#87 Pollution and Priorities in India (Asia and the Environment #1) Asia Rising

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India struggles with environmental imperatives. Its cities have the worst air pollution in the world, its iconic rivers are, in some places, literally dead and human development pressures will often override concerns of the natural environment.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made commitments to clean up India, but can he follow through with his promises? Are there more invested interests in pushing forward with industrial projects, and does India's environment have the time to be neglected?


GUEST:

Professor Amita Baviskar, (Sociologist, Economic Institute of Growth, Delhi).


Follow La Trobe Asia on Twitter: @LaTrobeAsia

India struggles with environmental imperatives. Its cities have the worst air pollution in the world, its iconic rivers are, in some places, literally dead and human development pressures will often override concerns of the natural environment.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made commitments to clean up India, but can he follow through with his promises? Are there more invested interests in pushing forward with industrial projects, and does India's environment have the time to be neglected?


GUEST:

Professor Amita Baviskar, (Sociologist, Economic Institute of Growth, Delhi).


Follow La Trobe Asia on Twitter: @LaTrobeAsia

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