Table of contents for Environmental history : as if nature existed / edited by John R. McNeill, Jose Augusto Padua, Mahesh Rangarajan.
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1. Global Studies
Environmental History in General and in Asia; Out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire; Industrialization as a Socio-ecological Transition Process; Urban Sanitation through the Lens of Thomas Kuhn; Economic Development, Environment and Society: Reading Karl William Kapp (1910-1976);
2. Macro-Regional Studies
Environmental Resources and Chinese Historical Development; Of Nature and Nationalism: Rethinking India's Nehru; European Colonialism and Tropical Forest Destruction in Brazil: The Environmental Dimension beyond Economic History;
3. Micro-regional Studies
Globalization and Tribal Histories in Eastern India; From the Green Revolution to the Gene Revolution in India: 1965-2007; Migration and Ecological Consequences: the Case of Kerala, India; Policy Root in Environmental Degradation: the Case of Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh.
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