Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Globalization


A Study on enhancing Livelihoods of Tribal‟s in India through sustainable development strategies

C. Mrinalini Sasanka; B. Kishore Babu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 2736-2743

Resources are the shared wealth of a nation such as an origin of supply, support and principally on that can be readily haggard upon for further use. Forests are the divine bliss and gift of nature so many livelihoods depends upon these forests for their living. These resources are needed for economic development and also for the sustainable livelihood of the tribal’s especially for their livelihood. Tribal and rural people are dependent on forest resources for their livelihoods. It is important to enhance approaches that demonstrate valuable linkages between sustainable livelihoods and conservation management by local tribal and pastoral people. Conservation can only be successful in the long-term if strategies are based on, and compatible with, peoples’ current ways of living, their social, political and cultural environment and ability to adapt. Preservation should aspire to deliver positive benefits for those people who are dependent on environmental goods and services, and who stand the costs of conservation, environmental degradation and extreme events. This paper tries to explore the complex processes related to rural struggle for survival and improvement. The understanding of giving support for the strengthening of rural livelihoods and natural resources, governance has to develop cooperation and then can be designed to promote sustainable production and socio-cultural systems. The rural people should be educated with the knowledge of customary resources and the link with environment in close co-operation with widespread poverty and global impact with the millennium development goals

TECHNOLOGIES OF “SMART CITY” IN THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN

Dr. Prof. Uljaeva Shohistahon; Djumaniyazov Rahimboy; Khafizova Zukhra; Xudoyberganova Marg’uba; Khudayberganov Ganisher

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6357-6363

The article analyzes new technologies of a smart city in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Now it is very convenient and traditionally considered new innovative cities. History also had some kind of smart cities, they were somewhat similar to each other. They were protected by walls, all streets connected to the main street. Historical experience today is very important for the development of a smart city. The authors studied the historical aspects of smart cities, examined the example of Central Asian urban planning from a historical perspective. Today the demographic development of cities requires careful and potential use of urban resources. A number of measures have been taken in Uzbekistan to form a "smart city" until 2030