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Anil Agarwal, Sunita Narain and Indira Khurana (2001): Making Water Everybody’s Business: Policy and Practice of Water Harvesting, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

Anil Agarwal, Sunita Narain and Anju Sharma (1999): Green Politics: State of Global Environmental Negotiations, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

Anil Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1999): Community and Household Water Management: The Key to Environmental Regeneration and Poverty Alleviation, UNDP/European Commission, New York.

A. Agarwal, Sunita Narain and Srabani Sen (1999): State of India’s Environment - The Citizens’ Fifth Report, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

A. Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1997): State of India’s Environment-4: Dying Wisdom: Rise, Fall and Potential of-Traditional Water Harvesting Systems, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

A. Agarwal (1997): The Challenge of the Balance: Environmental Economics in India, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

A. Agarwal (1995): The Curse of the White Gold: The ecological crisis of the Aral Sea, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

A. Agarwal (1995): The Curse of the White Gold: The ecological crisis of the Aral Sea, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

A. Agarwal (1992): The Price of Forests, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1992.

A. Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1992): Towards a Green World, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1992.

A. Agarwal and Ajit Chak (1991): The State of India's Environment - Citizens’ Third Report: Floods, Flood Plains and Environmental Myths, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1991.

A. Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1989): Towards Green Villages: A Strategy for Environmentally-Sound and Participatory Rural Development, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1989 (translated into French, Oriya, Marathi, Kannada and Hindi)

A.Agarwal and Sunita Narain 1991, Global Warming in an Unequal World, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1991(translated into Danish and German).

A. Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1987): Strategies to involve women and landless in afforestation: Experiences from India, International Labour Organisation, Geneva.

A. Agarwal et al (1987): Wrath of Nature: The Impact of Environmental Destruction on Floods and Droughts, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1987 (translated into Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Bengali).

A. Agarwal and U. Samarth (1987): The Fight for Survival, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1987.

A. Agarwal (1986): Report on Natural Resources for Food and Agriculture in the Asia and Pacific Region, Food and Agriculture Organisation, Rome, 1986.

A. Agarwal and Sunita Narain (1985): The State of India's Environment 1984-85: A Second Citizens' Report, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1985 (translated into Hindi, Kannada and French).

A. Agarwal, T. Bartlem and T. Hoffmann (1983): Competition and Collaboration in Renewable Energy : The Problems and Opportunities of Technology Transfer to the Developing Countries, IIED, Washington, 1983.

A. Agarwal, R. Chopra and K. Sharma (1982): The State of India's Environment -1982 : A Citizens' Report, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1982 (translated into Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and French).

A. Agarwal (1981): Mud, mud : The relevance of earth as a housing material, International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 1981 (translated into French and Spanish).

A. Agarwal, J. Tinker et al (1980): Water and Sanitation for all?, International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 1980.

Anil Agarwal (1978): Drugs and the Third World, International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 1978 (translated into French).

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Anil Agarwal

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Anil Kumar Agarwal was the founder-director of the Centre for Science and Environment, India’s leading environmental NGO. Agarwal spent his lifetime advocating policies that involve the people in natural resource management and learn from India’s own traditions.

Sunita Narain

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Sunita Narain has been with the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) since 1982. She is currently the director general of the Centre and the director of the Society for Environmental Communications and publisher of the fortnightly magazine, Down To Earth.

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