CURE India

In nature there is distinct classification of living and non-livings and their mutual existence from eras itself reflects their intrinsic importance for each other. After the industrialization in 16th century the world shifted in new horizon where the human intervention with natures for his better living prospered up to 19th century. Initially the exploring resources found in nature were had man kindness with maximum benefits to species found on earth. Slowly rift between plenary powers over resources and trust communities broaden which later on started a debate over the authority of man over nature. Scholars from economic, sociology, politics, anthropocentric field tried to establish coordination theory among the human and non-human resources available in nature. Inter dependencies   theories developed & appeared in the representative form i.e. national & international institutions. UNO, World Bank, WTO etc. which enjoy delegated powers to bring better coordination. International institutions have stretched their stimulus into policy areas conventionally kept as the privileges of autonomous states, and forms of international cooperation have become progressively formalized at international documents. Initially the debate were happened for the better polity of the well being’s of human but gradually the over exploitation attracted the world leaders scientist eminent to focus on natures back and institutions shifted their observation towards extent of human intervention in nature and repercussions in return. The role of these international organizations became paramount and in reality, the most powerful states were relying increasingly on international institutions. World came at common agenda first time 1972 in stockholm conference as to human interactions with the environment were theme to discuss it was first of its kind to point out and recognize the development and relations with nature. In 1992 resolutions adopted at Agenda 21 were extended in 1997 to fight global warming. Kyoto conference was held in Japan, 1997 and entered into force in 2005.

Kyoto protocol mandated the nations to reduce the GHG emission level equally although resulting Protocol fell short of expectations in several respects, however the global community is look more committed in recent years to combat global problems. This rift among the developed and developing nations created in past decade need to be pooled to compound the challenges to international resolutions.

The role of E-Waste in GHG emission is still a subject matter of study among the researchers, but prima facie the empirical data coming in nascent phases are withdrawing our attentions in formulating the new designs. There is now need of some global coordination mechanism to thread the efforts of organization institutions and government specifically to mitigate e-waste problems.