Conflicts of Interest: My Journey Through India’s Green Movement by Sunita Narain

Journal of Scientometric Research,,2018,7,2,133-135.
Published:August 2018
Type:Book Review

Anwesha Borthakur

Research Fellow, Centre for Studies in Science Policy, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi-110067, INDIA.

Abstract:

The British writer, economist and one of the early proponents of sustainable development, Barbara Ward expressed her concerns for the global environment through the above words long before the earth had observed the kind of destruction it is subjected to today. She could realize the early warning signs of peoples’ unsympathetic attitudes and approaches towards the environment and worried about its alarming future consequences. For the past several years, Dr. Sunita Narain, throughher incessant efforts, has constantly been cautioning us about the present state-of-affairs of the environment, particularly in the Indian scenario. The book, “Conflicts of Interest: My Journey through India’s Green Movement”, is a testimony of her relentless battles as an integral part of India’s green movement. From her confrontation with the country’s leading vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors to the global carbonatedbeverage leader Coca-Cola, the book depicts the journey of India’s one of the most prominent environmentalists today.

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Borthakur A. Conflicts of Interest: My Journey Through India’s Green Movement by Sunita Narain. Journal of Scientometric Research,. 2018;7(2):133-135. doi:10.5530/jscires.7.2.22.