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Population, environment, and development: interactions at the village level (findings of the project undertaken by the Resource and Development Economics Area at TERI)

Publisher: New Delhi Tata Energy Research Institute 1999Description: 24 p.ISBN: 8185419612.Subject(s): Population | Environmental policy | Economic developmentDDC classification: 301.32 Summary: This book encapsulate the findings of one such effort at integration an in depth study conducted by teri in four indian villages . It explores , in practical details , how people at the local/ community level maintain or manage their livelihood as increasing population imposes pressure on land , biomass, and water resources and how developmental process alleviate /aggravate these pressures. since the rural populace in India is very highly dependent on these resources , an understanding of such adjustment mechanism is a prerequisite to attempting any developmental intervention.
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This book encapsulate the findings of one such effort at integration an in depth study conducted by teri in four indian villages . It explores , in practical details , how people at the local/ community level maintain or manage their livelihood as increasing population imposes pressure on land , biomass, and water resources and how developmental process alleviate /aggravate these pressures. since the rural populace in India is very highly dependent on these resources , an understanding of such adjustment mechanism is a prerequisite to attempting any developmental intervention.

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