INSEE Journal Table of Contents of Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Ecology, Economy and Society

EDITORIAL

Living in, and thinking about, the world in pandemic times

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt

COMMENTARY

The Post-COVID India:  Making science and technology socially and environmentally relevant
Prerna Singh Bindra, Chirag Gajjar, Arunabha Ghosh, Manoj Kumar, Crispino Lobo, Digangana Mukherjee, Pradeep Nair, Shannon Olsson, Nitin Pandit, Tina Patrao, Uma Ramakrishnan, Usha Ramanathan, Nimish Shah, Priya Shyamsundar and Prashanth N Srinivas

COVID-19: Urban Density’s Poetic Justice
Nitin Pandit

India’s Energy Strategy for Inclusive Sustainable Development
Kirit S. Parikh

A Call to Redefine ‘the Field’ in Nature Conservation Studies in India
Madhuri Ramesh

RESEARCH PAPER

Revisiting the Economic Costs of Arsenicosis: A PSM Approach
Sanjana Chakraborty and Vivekananda Mukherjee

Role of Marine National Park for Sustainable Livelihoods of Artisan Fisherfolk: A Case Study of MNP, Jamnagar
Rohit Magotra, Pushkar Pandey, Mohit Kumar, Mohit Kumar Gupta, Asha Kaushik  and Jyoti Parikh

Flood Mitigation, Climate Change Adaptation and Technological Lock-In in Assam
Robert Wasson, Arupjyoti Saikia, Priya Bansal and Chuah Chong Joon

SPECIAL SECTION: New Epistemologies of Water in India

Editorial: Setting the Context
Jenia Mukherjee

Knowledge Others, Others’ Knowledge: The Need for a New Epistemology of Water
Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt

Imperilled Waterscapes: The Social-Ecological Transformation of Lakes in Bengaluru
Amrita Sen, Hita Unnikrishnan, and Harini Nagendra

Fluid Epistemologies: The Social Saga of Sediments in Bengal
Jenia Mukherjee and Pritwinath Ghosh

Combining Political Ecology and ‘Mésologie’ for a New Geography of Rivers?
Flore Lafaye de Micheaux and Christian Kull

Revealed by Water, Hidden in Water: Indic Hydro-epistemologies of Sacred Things
Anway Mukhopadhyay and Anuradha Choudry

Hydrocultural Histories and Narratives: Insights from the Sundarbans
Amrita DasGupta

NOTES FROM THE FIELD

Himal Rakshaks of Sikkim: The Burden of Being the Flag-bearers of Community-based Conservation
Rashmi Singh

Why Regulations Come Up Short? Some Observations from a Field Study of the Kanpur Leather Industry
Aparajita Singh and Haripriya Gundimeda

BOOK REVIEW

Rethinking Environmentalism: Linking Justice, Sustainability, and Diversity.edited by Sharachchandra Lele, Eduardo S. Brondizio, John Byrne, Georgina M. Mace, and Joan Martinez-Alier

Building Inclusive Frameworks

Lavanya Suresh

Environmental Economics: Concepts, Methods and Policies by Dodo J. Thampapillai and Matthius Ruth

Revisiting Environmental Economics: Concepts, Methods and Policies

Ramprasad Sengupta

Pluriverse: A Post-development Dictionary edited by Ashish Kothari, Ariel Salleh, Alberto Acosta, Arturo Escobar, and Fedrico Demaria

In Search of Post-development Futures

Anirban Dasgupta

Indian Environmental Law Key Concepts and Principles edited by Shibani Ghosh

Can the Twain Ever Meet? Environmental Jurisprudence and justice in India

Manshi Asher

REPORT

A Report on the INSEE-CESS International Conference on “Climate Change and Disasters: Challenges, Opportunities and Responses”
Jeena T Srinivasan

IN MEMORY

Narpat S. Jodha: Forever Restless

Pranab Mukhopadhyay and Rucha Ghate

Karl-Göran Mäler: the Adi Guru of Environmental Economics

Saudamini Das

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