Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Sustainable

Spatial Development Plan For Papua Province As Instruments On Sustainable Development

Lego Karjoko; Djoko Wahju Winarno

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2811-2819

The regional spatial plan is one of Indonesia's main future goal for development that upholds the prosperity of the people, spesifically in Province of Papua, hence the issuance of the Papua Provincial Regulation on it’s spatial plans, are expected to realize a sustainable spatial planning in Papua and as well restoring the environment’s balance considering the problem of decreasing number of forest areas in Papua that caused by coal mining activities. Therefore, an action of making strict and clear restrictions must be made, if there are no such strict restrictions and arrangements, it eventually will result in environmental damage that will be experienced by our future generations. The effects of enviromental damage which will be experienced by our future generations if this so, are already contradictory with the realization of the principle of intergenerational justice.

Role Of Green Manuring In Sustainable Agriculture: A Review

Kajal Gill; Sandeep Sandhu; Manjeet Mor; Tarun Kalmodiya; Maninder Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2361-2366

The declination of soil quality is a major concern nowadays. Due to the use of Green revolution techniques the production has increased to much extent but it has caused the detioration of the soil quality, degradation of land which ultimately affects the human health and environment. Accumulation of agrochemicals in the soil is decreasing the soil quality which also leads to less fertility of the soil. The use of green manures crops can restore the soil fertility, prevent soil erosion, improve physico-chemical properties of soil, maintain genetic balance; mainly they act as nutrient supply to the succeeding crops. They not only improve the physical, biological property of the soil but also protect the plants from diseases. Therefore, it helps in plant protection also. Various research papers, research activities of green manures are reviewed here for role of green manuring in sustainable agriculture.

“An Analysis Of Job Seekers Inclination Towards CER Organisation”

Acharya Supriya Pavithran; Dr. C. Nagadeepa; Dr. Baby Niviya Feston

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4698-4707

The word CSR and CER has become potential strategy used to attract the best talent in this
era. Thisresearch is conducted to understand the impact of CER (Corporate Environment
Responsibility) activity are having to increase the corporate attractive in Bangalore labour
market. Further, focuses on the preferences offered by the job seekers towards working in
an organization promoting Corporate Environmental Responsibility. The prime focuses of
such organizations are contributing an amount of resources for the general well-being of
humanity in the process of profit making. In the words of William Ford Jr. “I believe the
distinction between a good company and a great one is this: A good company delivers
excellent products and services, a great one delivers excellent products and services and
strives to make the world a better place”. The study will concentrate on the performance of
the organization in inviting their probable future employees with the advent of
Environmental Preservation and Protection. The research will undertake a sample survey
based on questionnaire on such job seekers. The research attempts to unravel the benefit
from the heightened awareness of climate change, inequality, and diminishing energy
resources, large and small businesses alike have been under pressure to contribute to the
greater good.


Sachin Aditya; Vishnu Priya. V; Kavitha. S .; R. Gayathri

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2824-2841

Heavy dependence of fossil fuels among people contributes to GHG emissions and air pollution. This survey assesses the awareness of renewable energy sources among the general population. Various factors and benefits of switching back to renewable energy sources includes reduction in atmospheric pollution and saving from monthly energy bills can be done if solar energy was used instead of electrical energy. With the advancement of smart technologies conversion of renewable energy from one source to another became easier, This study consists of structured questionnaires administered to participants through online google forms link. The data was collected and statistically analysed using SPSS software. The people were aware of the benefits of renewable energy, they needed to educate the society regarding the prevention of environment pollution by switching to renewable energy sources consumption. The association between groups was assessed by Chi Square test where p < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. This study concludes that there is awareness upto a certain extent among people on renewable energy sources. Even though not significant, the majority of the 15 to 20 years aged study population knows better about renewable energy than the other age groups. The awareness about the benefits of renewable energy is required for a better future.