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60 Shades of Green

Musings on Sustainability
Prasad Modak
Type: Print Book
Genre: Social Science, Education & Language
Language: English
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The book is written in the style of stories on a variety of themes related to sustainability. These stories are driven by humor and satire.

One of the characteristics of this book is that knowledge is embedded the ‘stories’ in an implicit manner. Sometimes references are cited for further reading. Many of the articles in this book could therefore be of educational value to students as well as to teachers. The book could potentially be used as a supplement to a course on environmental management & sustainability. Further, some of the articles could be used to open up group discussions or formulate assignments.

About the Author

Dr Prasad Modak holds BTech (Civil Eng) & MTech (Environmental Science and Engg) from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, and Doctorate in Environmental Engg from Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. He joined the Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay as a faculty member in 1984. He left IIT Bombay in 1995 to set up Environmental Management Centre. In 2012, he established Ekonnect Knowledge Foundation – a Section-8 not-for-profit company. He also serves as Dean, IL&FS Academy for Applied Development (IAAD) and functions as Chief Sustainability Officer
at IL&FS Ltd. He is currently, Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Technology Alternatives in Rural Areas at IIT, Bombay. Dr Modak has worked with almost all key UN, multi-lateral and bi-lateral developmental institutions in the world. Prominent amongst these are UNEP Geneva, Paris and Osaka offices; UNDP
and UNDESA, New York, UNIDO, Vienna; DFID, London; GIZ and CDG, Germany; Asian Productivity Organization (APO), Tokyo; SIDA; Embassy of the Netherlands, New Delhi; FAO; the World Bank; IFC; Asian Development Bank and the New Development Bank, China.

Apart from the Government of India and various State Governments, Dr Modak has advised the Governments of Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Mauritius, Thailand and Vietnam. Recently he was invited to join the India Resources Panel (for secondary material flows) by the Ministry of Environment & Forests and Climate Change, Government of India. Dr Modak has published books with the UN University on EIA (translations in Chinese, Japanese), Tokyo; Oxford University Press; UNEP, Paris on Textile Industry and Environment and Centre for Environmental Education in India on Waste Minimization. He served as Hon. Editor of the Journal of Indian Water Works from 1998 to 2004. He coordinated the chapter on Waste Management and Recycling in UNEP’s Green Economy Report; contributed a chapter on Waste and Resource Management in UNEP/ISWA’s Global Waste Management Outlook and assisted UNCRD to establish IPLA - International Partnership for Expanding Waste Management Services of Local Authorities.

Dr Modak has received the Distinguished Alumni Award of AITAA in 2010 for Significant Contribution to International Affairs. He was elected to the Board Certified Member at the American Association of Environmental Engineers in recognition of his work in research & practice.

Music, Education, Travel and Environmental Movements are some of his passions in life.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781945919282
Number of Pages: 280
Dimensions: 6"x9"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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