India's Northeastern Region consists of eight states -- Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura -- occupying 262,179 square kilometers and with a population of 39 million (2001 census). This report has come about at the request of the Indian Government for the World Bank to focus more of its attention on the Northeastern Region in order to support poverty reduction and development in the region. Accordingly, the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (MoDONER) and the Bank devised a study that would provide a broad, regionwide view. This report synthesizes the study, which focuses on water and forests, two key interconnected resources of the region, and the institutional framework that deals with their management. This paper includes the following headings: introduction; objective, process, audience, and scope of this study; the Northeast Region -- water and forest resources; institutional environment; key findings of the study; challenges for the Northeast Region; recommendations for priority activities, and conclusions.
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Assam Coal, Limestone, Petroleum, Granite, Silimanite, Iron ore, Quartzite, Feldsper, Clay, Natural Gas, Oil Assam has a host of mineral deposit among which coal, oil and natural gas have only been commercially exploited.
coal, log gas,. petroleum products, abundant water, wood,bamboo, medicinal plants,limestone
North America produces corn , meat , soybean ,wheat and tobacco. Mineral resources - coal ,iron ore , bauxite, nickel and silver
Explanation:Northeastern states of India are famous for its natural resources but due to over-exploitation of natural resources of these northeastern states the vegetation and Wildlife would have get an effect.Many species of this region fall under the endangered species and some become even extinct now. Unstable economic growth causes environmental degradation plus lack of political will and lack of schemes related to environmental development played another setback.
Learn more: Exploitation of natural resources.
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transport in carrying goods from one place to another
transport reduces cost of production
transport provides employment to people
transport in development of large scale industries