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Cochin Forests and the British Techno-Ecological Imperialism in India

By: Sebastian Joseph(Author)
188 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Primus Books
Cochin Forests and the British Techno-Ecological Imperialism in India
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Cochin Forests and the British Techno-Ecological Imperialism in India sifts through a variety of archival material that has hitherto remained unexamined, to trace the making of these forest reforms and their impact on the rich ecological life of the region. The book examines the workings of the forest tramway constructed through dense tropical forests in the beginning of the twentieth century to transport massive amounts of extracted teak to the nearest ports and railway lines; the enormous financial burden it brought on the state and how that was mitigated through further exploitation of forest resources whilst limiting access of the local population to the forests.

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By: Sebastian Joseph(Author)
188 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Primus Books
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