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No equity, if sustainability threatened

By Suresh Nautiyal

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Reckless consumption making the world filthy

ACCORDING to a recent report by the US and European environmental groups, the rapidly industrialising India and China have claimed four of the top ten most polluted places on the planet.

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Scars of development

By: Suresh Nautiyal

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Global Greens Congress 2001 - Canberra, Australia

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Asia Pacific Greens Network (APGN) Kyoto 11—13 February 2005 - Report from Australia

Asia Pacific Greens Network (APGN)

Kyoto 11—13 February 2005 

REPORT FROM AUSTRALIA

  

Contact details3

Introduction and Acknowledgements4

Future of the APGN5

Background and organisation8

Asia-Pacific Young Greens Network10

Provisional members of the Asia Pacific Greens Network14

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Promoting Ecological Democracy in South-North Cooperation

Re-thinking the relationship between Southern and Northern civil societies in enhancing ecological democracy: A case of South Asian Dialogues on Ecological Democracy


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Water Crisis in India: Agenda for the 21st Century

Part One: Some Facts

 

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Uttarakhand: The Need for a Comprehensive Eco-strategy

  • Paper compiled by: Suresh Nautiyal
  • For the Seminar on Uttarakhand Issues
  • Organised by: Centre for the Study of Developing Societies
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Agenda for the new state of Uttarakhand

By Suresh Nautiyal

A people with a satisfactory literacy rate of over 70 per cent, a good percentage of them with higher education, do not deserve for themselves the impoverished conditions just because they are placed in a difficult topography and are compelled to bear the hostile geographic characteristics.

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