Endangered species are wild animals or plants that are very likely to be extinct in the future, either worldwide or
What is Environmental Law?Environmental law consists of various legislations, enactments, and provisions to regulate human activity against the environment
What is Forest?A forest is defined as a large area of land dominated by trees. There are thousands of
Population density measures the number of individuals (people, animals, plants, microorganisms) per unit volume (water, air, or soil) or area.
The optimum population is defined as the size of the population that gives the maximum per capita income followed by
The hydrogen economy is intended to use hydrogen as commercial fuel to replace conventional fuels such as gasoline, natural gas,
Soil pollution is the change in soil's physical, chemical, and biological conditions through increased concentration of harmful chemical compounds. Soil
Renewable energy is the type of energy sourced from natural resources that constantly replenish. Renewable energy is often referred to as clean energy.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality (IAQ) represents the number of air pollutants present within and around buildings and structures. The gases (including
Air pollution is described as any physical, chemical, or biological change in the air due to harmful compounds (toxic gases,