About the Book: Environmental Concerns: Third World Perspectives
This book innovatively brings together analyses of the ancient environmental traditions and thoughts with contemporary issues from multidisciplinary perspectives. It provides desirable insights into environmental concerns; their developmental interfaces, agriculture, climate change, gender, health implications, education and curriculum with reference to environment from the developing world viewpoint.
About the Author: Ravi S Singh
Ravi S. Singh (PhD) is Professor at the Department of Geography, Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi, UP), India. Prof. Singh has several international as well as national academic publications in reputed journals and research series, many of them crossdisciplinary, to his credit. His major publications include Paths of Development in Arunachal Pradesh (2005, NBC), Indian Geography: Perspectives, Concerns and Issues (ed. 2009, Rawat Publications), Indian Geography in the 21st Century: The Young Geographers Agenda (ed. 2009, CSP), and Environmental Concerns: The Third World Perspectives (ed. 2014, YS Books International).