Conservation Sans People Emagazine
Date: November – December 2013
Articles on the flaws in the Indian conservation plan, which highlights the need to put in place a people-centric policy. Mercury poisoning, features on how toxic metals enter our daily lives in insidious ways. Urban growth and its disturbing trends, A short treatise on how urban growth is seen primarily in the service sector. Periurban India, a discussion on why the growth of smaller cities should be scanned and policies put in place. India is a country of diversity. Yes, indeed, so diverse are we that every policy of ours reflects this confused state of affairs. No unified civil code, no single national language, no single conservation policy, no integrated education syllabus, so on and so forth the tenet of Indianism lost in the folds of federalism and regionalism.