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The Green Pen – Environmental Journalism In India And South Asia

October 2010: This is a collection of essays organised in sections devoted to: Environmental Journalism and Reporting, Science, Health and the Environment, Wildlife Journalism, Environment and Water, Reporting on Disasters, Photojournalism, Communicating on the Environment, 

 

Gender and Environment, Environmental Movements and one special section titled The Anil Agarwal Reader, devoted to three essays written by the late Anil Agarwal, founder of the Centre for Science and Environment and one of India’s finest, original environmental thinkers. The book will be welcomed by those seeking different opinions on issues that are both complicated and contentious.

 

THE GREEN PEN – ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISM IN INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA
Edited by Keya Acharya and Frederick Norhonha,
Published by Sage Publications,
Soft cover, 303 black and white pages, Price: Rs.395/-

 
 
 

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