The challenge before India is immense. We need to maximise the productivity of our environment in a sustainable manner. This calls for extremely disciplined systems of resource use and management. This type of management will never emerge unless we improve our policy and decision-making systems. The book retrieves some classic case studies so that they can be replicated in the national and global context. These initiatives can inspire out-of-the-box thinking among those who wish to start entrepreneurial ventures with a social purpose.

The Teachers' Handbook for GSP Audit is an essential guide to the GSP Audit. Teachers teaching different subjects can use the GSP activities in the classroom teaching-learning process and assess the learning indicators in the students. The Lesson Plans given in the handbook has been built around the GSP Audit Activities, keeping in mind the NCERT syllabus.

The aim of waste management is to promote waste minimization, recycling and recovery. The book examines the applicability of waste to energy in the Indian context.

Approaches to Water Sensitive Urban Design: Potential, Design, Ecological Health, Economics, Policies and Community Perceptions covers all aspects on the implementation of sustainable storm water systems for urban and suburban areas whether they are labeled as WSUD, Low Impact Development (LID), Green Infrastructure (GI), Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) or the Sponge City Concept.

Despite several decades of reform, India's electricity sector remains marked by the twin problems of financial indebtedness and inability to provide universal, high quality electricity for all. Although political obstacles to reform are frequently invoked in electricity policy debates, Mapping Power provides the first thorough analysis of the political economy of electricity in Indian states.

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