Volume No. 9 Issue No.: 3 Page No.: 686-695 January-March 2015




Singh S. K.*, Mishra R. K., Saini Kr. Naveen1 and Agarwal Jyoti2

1. Delhi Technological University, Shahbad Daulatpur, New Delhi (INDIA)
2. Banasthali Vidyapith Newai, Rajasthan (INDIA)


Received on : November 10, 2014




Recently, a trend of green concept and sustainable development been much talked into various conferences, seminars and the topic raises the human concern and their responsibility towards environment and nature. Although, this concept has not received a very wide acknowledgement in India, but there are certain organizations and experts who have started talking about green and sustainable development. But, development of green project has to achieve certain stages and must be started at the very initial stage of construction but, the past trends shows that, soon such new objectives vanishes into air as the concern group withdraw their supports. Although, experts admitted that, the green concept has various positive impacts towards environment and other natural resources but, still people are not keen to accept and implement the green concept. The current study is about identifying those issues and a problem which creates hurdle in acceptance of the green concept and also try to find out the solution or way-out which can help in effective implementation of green concept.


Keywords : Green concept, Sustainable development, Initial cost involvement, Government subsidy, Natural resources