Current Volume 4
The problem of waste is one of the essential issues of the modern civilization, emerging from the contemporary lifestyle. It is a direct consequence of human activity. Global ecological risks manifest themselves in the shortage of natural resources, climate changes, mass pollution of water, air and soil, as well as in endangered biodiversity and waste. They are not hindered by state borders, they are interrelated and normally an occurrence of one risk results in the occurrence of another, sometimes even in a whole chain of risks. But we need systematic approach and huge range of educational methods especially in developing countries like India. Certain level of education in waste management is necessary to have in secondary schools, colleges and universities.
Education, Biodiversity, Waste management
Pushpendra Kumar , Avinash Kumar "Role of Education in Waste Management" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 4 Issue 2 2020 Page 68-72
Pushpendra Kumar , Avinash Kumar "Role of Education in Waste Management" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 4(2)