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Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development New

Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development

  • Frequency:2 issues a year
  • ISSN: 0975-7554
  • Online ISSN: 0975-7562
  • Size: 140 mm × 210 mm
  • Pages: 60
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Weight: 75 gms

Journal Details

A biannual publication, REaD (Resources, Energy, and Development) focuses on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. It provides a forum for comprehensive investigation, analysis, and review of subjects in the fields of energy, environment, and natural resource management that confront decision-makers, planners, consultants, politicians, and researchers. It deals with theoretical and methodological issues and case studies on the interrelationships among development, human activity, and resource use; explores sustainability issues and transitions; and facilitates dialogues between the scientific community and the society at large. Only original articles based on policy research and rigorous analysis are published.

Target Audience

    Why is REaD published? How is its purpose being fulfilled?

    A biannual publication, REaD (Resources, Energy, and Development) focuses on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. It provides a forum for comprehensive investigation, analysis, and review of subjects in the fields of energy, environment, and natural resource management that confront decision-makers, planners, consultants, politicians, and researchers. It deals with theoretical and methodological issues and case studies on the interrelationships among development, human activity, and resource use; explores sustainability issues and transitions; and facilitates dialogues between the scientific community and the society at large. Only original articles based on policy research and rigorous analysis are published.

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Show Abstract Issue -Vol.15(2) September 2018

  • Editorial

    Nitya Nanda: Fellow, Centre for Global Agreements, Leg. & Trade, Green Growth and Resource Efficiency, TERI

  • Land Acquisition Law in India

    Naresh Chandra Saxena: Former Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development
    Email: naresh.saxena@gmail.com

  • Gender Issues in Project Design: A Case of Metro Rail in India

    Dr Sanjay K Pradhan: Senior Social Safeguard Specialist, Environment Division, RITES Ltd, A Government of India (Ministry of Railways) Enterprise
    Email: dr.spradhan2010@gmail.com

  • Development-Induced Displacement, Indigenous Knowledge, and the RFCTLARR Act: A Critical Analysis

    Swarup Dutta: Assistant Professor, TERI School of Advanced Studies

    Adam Runacres: Research Scholar, University College London, United Kingdom and TERI School of Advanced Studies

    Ishita Sinha: Masters Student, TERI School of Advanced Studies

  • Sociological Context of the New Land Acquisition Law in India: A Case Study

    Dr Abhijit Guha: Senior Fellow, Indian Council of Social Science Research, Institute of Development Studies Kolkata.
    Email: abhijitguhavuanthro@rediffmail.com

  • The New Land Acquisition Act: Does It Help the Tribal People?

    Sudha Bharadwaj: Visiting Faculty, National Law University.
    Email: advocatesudhabharadwaj@gmail.com

  • Social Impact Assessments under the RFCTLARR Act, 2013: A Critical Analysis

    Dr Preeti Jain Das: Senior Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute
    Email: Preetijain.Das@teri.res.in

  • Book review

  • Dawn of the Solar Age: An End to Global Warming and to Fear

    Prem Shankar Jha. 2018. SAGE India.

    Reviewed by Ms Mani Juneja, Research Associate, TERI

  • Land Rights in India—Policies, Movements and Challenges

    Varsha Bhagat-Ganguly (ed.). 2018. New Delhi: Routledge Publications.

    Reviewed by Dr Manish Anand, Fellow, Centre for Resource Efficiency & Governance, Resource Efficiency & Governance, TERI

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