Democracy in the Woods: Signed Copy for Developing Countries

Indian Environment Network is featuring Dr. Prakash Kashwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Connecticut as one of the first Human Stars under our "Day out with a Human Star" ( series. The honor highlights the importance of his recently released book - "Democracy in the woods- Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico" by Oxford University Press, January 2017.

Citizens and organizations from Developing Nations like India, Tanzania, Mexico, etc. have a chance to own few autographed copies of this amazing book that goes in-depth on the relationship between environment and social justice. The first print of the book is almost completely sold out. It sells for $74/- on Amazon. We are discounting this autographed copy of the book to make it more affordable to the community.

The regular, signed copy is available here

Check the details of the book at Amazon:

Check the interview of the Author, Dr. Prakash Kashwan in conversation with Chandra Kishore, Founder, Indian Environment Network. (

About the Expert: Dr. Prakash Kashwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Connecticut has dedicated his life towards understanding the connection between conservation and social justice. Prakash was one of Prof. Elinor Ostrom, Nobel prize recipient's doctoral students at the School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington. His latest book is a mirror towards understanding the deep linkages between environment and social justice.
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What's included?: A hard copy of the book signed by the author
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Before you buy/ Availability: The book is immediately available for order for citizens and organizations from Developing Nations.

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