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Environmental Issues in India by Mahesh Rangarajan

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Chapter 28

 

* Reprinted with permission from Madhu Sarin, 2003, ‘Empowerment and Disempowerment of Forest Women in Uttarakhand, India’, in Govind Kelkar, Dev Nathan and Pierre Walter (eds), Gender Relations in Forest Societies in South Asia: Patriarchy at Odds, Sage Publications, New Delhi, pp. 287–309.

* This paper is based on research funded by the Centre for International Forestry Research (C1FOR) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). I am grateful to Geeta Gairola, Tarun Joshi, other Sainion Ka Sangathan team members and Seema Bhatt for their field work and to Govind Kelkar for comments and editorial inputs. The article has drawn considerably on two of my earlier papers—a draft overview paper based on the research ...

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