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  • Report on the project Impact of human activities on the ecosystem and vice-versa with reference to the Sikkim-Himalaya... submitted to National MAB Committee, Department of environment, Government of India, New Delhi.
  • Government of India. Department of Environment, National MAB Committe. New Delhi, Inde
  • University of Delhi. Department of Anthropology, Inde
  • Strengthening causal inference through qualitative analysis of regression residuals : explaining forest governance in the Indian Himalaya
  • Forest ; Forest resources ; Governance ; Himachal Pradesh ; India ; Man-environment relations ; Multivariate analysis ; Regression analysis ; Statistics
  • Analyse de régression ; Analyse multivariée ; Analyse qualitative ; Forêt ; Gouvernance ; Himāchal Pradesh ; Inde ; Relation homme-environnement ; Ressources forestières ; Statistique
  • Análisis de regresión ; Análisis multivariado ; Bosque ; Estadística ; Gobernancía ; India ; Recursos forestales ; Relación hombre-medio ambiente
  • [b1] School of Natural Resources and Environment, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Etats-Unis
  • [b2] Department of Geography, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Etats-Unis
  • Gentrifying the state, gentrifying participation : elite governance programs in Delhi
  • Delhi ; Gentrification ; Governance ; India ; Poverty ; Real estate market ; Role of the State ; Social exclusion ; Social geography ; Urban policy ; Urbanization
  • Aburguesamiento ; Exclusión social ; Geografía social ; Gobernancía ; India ; Mercado inmobiliario ; Pobreza ; Política urbana ; Rol del Estado ; Urbanización
  • [b1] Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, Royaume-Uni
  • Groundwater governmentality : hegemony and technologies of resistance in Rajasthan's (India) groundwater governance
  • Conflict ; Decentralization ; Environment ; Farmer behaviour ; Government policy ; India ; Irrigation ; Rajasthan ; Underground water ; Water management
  • Comportement des agriculteurs ; Conflit ; Décentralisation ; Eau souterraine ; Environnement ; Gestion de l'eau ; Inde ; Irrigation ; Politique gouvernementale ; Rājasthān
  • Value chain struggles : institutions and governance in the plantation districts of South India
  • Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Economic geography ; India ; Market ; Plantation ; Price fixing ; Tea ; World market
  • on the lives of struggling growers in South India. It links production, trade and consumption to show how these changes are affecting the people, communities and environment in this section of the world. - (HC)
  • Environment management in India.
  • Environnement ; Gestion des ressources ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Ressource naturelle
  • Government quality and spatial inequality : a cross-country analysis
  • Economic development ; Governance ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy
  • This paper examines the relationship between government quality and spatial inequality across forty-six countries over the period 1996–2006. Countries with better quality of government register lower levels of spatial inequality. This finding
  • is robust to the inclusion in the analysis of additional explanatory variables that may affect both regional disparities and governance outcomes. The observed link between government quality and spatial inequality is confirmed by various robustness tests.
  • [b2] Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics, London, Royaume-Uni
  • [b1] Department of Economics, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Pamplona, Espagne
  • Ecology of rural India.
  • Ecologie ; Espace rural ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Relation homme-environnement
  • Croissance économique ; Environnement ; Géographie du commerce ; Géographie économique ; Mondialisation ; Technologie ; Trafic maritime ; Transport
  • Economic geography ; Economic growth ; Environment ; Geography of trade ; Globalization ; Maritime traffic ; Technology ; Transport
  • Global shifts caused by the rise of anchor countries; environmental problems and environmental governance in the context of dynamic economic growth - the case of China; India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA)- a new geography of trade and technology
  • Air quality ; Ecology ; Environmental management ; Forest resources ; Government policy ; India ; Policy ; Soil pollution ; Water quality
  • Ecologie ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Inde ; Politique ; Politique gouvernementale ; Pollution du sol ; Qualité de l'air ; Qualité de l'eau ; Ressources forestières
  • Discussion concernant l'état de l'environnement de l'Inde contemporaine : qualité de l'air, de l'eau, des sols et des ressources forestières.
  • Towards sustainable watershed development through people's participation : lessons from the Lesser Himalaya, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Communauté rurale ; Dégradation de l'environnement ; Développement rural ; Gestion des ressources ; Inde ; Projet ; Utilisation du sol ; Uttar Pradesh ; Village
  • Environmental degradation ; India ; Land use ; Project ; Resource management ; Rural community ; Rural development ; UttarPradesh ; Village
  • Watershed Management Project, funded by the European Union and the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The nine-year project was to focus on community participation in planning and to improve the quality of life of the people, especially women. - (SLD)
  • Africa ; British people ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Forestry ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; India ; Nineteenth Century ; Oceania
  • Afrique ; Britanniques ; Environnement ; Foresterie ; Géographie historique ; Impérialisme ; Inde ; Océanie ; Protection de l'environnement ; Siècle 19
  • Hard-headed environmentalists and legislators found in empire forestry a ready-made model to construct vast areas of the public domain as a ustensil for environmental and state purposes. The empire forestry matrix of government reservations, fire
  • Assessment of spatial and temporal dynamics of tropical forest cover : a case study in Malkangiri district of Orissa, India
  • Biodiversity ; Deforestation ; Ecosystem ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Environmental degradation ; Forest ; India ; Land use ; Orissa ; Plant canopy ; Spatial analysis ; Tropical rain forest
  • Analyse spatiale ; Biodiversité ; Couvert végétal ; Déboisement ; Dégradation de l'environnement ; Ecosystème ; Environnement ; Forêt ; Forêt tropicale ; Inde ; Orissā ; Protection de l'environnement ; Utilisation du sol
  • Análisis espacial ; Aprovechamiento del suelo ; Biodiversidad ; Bosque ; Cubierta vegetal ; Degradación del medio ambiente ; Desmonte ; Ecosistema ; India ; Medio ambiente ; Protección del medio ambiente ; Selva tropical
  • [b3] Department of Botany, Osmania Univ., Hyderabad, Inde
  • Environment ; Environmental justice ; India ; Madras ; Participation ; Political ecology ; Stream ; Sustainable development ; Tamil Nadu ; Town planning ; Urban landscape ; Urban park ; Urbanization
  • Aménagement urbain ; Cours d'eau ; Développement durable ; Ecologie politique ; Environnement ; Inde ; Justice environnementale ; Madras ; Parc urbain ; Participation ; Paysage urbain ; Tamil Nādu ; Urbanisation
  • Corriente de agua ; Desarrollo sostenible ; Ecología política ; India ; Justicia medioambiental ; Madras ; Medio ambiente ; Ordenamiento urbano ; Paisaje urbano ; Parque urbano ; Participación ; Tamil Nadu ; Urbanización
  • mask the political economy of environmental injustice and uneven urban development. This argument is fleshed out through a case study of the Adyar Poonga river restoration project in Chennai, India. The case study highlights two key dimensions of what
  • and economic development compatible. Second, conflicts surrounding urban environments are ostensibly ‘depoliticized’ through highly selective practices of ‘participation’. Generalized in this way, the discourse and practice of participation gloss over the power
  • asymmetries that characterize the civic sphere in urban India. As environmental best practice is being actively formulated and replicated through projects like the Adyar Poonga, it becomes ever more urgent, to interrogate the mechanisms of political inclusions
  • [b1] Department of Geography and the Environment, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Royaume-Uni
  • The survey of spatial disparity in India with the application of the SENTIENT Index
  • District ; Economic development ; India ; Regional analysis ; Regional development ; Regional disparities
  • Análisis regional ; Desarrollo económico ; Desarrollo regional ; Desnivel entre las regiones ; Distrito ; India
  • In the study the data of 593 districts of India were elaborated, based on the district level information of the census held in 2001. As a result, the districts of India were classified by the relative level of development, using the so-called
  • SENTIENT Index. The index of complex development that the author created on the basis of the tetrahedron model sensitively “reacts” to the changes occurring in the geographical environment. The paper explores the coherences of the spatial disparity within
  • India and the internal correlations of the state of development or backwardness also become clear. - (AM)
  • From militant particularism to anti-neoliberalism ? the anti-Enron movement in India
  • Activisme ; Capital-risque ; Classe ouvrière ; Economie régionale ; Electricité ; Géographie politique ; Inde ; Mahārāshtra ; Mouvement social ; Néolibéralisme ; Parti politique ; Projet ; Protection de l'environnement ; Usine
  • Activism ; Electricity ; Environmental conservation ; Factory ; India ; Maharashtra ; Neo liberalism ; Political geography ; Political party ; Project ; Regional economy ; Social movement ; Venture capital ; Working class
  • Capital-riesgo ; Clase obrera ; Economía regional ; Electricidad ; Fábrica ; Geografía política ; India ; Movimiento social ; Neoliberalismo ; Partido político ; Protección del medio ambiente ; Proyecto
  • à l’environnement et aux moyens de subsistance. De plus, le soutien de la part du Parti du Congrès et l’absence de toute procédure de soumission transparente, ont renforcé la controverse. Il insiste sur le particularisme militant et l’importance de
  • [b1] Department of Geography, Univ. of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, Etats-Unis
  • “A world class city of your own!”: civic governmentality in Chennai, India
  • Civil society ; Governmentality ; India ; Madras ; Middle class ; Participation ; Tamil Nadu ; Urban policy ; World city
  • Ciudad mundial ; Clase media ; Gubernamentalidad ; India ; Madras ; Participación ; Política urbana ; Sociedad civil ; Tamil Nadu
  • [b1] Department of Geography and Environment, Univ., Aberdeen, Royaume-Uni
  • Les espaces francophones du bassin india-océanique en quête de coopération régionale
  • Espaces, sociétés et environnements de l'Océan Indien. Numéro spécial Géographie
  • Cette étude de la francophonie est le point de départ d'une réflexion sur les difficultés d'intégration régionale dans des régions en développement. Les pays francophones du sud-ouest de l'Océan Indien peuvent conjuguer fragmentation territoriale
  • Climatic change ; Climatology ; Environment ; Environmental management ; Governance ; Greenhouse effect ; Impact ; Ireland ; Legislation
  • Changement climatique ; Climatologie ; Effet de serre ; Environnement ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Gouvernance ; Impact ; Irlande ; Législation
  • Global greenhouse gas concentrations continue to rise even though there are binding international agreements and national commitments for emission reductions. While some states and local governments around the world aretaking action to reduce
  • emissions and adapt to the inevitable climate change impacts, overall collective goals are not being realised and this implementation gap may be due to multi-level governance failures. To date there has been limited research of Irish climate measures
  • , with a significant gap at the sub-national level. This research explores whether city and county councils are the lowest most effective level for climate change actions in Ireland through a nationwide survey and a review of all relevant government policies at local
  • , regional and national levels. The study reveals that local climate measures are isolated best-practice examples rather than being widespread throughout the country. This study concludes that there is limited vertical integration among Irish government
  • to municipalities in other countries, Irish local authorities face challenges which are hindering their advancement of climate measures. If the higher-level collective goals are to be achieved in Ireland, the national government will need to driveforward the climate
  • [b1] Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth, Maynooth, Irlande
  • Conflict ; Decision making process ; Environment ; Environmental management ; Epistemology ; India ; Local government ; Political ecology ; Rajasthan ; State control
  • Collectivité locale ; Conflit ; Ecologie politique ; Environnement ; Epistémologie ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Inde ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Rājasthān ; Stratégie d'acteurs
  • L'A. évalue empiriquement les différences entre les connaissances sur l'environnement de la part de l'Etat et des acteurs locaux. Etude de cas du sanctuaire Kumbhalgarh de la vie sauvage situé au Rajasthan. La distinction entre Etat et local n'est