About The Book Geography is considered as mother of all sciences and this is one of the oldest disciplines in the World. As a scientific discipline, Geography has always embraced new technologies, research practices, instructional methods, skills and content. Learning Geography is creative and can inspire interest about the world that involves a curiosity about nature. The book entitled ‘Geography in the 21st Century: Emerging Issues and the Way Forward’ represents the various emerging issues from varied branches of Geography from traditional to modern perspectives in a planned way. It is divided into three sections: Population, Migration and Changing Landscape; Dynamics of Socio-Economic Development; and Prospective Trends in Geography. In this book there are 25 chapters which have been contributed by various established academicians and researchers across India. They lucidly highlighted and expressed their research-oriented ideas, views and outcomes regarding various issues on Population, Migration and Changing Landscapes; about Dynamics of Socio-economic Development and Prospective Trends in Geography along with the modern tools and techniques for the purpose of betterment of the society. This book will surely be beneficial to the policy makers, academicians and researchers of Social Sciences in general and Geography in particular. About The Editor Dr. Ranjan Sarkar, M.A. (Geography & Applied Geography) Gold Medalist, B.Ed., M.Ed., N.E.T., Ph.D. (Geography & Applied Geography), is an eminent academician. He has completed his M.A. Degree in Geography & Applied Geography from the University of North Bengal, Siliguri, West Bengal, India, in the Year 2003 and secured 1st Class 1st Position. He has Successfully qualified U.G.C. (University Grants Commission)-N.E.T. in June,2004. He also obtained B.Ed. and M.Ed. degrees. He has been awarded Ph.D. Degree in Geography & Applied Geography from the University of North Bengal. He is the recipient of North Bengal University.