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Review of Environment And Development

Review of Environment And Development

The report of the working group-I to the sixth assessment report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC 2021) has clearly laid out the challenge before the world, which is....

In ways wholly unanticipated by the framers of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) Act, 2010 and in ways that would have ­astonished both the environmental regulatory authorities and environmental....

India’s environmental regulatory regime, meant to control the environmental and social impacts of resource-intensive and potentially harmful projects, has been going through a major overhaul since....

While air pollution attracts public attention every winter across northern India as visibility drops and respiratory difficulties rise, attention to water pollution is perhaps more episodic and....

Air pollution is the second largest risk factor affecting public health in India; it is estimated to have contributed to ~1.67 million (or about 18% of all) premature deaths in 2019 and 11.5% of all....

Environmental governance has become a popular concept in the past few decades. Since the Bhopal Gas Tragedy in 1984, the term environmental governance has been applied by institutions, states....

Wide participation at the grassroots is an important prerequisite for effective documentation, management and monitoring of biological resources. India has long recognised the need for the....

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on human health and economy globally, infecting over 52 million and killing over 1.28 million. 1 With the pandemic still going strong as of mid-November....

The importance of biodiversity in sustaining the planet is widely accepted. However, any discussion of its critical role in supporting public health was largely confined to some specialised circles....

India is primarily an agrarian economy. An overwhelming majority of the country’s population is engaged in food production and allied activities. Employing over 50% of India’s workforce, “agriculture....

Exploring the 4-Cs Framework India is a mega diverse country with four biodiversity hotspots and 10 biogeographic zones hosting tens of thousands of faunal and floral species distributed over varied....

“Sustainable development” and “sustainability” may be among the most used phrases across discourses, both mainstream and radical, on “development.” As in any conceptualisation, disciplinary frameworks....

This is a conversation, not a paper. It is an attempt to continue a dialogue. It is also an account of collective growth and learning of individuals who came together for some periods of time and....

Convincing people higher up for [us to do] this stock assessment was always a problem for CMFRI … The top person will be mostly from agricultural science and he has to be made to understand what....

The Andaman Islands (“Islands,” hereafter) in the Bay of Bengal are a largely forested and partly agrarian landscape, with a biodiverse ecosystem. The Islands are usually characterised either as a....