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India Deforestation

India deforestation Author- Jagruti Rathod 1.Global carbon budget Friedlingstein & et.al, (2021) state that Accurate assessment of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions and their redistribution among the atmosphere, ocean, and terrestrial biosphere in a changing climate the “global carbon budget” is important to better understand the global carbon cycle, support the development of climate policies, and project future climate change. Based on energy statistics and cement production data, while emissions from land-use change, mainly deforestation, atmosphere concentration is measured directly and its growth rate is computed from the annual changes in concentration. The ocean sink and terrestrial sink are estimated with Read More
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ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION

Subject: Business research methodology Author: Aishwarya Sunil Nashte ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION 1. Has The sweet pepper value chain benefitted farmers? a case study in Pasuruan Regency, Indonesia Sweet pepper farmers in Indonesia produce such a potential amount that contributes to the need of export and domestic demands. The high potency of sweet pepper development can be supported by farmers in Pasuruan, East Java. However, they are still in a low level of welfare as they always get the lowest income in every agricultural commodity value chain activity. This study aimed to understand: 1) feasibility analysis by farmers, 2) actors involved Read More
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Climate change crisis

Climate change crisis Glennis Kurien Greenhouse gas Several towns across the world have realized the effect of climate change and are bound to long term ambitious greenhouse gas emission mitigation targets. Greenhouse gas emissions not only set up a baseline to prioritize actions but also aid a city monitor to advance if frequently updated, the mitigating GHG emissions could have co-benefits that enhances the well being of life by addressing air pollution and equity issues which happens at local scale. Towns have appeared as vanguards of climate leadership and have powerful relations with their citizens. Techniques such as integrated approach Read More
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fashion industry

Vaibhavi purohit MBA HR 10012 FASHION INDUSTRY csr in fashion industry The purpose of this study is to explore corporate social responsibility and how it influences sustainability within the fashion industry. A systematic literature review was carried out. The fashion industry, one of the largest industries in the world,, driven by aspirations of symbolic lifestyle and the creativity of architecture and design. It pushes the use of natural resources to its limits by mass production and a low-cost structure that motivates consumerism at large. (thorisdottir et al) Mediatories of fashion industry The fashion industry relates to all activities associated with Read More
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Life Of Human’s With Pets

AUTHOR – ELITA MENDONCA Pets are highly used to cope up with stress The relationship between pet ownership, pet attachment, loneliness, and coping with stress before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dog owners showed lower levels of loneliness prior to the pandemic as well as higher levels of attachment, suggesting possible species-level differences in these relationships. Pet owners also reported spending time with their pet as a highly used strategy for coping with stress. Loneliness was measured using a three-item scale wherein students were asked how often they would feel left out, lack companionship, or isolated from others. Coping with Read More
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Rhetoric of Religion

RHETORIC OF RELIGION Amruta Sargar Religious and populism Religious populists are “populist leaders/parties/movements with close links to organised religion, and which have a religion-based political programme influenced by Holy Books and theology”.(Ballman et al ;20) Narendra Modi, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Imran Khan may all be considered “religious populists” insofar as they have used religious discourse to not merely construct “the people”, but to actively create a more religious society in conjunction with religious authorities and/or religious organisations. Modi wears saffron to connect with the deeply religious Hindu masses through the sacred colour. Erdoğan has repeatedly used crude mannerisms dressed Read More
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Food Priorities

The Impact of COVID-19 on Food Priorities Author: Amrita Raut 1. In this article Scott, Barnard & Batchelor have given emphasis on understanding the energy required in cooking food. Innovative food products that take less energy to cook can clearly have an impact on the amount of cooking energy used in the household kitchen, as can increasing the consumption of food prepared outside of the home. Modern food systems will also feature more processed foods and more fresh foods, which will also mean higher energy consumptions. However, debates need to take into consideration reductions in cooking loads at the household Read More
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Connecting Technology and Innovation

Title: Connecting Technology and Innovation Author: Renuka Patil MBA_FIN_10006 Agribusiness: Agriculture is inevitably related to climate change and has every impact on humans, food and agriculture sector. The issue of climate uncertainty gives rise to unavailability of food and raw materials. To overcome this challenge MSME can look upon various strategies to run their business in an increasingly global and digital economy. MSME can gain a competitive advantage by expanding the role of information technology. The level of e-business adoption process has eight type of services one of which they can promote and innovate their business through digital social media Read More
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Post sale service of Apple

Apple pay Rs 35K to consumer During adjudication, Apple India responded to the notices and filed a written statement casting doubts on the Jena’s complaint. The Cuttack District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed Apple India and its service centre in Bhubaneswar to pay Rs 35,000 as compensation to an iPhone customer for manufacturing defects in the device. Santosh Jena, a local, said he had bought iPhone 7 (32 GB) from Apple Mobile Centre in Kendrapara on August 19, 2019. In July last year, he faced problems relating to the phone’s microphone, speaker, display and the battery. When he to Read More
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KitKat Case 1999

Kit Kat is a chocolate-covered wafer bar confection created by Rowntree’s of York, United Kingdom, and is now produced globally by Nestlé (which acquired Rowntree’s in 1988),except in the United States, where it is made under license by the H. B. Reese Candy Company, a division of the Hershey Company. A Kit Kat is a wafer it contains layers of wafers having an outer coating of chocolate. Majority of the constituents of Kit Kat was Wafers and only has a small layer of chocolate coating but the Commissioner of Central Excise said that if it has chocolate it has to Read More
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