This book innovatively brings together analyses of the ancient environmental traditions and thoughts with contemporary issues from multidisciplinary perspectives. It provides desirable insights into environmental concerns; their developmental interfaces, agriculture, climate change, gender, health implications, education and curriculum with reference to environment from the developing world viewpoint. Contents Foreword by Dr. Prithvish Nag Vice-Chancellor: Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi Ex-Surveyor General of India; Ex-Director: NATMO; President: Geographical Society of India. 1. Emergence of Environmental Concerns: Ravi S. Singh 2. Ecospirituality in the Indian Tradition: Rana P. B. Singh 3. An Appraisal of Man-environment-development Relationship: N. C. Jana 4. Human Approaches to Environmental Understanding at Smallest Unit: Sudip Dey and Sushmita Paul 5. Political Ecology of Climate Change: Bikramaditya K. Choudhary 6. Climate Security and Geopolitics of Climate Change: Arun Kumar Tripathi 7. Environmental Pollution and Human Health: J. K. Mishra 8. Ecotourism: Pravin Singh Rana and P.J. Shyju 9. Women and Environment: Swati Sucharita Nanda 10. Environmental Education in Schools: Mousumi Boral 11. Organic Farming and the Environmental Shield: Arti Singh 12. Towards Epilogue: Ravi S. Singh
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|Publisher: ||YS Books International|
|Date published: || 2014|
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