Environmentalism in China and India: a comparative analysis of people and politics in two coal capitals

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Wu, Pin-Hsien;
(2015)
  • Subject: HC0079.E5

This dissertation presents the results of an interdisciplinary environmental study that focuses on the formation of environmental discourse at the grassroots level of society. Case studies on the ‘Coal Capitals’ in Guizhou of China and Jharkhand of India were conducted ... View more
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