The name of the author of this book is ayush kumar chhonkar. He is a student of class 5 and studies at ryan international school noida. He secured 43 rank in state olympiad of informatics and 1 rank in olympiad. His father name is RAVENDRA kumar chhonkar and mother name is sapna chhonkar. He was born on 21 September 2010.
The monsoon birds’ dwell at the rainy season has been provided that are found in the field, buildings, under foliage and trees etc. The University Campus of the Sagar is having a wonderful canopy in the hilly area where the natural tropical deciduous forest is in its natural form and not distorted by pollutant effects. The beautiful birds exerted an eye-catching effect and presented with their key features as they naturally found in the premise.
This book is an eye-opener for many of us who never bothered to think where the junk chips cover or the coke tin was going to? The milkshake plastic container or the stylish straw which goes into the dustbin travels a long way and lives a life 2 or 3 times more than our life. Some of the plastics do not get degraded even after 200 years. So this adds to the junk on mother earth. How are we going to design our present world to bring down the use of plastic. There comes the role of bioplastics, the fancy word of today. Well, what is this , are there types, is it going to do some good to us or same as plastics? How are these bioplastic made, the chemistry behind the structure and the types are explained well. It is lucid and easy to understand even for a beginner. There are so many international standards and communities working towards this. A brief note on the international standards are also described in this book. It is indeed a short journey from the birth of bioplastics to the future of this world with the applications of the same in all dimensions.