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Why a clearer ‘green industrial policy’ matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality (2016)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2016). Why a clearer ‘green industrial policy’ matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality. Local Economy, 31(8), 830-835. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094216675434

© 2016, © The Author(s) 2016. To ensure a healthy growth of the economy particularly in the manufacturing sector, the Indian Government is more than ever focussed on promoting the use of sustainable and affordable energy resources. Recent initiatives... Read More about Why a clearer ‘green industrial policy’ matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality.

The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks (2016)
Book
Holm, L., Gopinath, D., Jarron, M., & McEwan, C. (2016). The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks. University of Dundee

Volume 4 The Talks - documents the program of public lectures that contextualised the exhibition. The contributors were chosen because each – in different ways – has been an activist for change in the social and material environments of the city. Ged... Read More about The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks.

The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 3: The Geddes Institute (2016)
Book
Holm, L., Gopinath, D., Jarron, M., & McEwan, C. (2016). The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 3: The Geddes Institute. University of Dundee

Volume 3 The Geddes Institute - reproduces the panels by the 8 affiliates of the Geddes Institute whose projects were included in the exhibition, plus the introductory panels that accompanied each project.

Enabling 'right to appropriation' and facilitating 'distributed cognition' in (re- ) production of urban spaces: A conceptual framework for creating learning environments for involving young people in future visioning of cities (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Gopinath, D. (2016, March). Enabling 'right to appropriation' and facilitating 'distributed cognition' in (re- ) production of urban spaces: A conceptual framework for creating learning environments for involving young people in future visioning of cities. Paper presented at AAG (Association of American Geographers) Conference 2016

Paper presented at the AAG (Association of American Geographers) Conference in San Francisco, 28 Mar – 02 Apr 2016.