Government’s Policy, Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Jyotish Prakash Basu
Part of the SpringerBriefs in Environmental Science book series (BRIEFSENVIRONMENTAL)


For developing countries like India, adaptation requires assisting the vulnerable population during adverse climate conditions and empowering them to cope with climate risks in the long-run for better living. This chapter summarizes the findings and a conclusion discussed in Chapters  3 6, discusses government policies to reduce vulnerability and offers recommendations.


Joint Forest Management Drought Area Honey Collection Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jyotish Prakash Basu
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  1. 1.Professor of Economics, Former Head, Department of Economics, Former Vice ChancellorWest Bengal State University, BarasatKolkataIndia

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