Energy

Crises, Challenges and Solutions
 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 1. September 2021
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  • 352 Seiten
 
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Energy

Global energy demand has more than doubled since 1970. The use of energy is strongly related to almost every conceivable aspect of development: wealth, health, nutrition, water, infrastructure, education and even life expectancy itself are strongly and significantly related to the consumption of energy per capita. Many development indicators are strongly related to per-capita energy consumption. Fossil fuel is the most conventional source of energy but also increases greenhouse gas emissions. The economic development of many countries has come at the cost of the environment. However, it should not be presumed that a reconciliation of the two is not possible.

The nexus concept is the interconnection between the resource energy, water, food, land, and climate. Such interconnections enable us to address trade-offs and seek synergies among them. Energy, water, food, land, and climate are essential resources of our natural environment and support our quality of life. Competition between these resources is increasing globally and is exacerbated by climate change. Improving resilience and securing resource availability would require improving resource efficiency. Many policies and programs are announced nationally and internationally for replacing the conventional mode and also emphasizing on conservation of fossil fuels and reuse of exhausted energy, so a gap in implications and outcomes can be broadly traced by comparing the data.

This book aims to highlight problems and solutions related to conventional energy utilization, formation, and multitudes of ecological impacts and tools for the conservation of fossil fuels. The book also discusses modern energy services as one of the sustainable development goals and how the pressure on resource energy disturbs the natural flows. The recent advances in alternative energy sources and their possible future growth are discussed and on how conventional energy leads to greenhouse gas formation, which reduces energy use efficiency. The different policies and models operating is also addressed, and the gaps that remained between them. Climate change poses a challenge for renewable energy, and thus it is essential to identify the factors that would reduce the possibility of relying on sustainable energy sources.

This book will be of interest to researchers and stakeholders, students, industries, NGOs, and governmental agencies directly or indirectly associated with energy research.

About the Editors

Dr Pardeep Singh is Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, PGDAV College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Dr Suruchi Singh is Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, Sunbeam College For Women, MGKVP University, Bhagwanpur, Varanasi, India.

Dr Gaurav Kumar is Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, PGDAV College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Dr Pooja Baweja is Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

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About the Editors

Dr Pardeep Singh is Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, PGDAV College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Dr Suruchi Singh is Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, Sunbeam College For Women, MGKVP University, Bhagwanpur, Varanasi, India.

Dr Gaurav Kumar is Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, PGDAV College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Dr Pooja Baweja is Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.
Preface or Foreword?

1. Energy crisis and climate change: global concerns and their solutions
Sandeepa Singh

2. Advances in Alternative Sources of Energy - Opening new doors for Energy Sustainability
Jyoti Tyagi

3. Recent advances in alternative sources of energy
Maya Verma,a Ambikab and Pradeep Pratap Singhc*

4. Energy and Development in the 21st Century - A road towards a Sustainable Future: An Indian Perspective
Shikha Menani* and Kiran Yadav

5. Energy Development as a Driver of Economic Growth: Evidence from Developing Nations
1Dr Md Rashid Farooqi
2Dr Md Akhlaqur Rahman
3Dr Md Faiz Ahmad
4Supriya

6. Pathways of Energy Transition and its Impact on Economic Growth: A Case Study of Brazil
Pooja Sharma*

7. Renewable energy: sources, importance and prospects for sustainable future
SHACHI AGRAWAL1 AND RENU SONI*2

8. Clean Energy Sources for A Better and Sustainable Environment of Future Generations
APARNA NAUTIYAL1* AND AYYAGARI RAMLAL2

9. Sustainable energy policies of India to address air pollution and climate change
Prem Lata Meena1*, Vinay2, Anirudh Sehrawat2

10. A Regime Complex and Technological Innovation in Energy System: A Brazilian Experience
Pooja Sharma*

11. Opportunities in the Living Lights: Special reference to Bioluminescent Fungi
Pramod Kumar Mahish1*, Nagendra Kumar Chandrawanshi2*, Shriram Kunjam3 and S. K. Jadhav2

12. Production of Liquid Biofuels from Lignocellulosic Biomass
Manoj Kumar Singh1, Sumit Sahni2, Anita Narang3

13. Sustainable Solution for Future Energy Challenges through Microbes
Sumit Sahni1*, Manoj Kumar Singh2, Anita Narang3

14. Fungal Microbial Fuel Cells, an opportunity for energy sources: Current Perspective and future challenges
Sudakshina Tiwari1, Deepali1, Anjali Kosre1, Pramod Kumar Mahish2, S.K. Jadhav1 and Nagendra Kumar Chandrawanshi1*

15. Current Perspective of Sustainable Utilization of Agro-Waste and Biotransformation of Energy in Mushroom
Anjali Kosre1*, Deepali1 , Pramod Kumar Mahish2 and Nagendra Kumar Chandrawanshi1

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