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B12.5 B13.1: ENERGY AND EMISSIONS IN SOUTH ASIAN MEGA-CITIES: STUDY ON KOLKATA, DELHI AND MANILA

The cities represent a massive concentration of all human activities. But there has been a difference of opinion in regarding cities as eco-hazards or eco-devices. On one hand such a massive concentrations of human activities can be considered naturallynviable due to extraction of huge resources, hence it can also provide an opportunity to use these as eco-devices offering an opportunity for better and sustainable management of natural and human resources in smaller and manageable areas.

Ateneo Center for Social Policy and Public Affairs
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Ajero, M. Y.; environmental protection; research and development (R&D);
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