Guest edited by Ravi Agarwal – Resident editor: Omita Goyal. (the print version will be out soon but the link provides the table of contents). With a galaxy of wonderful contributors from across various spectrums.

“The present publication seeks to not only outline the specific conditions and responses to climate change in India but also takes a ground- up approach of including voices of those who are researching landscapes and observing changes in them, across disciplines and practices…

This volume also encompasses another and unusal spectrum of responses, which are often left out in the science and policy circles – These include holistic or alternate, literary and arts, as well as the grassroots movements’ perspectives.”