Prediction and Assessment of Environmental Impacts (Effects) on the Design and Interdisciplinary Arts Cotton Textile Environment for Industry 3.0 Cotton Roller Ginning Process
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer
Professional Engineer and Doctor, Co-ordinator, Engineering Council of India, Guest Lecturer, Dr. Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer Techno-Economic-Environmental Study and Check Consultancy Services, Department of Pharmacology and Environmental Toxicology, University of Madras, A-2/31, Kendriya Vihar-II, Paruthipattu, Avadi, Chennai-600 071, India
Abstract: The article discusses prediction and assessment of environmental impacts (effects) on the design and interdisciplinary arts cotton textile environment for industry 3.0 cotton roller ginning process. "Environmental Impact Assessment "(EIA) can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential impacts (effects) of proposed projects, plans, policies, programs, or legislative actions relative to the physical-chemical, physical-biological, biological chemical, cultural, anthropological, architectural, archaeological, socio-economical and surveillance components of the total environment. The past five decades have been characterized by passage of EIA legislation dealing with the environment, including legislation on control of land, air and water pollution, solid-and hazardous-waste management, resource conservation and recovery, and soil and ground water and surface water remediation. Coronavirus and Byssinosis Disease Impact Assessment (CIA) is investigated and discussed. Sustainable development is the artistic idea that science and humanities must live and meet their needs without compromising the efficacy and efficiency of future generations to meet their own needs. Prediction and assessment of environmental impacts (effects) on the design and interdisciplinary arts cotton textile environment for industry 4.0 cotton roller ginning process are devised. Sustainable design and interdisciplinary arts environment for cotton ginning process is presented. The case study and check of strengthening of agricultural extension through sustainable entrepreneurship is discussed in this article.
Keywords: Agriculture, cotton, design, environment, entrepreneurship, ginning, interdisciplinary arts, industry 3.0, sustainability, textiles.