The State of India's Environment 2020 is the country's most credible annual statement on the state of affairs in environment and development sectors.
Published by the Centre for Science and Environment along with Down To Earth, it covers forests, wildlife, agriculture, rural development, water and sanitation and climate change related aspects.
This is the 7th edition in Down To Earth magazine’s highly popular annual series. Professionals, Academics, Consultants and decision makers as well as students, especially those preparing for competitive exams like the Civil Services, look forward to this yearly update and SOE 2020 would be another collector’s edition.
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India's most credible annual statement on environment and development. Backed by our more than 30 years of research and reportage experiences, this report helps you make sense of the development puzzle called India
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.
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