Peasants, Environment and Sustainable Development
By J.B. Ambekar
Peasants, Environment and Sustainable Development is a collection of research papers written by the author over three decades. The common central theme is the concern with sustainable agriculture, rural development, and environment issues in India. The topics addressed include peasant communities, tribal communities, energy problems, agricultural technologies (irrigation, agricultural implements, fertilizers, and pesticides), urbanization, water pollution, the socio-economic implications of economic reforms, and a host of other issues concerning peasants and rural Indian society. Descriptive as well as analytical, the book promises to be a valuable reference for research students and faculty of sociology, economics, environment science, social work, and rural development.
Publication Date: 12/1/2009
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