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Robotics in logistics & sustainability

We have multidisciplinary risks associated with robots in logistics industry. This section of the report tries to briefly describes the risk. Economic risks [1″,2″,3″,4″,5″,6] Financial Challenges Any company faces risk of stability when large capital expenditure (CAPEX) is required for a project. Operational expenditure (OPEX) may not be that higher, but given the nature of automation in logistics, small to…

Role of medicinal plants in increasing green economy for a better sustainability

Role of Medicinal plants in increasing green economy for a better sustainability *Dr. A. Suvarna Latha, Dr.K.S.Shanthi Sree, Dr.P.Lakshmi Padmavathi”, Prof.D.Bharathi and Prof.K.Nagalakshmamma Dept. of Biosciences and Sericulture”, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (Women’s University), Tirupati *Corresponding Email Id: suvarnalatha.2009@gmail.com ABSTRACT Plants are the source of food, shelter, fuel, medicine, fiber and provide numerous resources for the survival of man on…

Urban sustainability

The current trend in Globalisation is widespread and causing agglomerations of many smaller towns, cities and even villages that surround major metropolitans as well as migrations, rural industria-lisations etc.The urbanisation of cities are greatly significant as they not only serve as financial centres but also are the main areas consisting of the consumer and manufacturing markets. Cities on an average…

Assignment 5 sustainability

Principle 1 – Greatest Equal Liberty “Everyone is entitled to basic freedom” is the concept in Rawls’ first principle. This freedom includes freedom of speech, rights to education, human rights etc. This principle distributes extensive liberties or freedom equally to all individuals. It is immoral for one individual to hold such huge net worthwhile someone somewhere is starving and cannot…

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