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Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development: Issues and Policies

 
S. Ramaswamy (Author) G. Sathis Kumar (Author)
Synopsis This book is carved out from the research papers presented in the national and international conferences/seminars/workshops. Major theme of the book is on energy and environmental issues -- considered as two sides of the same coin. The resource -- energy, is obtained from environmental resources and used in different economic sectors in carrying out various economic activities. Production of energy (both renewable and non-renewable), could directly deplete the environmental resources, and indirectly pollute the biosphere which includes lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere. Consumption of energy, especially non-renewable could create environmental damage and degradation, and the net result is environmental pollution such as land pollution, water pollution, air pollution, space pollution, marine pollution, etc. Thus, production and consumption of energy; deplete the valuable environmental and ecological resources and capitulate the damages to the environment. The drift of depletion of the environmental resources affects the present as well as future generations -- our children's children, and questions their survival and sustainability which threatens our "Mother Earth". These give birth to the concept -- sustainable development -- in the national and international arena. With this background, the authors have taken a sincere effort to assemble and collate selected papers which echoed the major theme of the book on energy and environment.
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About the authors

S. Ramaswamy

S. Ramaswamy obtained his M.A. first class in English Literature and received Gold Medal from Mysore University in 1954. He was a Fulbright/Smith-Mundt scholar at the University of California at Los Angeles from 1964 to 1966 and earned an M.A. in American Literature and won the Phi Beta Kappa Award. He was awarded a Ph.D. degree for his thesis on Tennessee Williams by Bangalore University in 1973. He was a British Council scholar at Oxford and London, a Senior Fulbright Fellow at Indo-Canadian scholar at McGill University, Montreal. He has been widely published in the areas of American Literature, Comparative Literature and Indological Studies. He has studied Sanskrit traditionally, and is a Fellow of Silliman College, Yale University.

G. Sathis Kumar

Mr. G. Sathis Kumar (1981), pursuing Ph. D. in the Department of Economics, Gandhigram Rural University, Gandhigram, TamilNadu – earned his B.B.E. (Business Economics) from the Arul Anandar College, Madurai Kamaraj University, M.A. (Business Economics) from the Department of Economics, Gandhigram Rural University, and M.Phil.(Economics) from the Madras Christian College, Chennai of University of Madras.  He worked as Project Associate in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.  His academic excellence and subject interests are: Environmental Economics, Health Economics and Mathematical Economics.  He has presented more than 35 research papers in the regional, national and international seminars and conferences which attracted the attentions of the participants.  He has published, a book viz.  Energy Environment, and Sustainable Development: Issues and Policies (New Delhi, Regal Publications, 2009); five chapters in different edited books; and two articles in reputed journals.  His publications in different spheres of Environment and Health are likely to come up in near future.

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Bibliographic information

Title Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development: Issues and Policies
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.03.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Regal Publications
Language: English
isbn 8184840162
length xiv+194p., Tables; Figures