Sustainable Development through Diversifying Pathways in India
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From groundwater depletion to toxic air pollution, modernising development pathways are linked with grave unsustainability challenges, as they extend the unbridled extraction of “goods” from nature while carelessly dumping back the “bads.” To move beyond this and to realise sustainable development, plural pathways may be required in each field, be it agriculture or housing. As outcomes of struggles for democracy and sustainability, these diversifying pathways may be structured around caring and cooperative (human–nature) relations.
CitationArora, S.; Vijayabaskar, M.; Sharma, D.; and Stirling, A. (2019) Sustainable Development through Diversifying Pathways in India, EPW Vol. 54, Issue No. 46, 23 Nov, 2019
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