Conflicts are eternal, what matters is how they are dealt with. India has managed to keep her international water conflicts at bay but her domestic conflicts often get out of hand and become violent at the first chance that people see.
The article describes coastal erosion today, prime facie a natural phenomenon, to be a result of organized regulatory oversights and flaws. The analysis is primarily administered through a commentary on current-day environmental clearance regulations for coastal structures and their accommodation of a plethora of vested interests.
This article explores how mainstream Indian environmentalism nurtures caste biases through prominent ideologies and movements.