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Managing Climate Change and Sustainability through Behavioural Transformation

By: Parul Rishi(Author)
214 pages, 36 colour & 2 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Palgrave
Managing Climate Change and Sustainability through Behavioural Transformation
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The book addresses climate change and sustainability management from a transdisciplinary perspective, encompassing within itself how different humanistic disciplines can culminate to move ahead towards sustainability agenda.

Issues of adapting to climate change and sustainability management have been gaining global prominence over the past few decades. There have also been volumes of literature that highlight the technical dimensions of climate change and sustainability across regions and cultures. However, they have had limited strength to bring direct and desirable impact in promoting pro-climate action and sustainability behaviour. The major reason for this is the limited inclusion of pluralistic perspectives into human cognition and affect, and the resultant limited public acceptability.

Although behavioural science as a discipline has taken a front seat in promoting behavioural transformation, the book argues that other humanistic fields of understanding like education, philosophy, political science, art, sociology etc. have to be integrated in order to present a holistic standpoint to sustainability literature.

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Biography

Parul Rishi, PhD, Psychology, Chairperson, Human Resource Management area and Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility in Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal. Three decades of teaching and research experience in social and behavioural sciences’ application to the environment, climate change and sustainability besides being a Life Skills Trainer for stress management, emotional intelligence, and environmental leadership.

By: Parul Rishi(Author)
214 pages, 36 colour & 2 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Palgrave
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"The book addresses the issue of climate change and sustainability from a very pertinent but often less-addressed viewpoint of inculcating behavioural changes as a means of orienting the global society towards a more benign and sustainable future. Overall, a great contribution to this stream of knowledge, useful for behavioural scientists as well as climate change and sustainability experts."
– Prof. Shashi Kant, Institute for Management & Innovation, University of Toronto, Canada

"The author dwells upon this book certain crucial issues pertaining to managing climate change and sustainability through myriad strategies involving innovative trans-disciplinary perspectives. The reflections on psycho-spiritual and philosophical basis of sustainability make this book a unique contribution to human ecological analysis at the cross-national or cross-cultural levels."
– Prof. Ramesh K Arora, Chairman, Management Development Academy, India

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