Ecologies of Hope and Transformation: Post-Development Alternatives from India (2018)

Posted on Aug. 3, 2018 in Case studies

Communities and individuals are exploring ways of ensuring human well-being and prosperity through more democratic, ecologically sensitive and culturally rooted ways. 9 powerful stories from different social and ecological contexts have been put together in a book with this title. 

Ecologies of Hope and Transformation: Post-Development Alternatives from India 

Book Edited by Neera Singh, Seema Kulkarni and Neema Pathak Broome


Adam Cajka, Ashish Kothari, Harini Nagendra, Meenal Tatpati, Nyla Coelho, Rashi Mishra, Seema Bhatt, Seema Kulkarni, Shiba Desor, Sujatha Padmanabhan, Vinay Nair

Collectively, the stories challenge inequality, ecological damage, centralised governance, and the currently dominant model of development. 

Story Tags: alternative learning, alternative education, alternative development, alternative approach, ecology, ecological sustainability, eco-tourism, farmer, farming, farming practices, traditional agricultural techniques, nutrition


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