Green Quotient In Indian Libraries: A study. Neeta D. Gundawar. Research Scholar R.K. Talreja College, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Maharashtra. India. firstname.lastname@example.org. Today's Buzz Word’s. Go green Green terror Green business Green innovations Green centers
Neeta D. Gundawar.
R.K. Talreja College, Ulhasnagar,
Thane, Maharashtra. India.
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Sustainable development is ‘a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’. The Brundtland Commission, 1987.
Gandhiji-The Swadeshi movement was a good example of using natural resources to manufacture items of everyday use with minimum damage to the surrounding natural environment.This is what sustainable development, which we are discussing today is all about.Auroville- conceived the idea in 1930 and started in 1968.
1. Taipe green library2. Concordia University library3. Santa Monica public library4. Michigan State University’s library5. West Vancouver Memorial library
1. Anna centenary library- Chennai, Tamil Nadu is the Asia’s largest green library.Another outstanding feature of this library is gold rating by the Indian green building council (IGBC) in recognition of its energy efficient design .
2. Carvi library-Which is initiated by Mr. Ajit Barje at Nashik, India.The Library aims to focus nature and environment is primarily to let people understand the importance of natural surroundings for the well being
4. Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra OpenUniversity Library-Is situated at Nashik, Maharashtra.The construction of the building was completed in the year 2010. With the total expenditure of Rs. 12.5 crore.
5.Baroda Central Library-
The library is 80 years old. It is undoubtedly a structure of past, but it has been designed for the future.
It was built at the cost of Rs.4 lakhs.
Founded by Madhavrao Sayajirao Gaekwad.
1.World commission on environment and world development. (1987).The Brundtland commission, oxford university press.2.http://www.clinicaverde.org3.http://www.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/bangalore/eco-friendly-buildings-conserve-natural-resources/articleshow/877153.cms4.http://in.saint-gobain-glass.com on 18thdecember 2011.