This is the first book on environmental journalism in South Asia. It provides an important benchmark for journalism in the region as well as an excellent source of material for the future evolution of environmental journalism. Apart from essays from India, there are contributions from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and the Maldives. A must-read for all.
Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 358 g
Dimensions: 215 x 139 x 18 mm
The Green Pen is a book about environmental reporting... The book explains how reporting on environment cannot be done in isolation; it is connected with political and economic dimensions. It calls for journalists to have a scientific understanding of environment to be able to report credibly. There are essays on photojournalism, gender and environmental movements...All essays represent strong views and first-hand experience of the active contributions in the field. [The book] is a must have for all journalists, not particularly for those reporting on environment.-- Current Science
The Green Pen - a collection of essays on environmental journalism is a much needed and welcome addition. It is not simply a conventional book on environmental issues, debates, movements and so on, for a change, this collection is a rare reflection on the state of environmental journalism and reporting.... a very rewarding book. A must read for all those even remotely concerned with environmental issues.-- e-Social Science
This book published by SAGE Publications is the first book on environmental journalism in South Asia, and is a must for budding environmental journalists and environmentalists.-- www.meghalayatimes.com
The Green Pen, a collection of essays edited by Keya Acharya and Frederick Noronha, is an effort to create public awareness regarding the dangers of climate change. This is the first book to highlight the role of environmental journalism in South Asia, recounting the diversified experiences and predicaments of some of the most acclaimed environmental journalists in the region while focusing on what Darryl D'monte calls `the context of the development versus environment debate' in the brilliantly written foreword...The Green Pen is a sincere effort to bring this `amused-to-death' humanity to their senses.-- Dawn
Imperative addition to the shelves of the eco-conscious.-- Business Line
The Green Pen is an excellent primer to the evolution of environmental journalism in South Asia -- Down to Earth
The Green Pen is an anthology of writings by environmental journalists touching upon the various dimensions of the crises, challenges and experiences of environment reporting in the Indian subcontinent and some of its neighbouring countries. Writers, mostly journalists and environmentalists, delve into the content of the subject matter, covering a large range of environmentally related issues, even as they reflect on its presentation by the media-making this compilation an interesting read for a wide variety of people.-- Biblio
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