This comprehensive Guidebook on Sustainable Economic Development in Conflict affected Environments synthesises that work and contributes to the current international efforts, in particular of the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development (DCED), to improve economic development approaches in these difficult conditions.

This study assesses the Five-Year Plans (FYPs) and relevant government policies adopted to garner India's climate change goals and priorities. It attempts to highlight key climate change concerns from a brief sector- specific analysis: examining it's impact on trade.

In order to decentralise the planning process, Article 243ZD of the Constitution of India directs states to constitute District Planning Committees which are responsible for formulating draft district plans by consolidating the plans of the panchayats and municipal bodies. This provision of the Constitution however, does not cover certain parts of the country.

This handbook is designed to serve as a guide for champions and practitioners engaged in the painstaking task of mainstreaming poverty-environment linkages into national development planning.

This briefing highlights the key issues facing the Indian forestry system. It identifies major priorities and actions to help the Indian forestry system develop sustainably and meet future national needs.

This manual attempts to set out the systems and standard processes that could be followed for decentralised planning. It aims to provide guidance on how the considerable capacities of line departments and experts can from now on, subserve this process of empowered planning by local governance. This manual comprises two volumes.

This factsheet deals with the planning of sustainable sanitation for urban and peri-urban areas of the developing world
and its importance for accelerated sanitation coverage by 2015. The United Nation

Economic planning is a little like a chameleon; it can have different colours. While the Soviet government plans the activities of the socialist economy of the USSR, the Nazi party also used to plan the economic operations of a fascist Germany. Before advocating planning for the Indian economy, we should pause to inquire what is it that we are trying to recommend.

Planning for hydropower development needs to evolve from a project-based engineering approach to a more holistic one

The growth of agriculture is not commensurate with other sectors of the Indian economy.