Environmental Education UNIT – 1 1. Swachh Bharat – An Environmental Awakening 1.1 Meaning, Concept, Definition of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 1.1.1 Introduction 1.1.2 Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 1.1.3 Need of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 1.1.4 Concept of Swachh Bharat 1.2 Evolution of The Concept of Swachh Bharat, Objectives, It’s Campaign & Exclusion 1.2.1 Evolution of The Concept of Swachh Bharat 1.2.2 Objectives of Swachh Bharat 1.2.3 Swachh Bharat Campaign 1.2.4 Execution of The Swachh Bharat Project 1.3 Integration of Swachh Bharat Campaign with educational Institution 1.4 Strategies to implement The Swachh Bharat Campaign in Schools & Other Educational Institutions UNIT-1 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 2 2. Objectives, Scope & Nature of Environmental Education 2.1 Meaning, importance, Definition, Characteristics & Objectives of Environmental Education 2.1.1 Environmental Education 2.1.2 Importance of Environmental Education 2.1.3 Characteristics of Environmental Education 2.1.4 Aims & Objectives of Environmental Education 2.2 Factors of Degradation of Environment – Adverse Socio-economic impacts of Degradation of Environment 2.2.1 What is Environmental Degradation 2.2.2 Factors That Are Responsible for Environmental Degradation 2.2.3 Causes of Environmental Degradation 2.2.4 Effects of Environmental Degradation 2.3 Types of Pollution: Land, Air, Water, Noise & Radiation 1. Land Pollution 2. Air Pollution 3. Water Pollution 4. Noise Pollution 5. Radiation Pollution 2.4 Green House Effect – Ozone Layer Depletion 2.4.1 Green House Effect 2.4.2 Green House Gases 2.4.3 Effects of Green House Effect 2.4.4 Ozone Layer Depletion 2.5 Importance of Need & Scope of Environmental Conservation & Regeneration 2.5.1 Conservation of Environment 2.5.2 Importance of Environmental Conservation 2.5.3 Environmental Regeneration 2.6 Impact of Industry, Mining, Transports on Environment 2.6.1 Positive impact of industrialization 2.6.2 Negative impact of industrialization 2.6.3 Impact of Mining on Environment 2.6.4 Impact of Transport on Environment UNIT-2 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 3 3. Environmental Management & Protection 3.1 Environmental management & Protection 3.1.1 The Concept of Environmental Management 3.1.2 Scope of Environmental Management 3.1.3 Need for Environmental Management 3.1.4 Functions & Characteristics of Environmental Management 3.2 Dimensions of Environmental Management – Factors Responsible for Flora & Fauna Extinction 3.2.1 Dimensions of Environmental Management 3.2.2 Factors Responsible for Flora & Fauna Extintion 3.3 Measures to Conserve Flora & Fauna – Causes for Forest Fire – Measures of Prevention 3.3.1 The Need of Conservation of Flora & Fauna 3.3.2 Causes for Forest Fire – Measures of Prevention 3.3.3 Prevention & Control Measures for Forest Fires in India 3.4 Major Environmental Problems in India – Environmental Protection & Policies in India 3.4.1 Major Environmental Problems 3.4.2 Environmental Protection & Policies in India 3.5 Need & Objectives of Conservation – environmental Conservation Measures 3.5.1 Environmental Conservation Measures Taken In India 3.5.2 Waste Management 3.5.3 Alternative Sources of Energy 3.5.4 Organic Farming 3.5.5 Rain Water Harvesting 22.214.171.124 Surface Run-Off Harvesting 126.96.36.199 Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting 3.5.6 Rain Water Harvesting Techniques 3.5.7 Community Participation in Nature Resource Management, Water & Forests 3.6 Constitutional Amendments Made & Environmental Laws UNIT-3 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 4 4. Environmental Movements & Developments 4.1 Environmental Movements in India 4.1.1 Silent Valley Movement 4.1.2 Chipko Movement 4.1.3 Narmada Bachao Andolan 4.1.4 National Test Range at Balipal, Orissa 4.2 Conditions for Achieving The Goals of Sustainable Development 4.3 Strategies for sustainable Development in India 4.4 The Stockhlom Conference 1972 4.4.1 Brundt-Land Commission 1983 4.4.2 Nairobi Conference 1982 4.4.3 The RIO Summit 1992 4.5 The RIO Declaration at The Earth Charter – Majoe Achievements of The RIO Summit – Main Features of The RIO Declaration 4.5.1 The RIO Declaration at The Earth Charter 4.5.2 Major Achievements of The RIO Summit 4.5.3 Main Features of The RIO Declaration 4.6 Kyoto Conference & Part on Global Warming 1997 UNIT-4 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 5 5. Environmental Education in The School Curriculum & Means To Sensitize The Students 5.1 Environmental Education at Primary, Secondary & Higher Secondary 5.1.1 Environmental Education at Primary Education Level 5.1.2 Environmental Education at Upper Primary Stage 5.1.3 Environmental Education at Secondary Education Level 5.1.4 Environmental Education at Higher Education Level 5.2 Major Constraints for it’s implementation at These Levels 5.2.1 Issues & Constraints 5.3 Teacher’s Role – National resource Center For Environmental Education 5.4 Characteristics of Good teaching Method 5.5 Seminar, workshop. Problem Solving, Field Trips & Surveys, Projects, exhibition & Other Methods 5.5.1 Seminars 5.5.2 Workshop 5.5.3 Problem-Solving 5.5.4 Field-Trips 5.5.5 Surveys 5.5.6 Projects 5.5.7 Exhibition 5.5.8 Other Methods 5.6 Relative Efficiency of Teaching Methods 5.6.1 Role of I.T. and Media in Environment & Human Health UNIT-5 . LET’S READ….