9.Sustainable Development Through Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
P. Mangaveni
Abstract: The co-existence of biotic and abiotic objects in the eco system makes the environment invariably healthy. The biotic component includes human beings, animals, birds, flora pawna. The abiotic group includes land, water, air, sky, water along with their energy components; the survival of biotic group on abiotic components is in tune leading to sustainable environment. However, the unhealthy activities of human beings are increased day by day leading to ecological imbalance. The main threat to the rich resource of medicinal plants (CITES) and endangered animals in the forest range thereby leading to ecological imbalance. The golden nature is diminished by the activities hampered and impede by extrinsic influences remarkably. On the other hand the liberal usage of plastics by the tourist leading to soil and water pollution. Eco Tourism geared up in many parts of North Eastern states of India in competence with European countries. The concept of minimizing the pollutants, reuse and recycling should be incorporated by many of the tourist area. The best strategies by the Eco tourism for the sustainable development are highlighted in the present paper with 3R approach. Keywords: Sustainable development- eco system-reduce- reuse- recycling