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Tourism and Plastic: Exploring the Contours 
June 04, 2018
The threat that plastic poses to the health of the planet has been raising alarm bells for some time..
 
As Women, Are We Really Economically Empowered A view from the point of view of Tourism 
April 10, 2018

Do we enjoy the same quality of life as our male counterparts? How can we, when the figures of women..

 
Meet the Majid Squad, a Group that Voluntarily Cleans Filth on Amarnath Yatra Routes 
January 29, 2018
Notwithstanding the National Green Tribunal directions, Governor N N Vohra recently decided that a 60-day-long..
 
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December 22, 2017

The Government of India’s recent “in principle” clearance to the international airport at Jewar, off Delhi, 16 years after the idea was first floated, is one of the sever

 
Sustainability is a choice – if we have the courage to make it 
September 27, 2017

Declaring 2017 as the year of Sustainable Tourism has once again served to highlight how unsustainable mainstream tourism..

 
EIA and Tourism Diluting Environmental Safeguards
August 26, 2016

Tourism: Diluting Environmental Safeguards
EQUATIONS

The ‘Environment Clearance’ process is a critical regulation to evaluate environmental impact of large development and industrial projects. An important tool in this process is the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA). “EIA is a planning tool that is now generally accepted as an integral component of sound decision-making. The objective of EIA is to foresee and address potential environmental problems/ concerns at an early stage of project planning and design. EIA systematically examines both beneficial and adverse consequences of the project and ensures that these effects are taken into account during project design.” (Govind Singh, 2007)
 
EIA is a tool to ensure sustainable development through comprehensive investigation and evaluation of potential impact of a proposed development project or activity. Though it has been used in some countries from the late 1960's, it gained wider applicability after the publication of the Brundtland Report (World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987).

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Keywords: Equitable Tourism Optipons,EQUATIONS, India, Tourism Impact, Environmental Imp[act Assessment, Environment