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Environment and Human Rights

R.K. Tiwari (Author)
Synopsis Good governmental, healthy environment, sufficient resources at disposal and willingness on the part of both the government and the people are the government and the full enjoyment of human rights by the people. In the reverse case, discontent, poor health and safety, inadequate resources to fulfil people’s needs and violation of basic human rights will be the violation of basic human rights will be the result. By adopting certain measures, controls, strategies and effectively managing the environmental conditions, natural resources, and protecting people, the government will be able to fulfil the needs of the people. “Human Rights” is an attempt to look into impact of environmental changes on parks, reserves, biodiversity, protected areas, human welfare, women and forests, tourism, cultural survival, repatriation, peace, safety, health, urbanization, hazards, etc., as well as effect of control, management and effective utilization of these resources on environment so that basic human rights are not violated. Making detailed study into some of these areas, the book specifically suggests measures for the protection of human rights. The book will of immense utility to students, teachers, scholars, environmentalists, human rightsa organizations and general readers.
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About the author

R.K. Tiwari

Dr. R.K. Tiwari, Deputy Director at the National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI), Hyderabad, obtained his Ph.D. degree in Geophysics in 1985, from the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He is presently leading a project on the time series analysis and modeling of palaeoenvironmental dynamics. He was the DAAD fellow at the University of Kiel, Germany, during 1985-87 and visiting scientist at the University of Bonn, Germany in 1999. he has published several works (over 50 papers) on periodicities, predictability and chaos on varied geophysical topics in national and international journals. Dr. Tiwari is recipient of Krishnan Gold Medal of Indian Geophysical Union (1987) for his significant contributions in geophysics. He is fellow of IGU and GSI.

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Bibliographic information

Title Environment and Human Rights
Author R.K. Tiwari
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher ABD Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8183760279
length viii+293p., Tables; Maps; Index; 23cm.