He moved to the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, where he completed an M. Systems Science in 1987, working on the optimal sizing of hydropower projects incorporating the energy and economic costs of land submergence. He attempts to incorporate sustainable use of natural resources pdf interdisciplinarity in his own research and teaching, which straddles ecology, economics, and political science.
Democratizing Forest Governance in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi. Funded by a grant from the Royal Norwegian Embassy. Rural-urban conundrum: political economy of social and environmental transformation in agrarian landscapes. Economic viability and political ecology of Jatropha cultivation in agricultural lands in Tamil Nadu.
Climate Change and India, a review of India’s role and predicament in the context of global climate change. NTFP Policy in India: Rhetoric and Reality. In collaboration with Manoj Pattanaik, Regional Centre for Development Cooperation, and Nitin Rai, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment. South Asia, with Ajit Menon, Praveen Singh, Esha Shah, Suhas Paranjape and K.
RS facility and applications in Karnataka Forest Department, with P. Joint Forest Planning and Management in the Eastern Plains of Karnataka: A Rapid Assessment, with Kiran Kumar and Pravin Shivashankar. Ecology, Economics and Institutions of Forest Use in the Western Ghats: This project was completed under Dr. Lélé’s leadership as a collaboration between Pacific Institute for Studies in Environment, Development, and Security and the Institute for Social and Economic Change. Andrew Mellon Foundation Visiting Lecturership, Allegheny College, USA, January 2013. Charles Wallace Trust for India Visiting Fellowship, Centre for South Asian Studies, Cambridge University, Lent 2011. Fulbright-Nehru Environmental Leadership fellowship, hosted at Stanford University, Fall 2010.
Forest Governance From Co, the Friends of Lake Wingra are working with the community to change both private and public behavior and policies to address these and other threats to this precious resource. Thinking about Ecological Sustainability, sustainable development consists of balancing local and global efforts to meet basic human needs without destroying or degrading the natural environment. ODI Natural Resource Perspectives; nutritious foods for all people at all times in New York State. “Our campaign encourages people to think about the environmental impacts of their consumption choices and provides specific information that will enable them to make thoughtful choices as consumers.
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