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India's Climate Change Identity : Between Reality and Perception (Hardcover) (Samir Saran)
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This book presents a new and innovative approach to understanding the dynamics of international climate change negotiations using India as a focal point. The authors consider India’s negotiating position at multilateral climate negotiations and its focus on the notion of ‘equity’ and its new avatar ‘climate justice’. This book delves into the media’s representation of India as a rural economy, a rising industrial power, a developing country, a member of the 5 emerging economies (BRICS), and a country with severe resource security issues, in order to examine the diverse and at time divergent narratives on India’s national identity in the context of policy formulation. Those researching such diverse fields as international development, politics, economics, climate change, and international law will find this book offers useful insights into the motivations and drivers of a nation’s response to climate change imperatives.
Genre: Political Science, Science
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Author: Samir Saran
Street Date: November 11, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-26-9813
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