Tag: alleviation

Heavy metals alleviation by use of nano fertilizers

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Heavy metal pollution is not only a hazard to living organisms but also an important worldwide environmental concern. These metals occur naturally in the biosphere as a result of volcanic eruptions and weathering of rocks. Recently, more heavy metals have been released into the environment due to various human activities such as mining, fossil fuel […]…Read More

Naturally growing wild plants are beneficial for chromium alleviation

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Pakistan is an agricultural country and its GDP majorly dependent on agriculture. Since 2005 crop growth and productivity reduced due to rapid industrialization. Due to energy crisis farmers prefer to use waste water as it is easily available. Farmers are unaware of nature of waste water as it is major source of contaminants like heavy metals and other toxicants. Chromium (Cr) is seventh most abundant element in earth crust. In earth crust Cr abundance ranges from 100 to 300 micrograms per…Read More

Forest based poverty alleviation

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article image By Syed Kashan Hyder Gillani and Aqib Raza,Sohail TariqTHE FOREST Based Poverty Alleviation (FBPA) is an encompassing term where forest resources are used to avoid or eliminate poverty. FBPA is not a standalone process. Forests and trees play an important role in alleviation of poverty with so many aspects following are the aspects discussed to encounter poverty.Fire Wood As we know wood is used as a fuel in most of the rural areas. Due to lack of forests wood is going to be expensive day by day…Read More

Forest based poverty alleviation

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FOREST BASED poverty alleviation (FBPA) is an encompassing term where forest resources are used to avoid or eliminate poverty. FBPA is not a standalone process. Forests and trees play an important role in alleviation of poverty with so many aspects following are the aspects discussed to encounter poverty.Fire Wood: As we know wood is used as a fuel in most of the rural areas. Due to lack of forests wood is going to be expensive day by day in Pakistan. So in these critical conditions poor people…Read More