Indian Universities and the Urban Environment

  • P. D. Mahadev
  • T. Vasantha Kumaran
Part of the Policy Studies Organization Series book series (PSOS)

Abstract

Robert McNamara once said that America’s task is not to create an idyllic environment peopled by the poor. Its task is to create a decent environment peopled by the proud. We think this should be the goal of Indian universities in their new role as the keeper of environmental consciousness and concern in both urban and rural India.

Keywords

Migration Income Carbon Monoxide Defend Harness 

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  • P. D. Mahadev
  • T. Vasantha Kumaran

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