This edited volume ‘Environmental Geography and Sustainable Society’ is indebted to fill the gap between physical and human geography by incorporating and critically evaluating many aspects of man’s activities on both physical and human elements. The way of analysis and the methods used for interpretations are mostly geographical in nature. However, to make it an interdisciplinary volume, viewpoints from other disciplines have also been incorporated. The volume has been intersected by six subsections not merely as subdivisions but to manifest six different ways of man’s role in changing the face of the earth. Each and every chapter in the book is independent in thought, substantial in coverage and unique in methodology. As a consequence, readers can start from any part of the book.
In short, the present book is succinct, concise and elaborate. The basic concepts have been illustrated by research findings. The contents and deliberations in this book will definitely provide useful information and methods of study to the interested persons.