Naresh Chandra Saxena
Land Acquisition Law, 2013 tries to do justice to affected project families, but much needs to be done
This volume of the Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development is devoted to reviewing the implementation issues surrounding The New Land Acquisition Law, 2013 and to examine whether the objectives of the law are being met. The six articles in this issue analyse various aspects of land acquisition - displacement, gender issues, provisions of the new law, tribal community issues, and social impact assessment as provisioned under the new law.
Sharma Neha, Lavania Meeta, Lal Banwari
Due to lack of natural drives in most of the oil reservoir has led to supplementation of the artificial drive viz injection of displacement fluid (either water or gas) within the reservoir. These recoveries are unable to channel the oil from high permeable zones therefore, results in poor sweep efficiency of the oil.
Analytical Investigation of Cymbopogon citratus and Exploiting the Potential of Developed Silver Nanoparticle Against the Dominating Species of Pathogenic Bacteria.
Basera Priyanka, Lavania Meeta, Agnihotri Anil, Lal Banwari
Indian biodiversity is a hub for medicinal plants. Extensive research has been carried out to select plants with numerous properties which can be used for human welfare. Present research is about Cymbopogon citratus, an economically valuable medicinal plant.
Sharma Neha, Lavania Meeta, Kukreti Vipin, Rana Dolly Pal, Lal Banwari
Bacterial Profile modification is an efficient process which brings the alteration in permeability of the porous media of the reservoir by selective plugging which eventually recover the residual oil. It is an advantageous and feasible method for residual oil
Evaluating the potential of indigenous methanogenic consortium for enhanced oil and gas recovery from high temperature depleted oil reservoir
Rathi Rohit, Lavania Meeta, Kukreti Vipin, Lal Banwari
In past years, lots of research has been focused on the indigenous bacteria and their mechanisms, which help in enhanced oil recovery. Most of the oil wells in Indian subcontinent have temperature higher than 60 °C. Also, the role of methanogenic consortia from high temperature petroleum reservoir for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) has not been explored much.
The Newer Paradigms to Link Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)
Thakur Amit Kumar and Datta Manipadma
CSR has evolved over time and has been gaining more importance for businesses in the context of sustainability and sustainable development (Arevalo, J. A., & Aravind, D, 2011). The concept of CSR is not new to India; historically speaking, social responsibility of companies is a well-established phenomenon in India, and the country has one of the world's richest traditions of CSR (Datta and Thakur 2018).
Setty H. H. Ninga; Gopal Lasya; Chinnaswamy K P
Tasar culture is a forest-based tribal oriented industry. It provides income and employment to the rural poor and tribals in Jharkhand and adjoining states in India. The government of Jharkhand has initiated various sericulture development schemes with the support of the Central Silk Board to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people in general and empowerment of tribals in particular. 17 schemes were implemented during the 11th and 12th Five year plan in Jharkhand State by the government.
Manuja Sourabh, Ahmad Kafeel, Haq Inamul
A key concern with the increasing waste generation and its improper management is emission of methane from disposal sites. Waste management contributed 14% of the total global methane emissions and about 3.45% of India’s total greenhouse gas (GHG)emissions in 2010 with 6,5052.47GgCO2eq emissions. In 2015, India committed to decrease its emissions intensity per unit gross domestic product by 33–35% below 2005 levelstill 2030.
Decentralized Organic Waste Management with Small-Scale Anaerobic Digester - A Case Study of Pune, India
Frankiewicz Tom, Damodaran Nimmi , Manuja Sourabh
Pune generates 2,100 metric tons of municipal solid waste per day, of which 45-50% is organic waste. One of the most successful features of Pune’s waste management is the city’s network of 26 decentralized biodigesters, each processing five to ten tonnes of organic waste per day. These biodigesters provide energy to light the neighborhood and soil amendment to maintain local green spaces. They vastly reduce transportation costs by treating waste locally rather than transporting them to centralized treatment or disposal facilities.
A Not-so-rare Species: Sightings of Mandarin Ratsnakes, Euprepiophis mandarinus (Cantor 1842), in the Zunheboto District of Nagaland, India
Lele Yatish, Kiba Vihoto , Sethi Pia, and Edake Siddharth
The Mandarin Ratsnake (Euprepiophis mandarinus) is a non-venomous colubrid native to China (including Taiwan), Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, and a few localities in India (Ji et al. 2012). The species occurs in subtropical and montane forests and agricultural areas, where these constrictors feed largely on small mammals (Whitaker and Captain 2004).