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Radical Ecological Democracy: Escaping India's globalization trap

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The global economic and ecological crises can be seen as an opportunity to fundamentally question our paths of ‘development’, and move towards ideologies, policies, and practices of ecological sustainability and social equity. India in its current globalizing form, presents a vivid picture of unsustainability. But, Ashish Kothari proposes that in its ancient and new ideologies and its myriad grassroots experiments in alternatives, it could also be the harbinger of revolutionary changes in the way humans relate to the earth and to each other.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 September 2009

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