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Inclusive Green Development: A Critical Study in the Present Crisis of India

Dr Samir Kumar Lobwo; Mr. Jacob K Davis; Mr. Vijay Daniel Anthony

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

The concept of green growth assumes centrality of socio-economic inclusiveness towards sustainable development in India. Inclusive green growth currently is a development strategy, which included both economic growth in addition to sustainable development. In India, for instance, growth in addition to development is said to have always existed a part of the planning process.The study makes a descriptive analysis based on the available data. It highlights the present status of India exists comparisons with other emerging countries. While acknowledging the importance of development strategies to adopt the principles of green economy in tune with stage of economic development, the study points out the critical gaps in addition to problems faced by India just as well as their possible solutions.

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