The Cultural Dimension of Ecology
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Jan 1, 1998 - Human ecology - 185 pages
Focussing On The Ecological Systems In The Mountains, Forests And Islands Vis-A-Vis The Hitherto-Adopted Modes Of Aggressive Development, These Articles Underscore The Urgency Of Changing The Modern Lifestyles, Befriending Nature And Returning To Wisdom Tradition .
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