Mahatma Gandhi and the Environment: Analysing Gandhian Environmental thought By T N Khoshoo


The book presents a selection of Mahatma Gandhi’s views on the environment and elaborates on their relevance today. It is particularly relevant now when the threat of climate change looms large and natural resources are fast depleting. The book is of interest to all concerned in protecting the earth’s environment and its natural resources. The book presents Mahatma Gandhi’s views on sustainable use of resources and minimal damage to the environment for the sake of future generation. The need for a significant synergy between rural development and industrial development has also been highlighted. The book has a detailed foreword by Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI, and Chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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