OPERATIONAL POWER PLANTS BASED IMPACTS ON PLANT BIODIVERSITY TO MEASURE ATMOSPHERE DEGRADATION IN SINGRAULI DISTRICT, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIAAbstract
Number of thermal power plants in Singrauli MP (India) has changes air composition, water quality and environmental conditions that consequently affected biodiversity, wildlife and migration of livings in the region. Operational thermal power plants produce enormous quantity of pollutants mostly fly ash as a by product of combustion of coal or any pulverized fuel at higher temperature. Industrial effluents contain several heavy metals distrusted the metabolic process of living organism due to easily dispersion and mobilization in environment. The eatables and applicable potential plants and vegetables altered by these heavy metals and concern derivatives which directly and indirectly posing severe risks to human health which, extremely toxic even in low concentration, and will accumulated in organisms and ecosystems. The National Action Plan on Climate Change must tackle properly the subject of power generation, renewable energy and energy competence sources. Increasing public attentiveness is one of the most important ways to conserve biodiversity. This can be accomplished through educational programs, incentive programs, and volunteer monitoring programs. Various organizations NGO’s and conferences that research biodiversity and associated conservation strategies help to identify areas of future research analyse the current trends of conservation and management associated with the biodiversity
R. Pandey *, P. K. Singh, S. K. Pandey, B. Singh and B. L. Patel
Study centre for Biochemistry, Awadesh Pratap Singh University, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, India.
28 January 2015
05 April 2015
27 April 2015
01 May 2015