Natural Resources Management
Working responsibly towards providing solutions to save environment at global level
Natural resources defines land, water, air, minerals, forests, fisheries, wild flora and fauna etc. which provides fundamental support to life and economic processes. Natural Resources are critical to human life and that’s why its most vulnerable asset to be misused and exploitated by HomoSapiens.
" As per World Bank report- Eleven percent of the earth's vegetated surface (1.2 billion hectares) has been significantly degraded by human activity over the past 45 years, affecting more than 900 million people in 100 countries. Erosion, salinization, compaction, and other forms of degradation affect 30 percent of the world's irrigated lands, 40% of rainfed agricultural lands, and 70% of rangelands. More than one fifth of the world's tropical forests has been cleared since 1960. Globally, 12 million to 15 million hectares of forest are lost every year, in addition to substantial areas of grasslands and wetlands. In 1990, 28 countries, with a total population of about 335 million, experienced “water stress”- availability of less than 1,700 cubic meters per person per year. By 2025, this figure is expected to grow to around 50 countries, affecting some 3 billion people. "
(Reference: World Bank)
Natural resource management (NRM) refers to conscious utilisation of natural resources and to deal with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact with focus on scientific and technical understanding of resources and ecology.
AT LGF we understand the importance of Natural Resources, that is why we took NRM as our moral responsibility being an IT corporate and innovate to save natural resources with blend of team of environmentalists and IT specialists.