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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.8(1) March 2011

  • Cities and sustainable urban development: challenges, conflicts, and cohesion

    Peter Roberts: Professor, Sustainable Spatial Development, University of Leeds, UK.

  • The geography of greenhouse gas emissions from within urban areas of India: a preliminary assessment

    Peter J Marcotullio: E-mail: Peter.Marcotullio@hunter.cuny.edu, Jochen Albrecht: Department of Geography, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, USA, and Andrea Sarzynski: George Washington Institute of Public Policy, Washington, DC, USA

  • German cities, their climate mitigation activities, and the potential of city-partnerships

    Maike Sippel: Institute of Energy Economics and Rational Energy Use – IER, University of Stuttgart,Stuttgart, Germany. E-mail: maike.sippel@gmx.de; maike.sippel@ier.uni-stuttgart.de

  • Why urban land use management needs to change in India’s cities

    Patricia Clarke Annez: Research Director, Making Cities Work for Growth Project, Non-Resident Senior Fellow Brookings Institution and World Bank. The views expressed in this essay are the author’s, and do not necessarily represent official policy of the Brookings Institution or the World Bank.

  • Book review: Women, gender, and disaster: global issues and initiatives

    Elaine Enerson and P G Dhar Chakravarti (eds), Sage, 2009. Reviewed by Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Former Director, ISST, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi and Professor of Economic Growth until 1992

  • Book review: Basic research methods: an entry to social science research

    Gerard Guthrie, Sage, 2010. 221pp. Reviewed by: Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Hindu College, University of Delhi

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