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  1. State of india’s urban water bodies

    The book shows the problem of urban floods with real examples and how almost all the urban centres in the country are at the risk of floods today.

  2. Clean Up Your Act: The State of Sanitation in India

    Of the 1 billion people globally who have no toilet, India accounts for nearly 600 million. Fifty per cent of India’s population defecates in the open. Well-designed communication and awareness campaigns connecting sanitation to health and women’s dignity and outcome-based monitoring are vital. Community-centric programmes under strong leadership can usher in a clean India.

  3. Body Burden - Health and Environment in India

    A degraded environment brings with it a set of health problems - some new and some, which have posed a challenge over the years. Presenting Body Burden, a compilation of reports from Down to Earth on the health impacts of environment pollution in India.
  4. Global Environmental Negotiations 1: Green Politics

    Green Politics , the first in a series of publications on global environmental negotiations (GEN) provides a close analysis of important environment-related conventions and institutions from their origins, and demystifies the global politics behind 'saving the environment'. The book presents a first-ever comprehensive Southern perspective of the impact of global environmental governance on the real lives of real people.
  5. अमृत बन गया विष

    A briefing paper on "Arsenic Contamination of Ground Water - an exhaustive set of FAQs on key issues, it's causes, spread and technology available to mitigate the effects. Contains an exhaustive database of resource person and institution working in the area. Authors : Pages : 58 ISBN : Publication : Centre for Science and Environment Format: Paper Back E-Book Availability: No Language: Only in hindi
  6. A Down To Earth annual- The State of India’s environment 2014

    It’s not the first or last word on the year gone by, but it certainly is the only one of its kind. The State of India’s environment 2014 – A Down To Earth annual, comes from one of India’s foremost environmental think tanks, Centre for Science and Environment. It brings together a set of well-reasoned and crisply-written analyses, reportages, reviews and overviews on some of the most significant developments of 2013 in fields ranging from water, mining and agriculture to governance, forests and climate change.
  7. 2016 Annual State of India’s Environment Report (SOE) 2016 Annual State of India’s Environment Report (SOE)

    2016 Annual State of India’s Environment Report (SOE)

    The latest issue of the State of India’s Environment 2016 is bigger and better. Articles summing up the latest developments from forests and wildlife, agriculture and land use, climate change, the state of India’s rivers and Sustainable Development Goals have been based on more than 30 years of research and intensive reportage. To engage the readers’ interest, each article has relevant photos, related resources, graphs and charts, thus making understanding of what is happening in the world around us easy. The new book also has a 30-page section on development data. Grab your copy now.

    Regular Price: Rs.260.00

    Special Price Rs.160.00

  8. Anil Agarwal Reader Series

    The Anil Agarwal Reader series puts together the weekly essays/opinion pieces that eminent environmentalist and journalist Anil Agarwal wrote between 1991 and 2001. The essays are a riveting commentary on the environment-development problem. Witty and reflective, the pieces embody one man's committed engagement with his times. (3 volumes) The readers delve into issues like the structural adjustment programme, natural resource management and ecological globalisation, and have a common theme: the poor are the country's real resource managers.
  9. Anil Agarwal Reader (Vol-2)

    Volume 2 consists of essays written between 1995 and 1998. The Anil Agarwal Reader collects in three volumes some of his writings on the environment. They range from the 1990s to the early years of this decade. The volumes showcase the intensity and acuity with which he engaged with the dominant concerns of the times. They are an essential introduction to environmental questions, moving seamlessly between local, national and international perspectives.
  10. Anil Agarwal Reader (Vol-1)

    Volume 1 is a collection of essays written by Agarwal between 1991 and 1994 for a column called 'Green politics' in the daily Economic Times.
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