Bio-physical and socio-ecological connotations of sustainable development: the Indian case
Student name: Ms Mridhu Tandon Guide: Dr Nandan Nawn Year of completion: 2016 Host Organisation: TERI University Abstract: India has registered rapid economic growth since the 1990â€™s and has shown immense improvement in terms of many social indicators. However, there is still more to be done in terms of Indiaâ€™s well-being. Moreover, Indiaâ€™s economic growth has been coupled with exploitative bio-physical patterns and rising soci-economic disparities. Given these concerns, the study tries to analyse whether India can maintain it well-being over time.