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List of the topics which are covered in the PDF Book is:

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
UNIT -1
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 OBJECTIVES
1.3 MEANING OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.4 SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.5 IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.6 NEED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.7 RATIONALE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.8 GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.9 OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AT SCHOOL
1.10 ECOSYSTEMS: DEFINITION, CONCEPT, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTIONS
1.10.1 Structure and Function of an ecosystem
1.10.2 Functions of an Ecosystem
1.10.3 General characterization of ecosystem functions
1.11 MATTER AND CYCLES OF MATTER
1.11.1 Carbon Cycle
1.11.2 Oxygen Cycle
1.11.3 Nitrogen Cycle
1.11.4 Phosphorus cycle
1.11.5 Sulfur cycle
1.11.6 Energy and cycles of energy
1.11.7 Energy Flow

SUGGESTED READINGS
Nagarajan.K and Sivakumar.P, “Environmental Education”, Ram Pub., Chennai – 93. (2003)
Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).

ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND PROTECTION
UNIT – II
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 OBJECTIVES
2.3 INTRODUCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
2.3.1 Definition of Environmental Pollution
2.3.2 Classification of Environmental Pollution
2.3.3 Hazardous Waste
2.3.4 E- Waste
2.3.5 Nuclear Pollution
2.3.6 Ozone Layer Depletion
2.4 IMPACTS OF URBANIZATION ON ENVIRONMENT
2.5 DEFORESTATION AND ITS IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT
2.6 LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY
2.6.1 Noise pollution
2.6.2 Climate Change
2.6.3 Fundamentals of prevention and control of air pollution
2.6.4 Water pollution prevention and control
2.6.5 Soil erosion and its prevention
2.6.6 Mitigation of Noise pollution
2.7 CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers,
Chennai.(2002).
3. Veera Bala Rastogi and Jayaraj “Animal ecology and distribution of animals”, Kedar Nath
Ram nath, New Delhi. (1984).

INDIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND POLICIES
UNIT – III
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 OBJECTIVES
3.3 ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
3.3.1 Objectives of Environmental Awareness
3.3.2 The objectives of environmental education are summarized by UNESCO/UNEP
3.3.3 Strategies for Environmental Awareness
3.4 ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS OF INDIA
3.5 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
3.6 CONSERVATIONS OF BIODIVERSITY
3.7 IUCN RED LIST
3.8 RED LIST OF THREATENED PLANTS
3.8.1 Ecoregions (WWF)
3.8.2 Natural World Heritage Sites (UNESCO)
3.8.3 Endemic Bird Areas (Birdlife International)
3.8.4 Biodiversity Hotspots (Conservation International)
3.8.5 Wilderness Areas (Conservation International)
3.8.6 The Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) Sites

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers,
Chennai. (2002).
3. Veera Bala Rastogi and Jayaraj “Animal ecology and distribution of animals”, Kedar
Nath Ram Nath, New Delhi. (1984).
4. Lewis, Geraid E. “A Review of Classroom methodologies for environmental education”,
The journal of environmental education, (1982).
5. Lange, Robert R. “Environmental Education Needs Assessment and Evaluation”,
Colorado. (1980).

HUMAN POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
UNIT-IV
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 OBJECTIVES
4.3 CAUSES OF OVERPOPULATION
4.4 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS
4.5 POPULATION EXPLOSION
4.5.1 Demographic transition
4.6 EFFECTS OF OVERPOPULATION
4.7 STEPS TO CONTROL POPULATION IN INDIA
4.8 NATIONAL FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMME
4.9 FACTORS AFFECTING ENVIRONMENT
4.9.1 Acid rain
4.9.2 Greenhouse effect
4.9.3 Extinction species

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers,
Chennai.(2002).
3. Lewis, Geraid E. “A Review of Classroom methodologies for environmental education”,
The journal of environmental education, (1982).
4. Lange, Robert R. “Environmental Education Needs Assessment and Evaluation”,
Colorado. (1980).

INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
UNIT-V
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 OBJECTIVES
5.3 DEFINITIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
5.4 THE STOCKHOLM CONFERENCE
5.4.1 Stockholm Declaration
5.4.2 Salient Recommendations of the Stockholm Conference
5.5 BRUNDTLAND COMMISSION
5.6 RIO CONFERENCE
5.6.1 Rio Declaration at the earth charter
5.6.2 Principles of Rio Conference
5.6.3 Major Achievements of the Rio Summit
5.6.4 Main features of the Rio Declaration
5.7 KYOTO CONFERENCE AND PART ON GLOBAL WARMING (1997)
5.8 PRESENT DEVELOPMENTS

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers, Chennai.(2002).
3. Lewis, Geraid E. “A Review of Classroom methodologies for environmental education”,
The journal of environmental education, (1982).
4. Lange, Robert R. “Environmental Education Needs Assessment and Evaluation”, Colorado.
(1980).

ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS IN INDIA
UNIT VI
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 OBJECTIVES
6.3 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND LEGISLATION IN INDIA
6.3.1 Policy and Laws in Ancient India
6.3.2 Policy and Laws in Medieval India
6.3.3 Policy and Laws in British India
6.3.4 Policy and Laws after Independence
6.3.5 Recent Legislative Measures (Delegated Legislation)
6.3.6 General Legislations on Environment
6.4 INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS
6.5 MEDIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
6.6 ROLE OF NGO’S IN PROTECTION FOR THE ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA
6.7 ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS IN INDIA
6.7.1 Silent Valley Project
6.7.2 Chipko Movement
6.7.3 Narmada Bachao Andolan, 1985
6.7.4 National Test Range at Baliapal
6.8 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers,
Chennai. (2002).
3. Veera Bala Rastogi and Jayaraj “Animal ecology and distribution of animals”, Kedar
Nath Ram Nath, New Delhi. (1984).
4. Lange, Robert R. “Environmental Education Needs Assessment and Evaluation”,
Colorado. (1980).

ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH PROGRAMME
UNITVII
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 OBJECTIVES
7.3 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
7.4 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPRAISAL
7.5 GLOBAL EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS FOR NATURAL HAZARDS
7.6 SOCIETY, CULTURE, AND ENVIRONMENT
7.7 ETHICAL VALUES OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
7.7.1 Environmental Values
7.7.2 Cultural values
7.7.3 Environmental Aesthetics
7.7.4 Recent Developments in Environmental Aesthetics
7.8 MAN AND ENVIRONMENT
7.8.1 The Process of Scientific Evaluation
7.8.2 Scientific Assessment
7.8.3 Environmental Risk Assessment
7.8.4 Public Engagement
7.9 PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE OF ECOLOGY
7.9.1 Rights and responsibilities in ecology understanding
7.9.2 Environmental Responsibility

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pannerselvam, A and Mohana Ramakrishnan “Environmental science education” Sterling
publication, New Delhi. (2005).
2. Nagarajan and Sivakumar.P “Environmental Education”, Ram Publishers,
Chennai. (2002).
3. Veera Bala Rastogi and Jayaraj “Animal ecology and distribution of animals”, Kedar
Nath Ram Nath, New Delhi. (1984).
4. Lewis, Gerard E. “A Review of Classroom methodologies for environmental education”,
The journal of environmental education, (1982).
5. Lange, Robert R. “Environmental Education Needs Assessment and Evaluation”,
Colorado. (1980).

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