , climate change or natural disasters.
  11. 11. POLLUTION • High quantity of Exhaust gases • High number of industries such as mining • Chemical effluents • Unprecedented Construction • Secondary Pollutants • Ruinous agricultural policies • The Population Explosion • Unplanned Land-use policies
  12. 12. DEFORESTRATION • Loss of species • Water cycle • Soil erosion • Life quality
  13. 13. WATER SCARCITY • Lack of Access to Drinking Water • Hunger • Lack of Education • Diseases • Sanitation Issues • Poverty
  14. 14. ACID RAIN • Effect on Aquatic Environment • Effect on Forests • Effect on Soil • Vegetation Cover and Plantations • Effect on Architecture and Buildings • Effect on Public Health
  15. 15. SOIL EROSION AND DEGRADATION • Impact on Human Health • Loss of Biodiversity • Ozone Layer Depletion • Loss for Tourism Industry • Economic Impact
  16. 16. GLOBAL WARMING • Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning power plants • Carbon dioxide emissions from burning gasoline for transportation • Methane emissions from animals, agriculture such as rice paddies, and from Arctic seabeds • Increase in usage of chemical fertilizers on croplands • Rise in sea levels worldwide • More killer storms
  17. 17. OVERPOPULATION • Depletion of Natural Resources • Degradation of Environment • Conflicts and Wars • Rise in Unemployment • High Cost of Living
  18. 18. PRESENTED BY:- IT works:- 4111- Vishal Redkar, 4115- Nisha Panikatti, 4116- Vivek Ghorpade. report writing:- 4117- Divya Chandora. information collection:- Shweta Singh, Vishal, Nisha, Vivek, Divya, Gaurav, Jyoti, Rahul, Abhijeet.