BOOKS

 

RICH LANDS POOR PEOPLE:

IS SUSTAINABLE MINING POSSIBLE?

The 6th State of India’s Environment Report, published in 2008, documents all the complexities of mining in various parts of India. The book for the first time documented the phenomenon of the resource curse in India and provided a roadmap for the protection and preservation of the environment and inclusive development.

CONCRETE FACTS:

THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE INDIAN CEMENT INDUSTRY

Published in 2005, the book for the first time established that the Indian cement sector is one of the best in the world on energy efficiency and GHG emissions. The book profiled the top cement plants and benchmarked their environmental, economic and social performance with the global best practices. 

CHLORINE CHAIN

This book is the voice of the developing countries, who are the victims of climate change, even though they have not contributed to the problem. Climate change is going to widen the gap between developed and developing countries. This is the story of carbon colonisation...

MILEAGE:

ENVIRONMENTAL RATING OF INDIAN AUTOMOBILE SECTOR

Published in 2001, this is the first ever book to document the in-depth environmental performance of the Indian automobile sector. Following the Life Cycle Analysis, it analyses the performance of the sector from the raw material sourcing to the emissions and energy efficiency of the vehicles.

ALL ABOUT PAPER:

THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE INDIAN PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY

Published in 2004, the book uses the Life Cycle Analysis to assess the environmental performance of the Indian pulp and paper industry. The book documents in detail the social and farm forestry practices as well as their manufacturing technologies and pollution control measures.

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