Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering
for Science and Environment monitors green practices, global environmental
issues, and publishes the bi-weekly magazine, Down
Movement, a site about activists fighting the destruction of forests
Voice, a magazine covering Indian consumer safety and health issues.
- The Greater
Common Good, a widely-reprinted article by Arundhati Roy on the
India, including information on GMOs, pesticides, and climate change.
Together's environment page, featuring information on forests, energy,
hazards, water and urban issues.
- India's National
Alliance of Peoples' Movements, working for social equality and
Energy Institute, based in Delhi, includes a wide array of research
papers, publications, bibliographies and articles about environmentalism
and sustainable development in India
Energy Nepal, a variety of publications and research reports on
air quality and pollution
Action Network (Asia), including information on sustainable agriculture,
pesticides, safe food, women in agriculture, transnational corporations.
a New Delhi-based site on the health effects of pesticides, water quality,
medical and hazardous waste.
Return to UCB's South
Asia Resources page
Return to UCB's South/Southeast
Asia Library page
at top left is from Naveen Patnaik's The Garden of Life: An Introduction
to the Healing Plants of India (New York: Doubleday, 1993).