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date: 16 July 2019

Education, Environmental (India)  

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
Author(s):
Vivek BHANDARIVivek BHANDARI, Rahul GHAIRahul GHAI

India’s ecological diversity poses formidable challenges for its environmental education initiatives, which have been gaining momentum since the 1980s. An active civil society, a multitude of grassroots movements, and the government are shaping environmental awareness and education. As India’s economy continues to expand rapidly, both formal and informal institutions are actively transforming initiatives for environmental education in the country. Many challenges remain, especially those associated with India’s “demographic dividend.” ...

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