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Publications

  1. Sinha, B. and Maikhuri, R.K., 1998. Conservation Through Socio-cultural-religious Practice in Garhwal Himalayas: A Case Study of Hariyali Sacred Site. In: P.S.Ramakrishnan, K.G Saxena and U.M Chandrashekara (Editors), Conserving the Sacred: For Biodiversity Management. UNESCO and Oxford & IBH Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp.289-300.
  2. Sinha, B., Ramakrishnan, P.S., Bhadauria, T., Saxena, K.G. and Maikhuri, R.K., 2002. Impact of landscape modification on earthworms diversity in Hariyali sacred landscape, Garhwal Himalaya. Pedobiologia, 47 (4): 357-370.
  3. Sinha, B., Ramakrishnan P. S., Saxena, K. G. and Maikhuri R. K. 2003. The Concept of Sacred Linked to Biological Resource Management in the Himalayan Culture. In: E. Ehlers (Editor), Environment Across Cultures, Springer-Veralag, Heidelberg, pp. 197-204.
  4. Singh, K.D and Sinha, B. 2003. Research needs on community based sustainable management of non-timber forest produce. In: Proceedings of National Workshop on Technological Innovations and Research Advancements for Application in Joint Forest Management, February 3-4, 2003. Indian Council of Forestry research and Education, Dehradun (FRI), India.
  5. Sinha, B. and Singh, K.D. 2003. Community-based management of natural resources: A case study of Kandhamal district of Orissa. In: Proceedings of the conference on Policies, Management, Utilization and Conservation of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) in the South Asia Region, April 28-30, 2003. ATREE, Bangalore.
  6. Singh, K.D., Sinha, B. and Mukherji, S.D. 2005. Exploring options for Joint Forest Management in India, by Forestry Policy and Institutions Working Paper No. 7. FAO, Rome.
  7. Singh, K.D., Singh, J.P. and Sinha, B. 2006. Trends in forest ownership, forest resources tenure and institutional arrangements: are they contributing to better forest management and poverty reduction? Case studies from Orissa, India. In: FAO, Understanding forest tenure in South and Southeast Asia, Forest Policy and Institution Working Paper 14. FAO, Rome, pp. 81-114.
  8. Singh, K.D. and Sinha, B. 2008. Exploring options for Joint Forest Management in India. In: P. Bhattacharya, A.K. Kandya and K.N. Krishna Kumar, Aavishkar, 2008.
  9. Sinha, B. 2007. A book review of The Economics of Biodiversity Conservation: Valuation in Tropical Forest Ecosystems by Ninan et al., Down to Earth, Delhi.
  10. Sinha, B. 2008. “Potential of community based forest management in Conservation and Livelihoods: A case study of Orissa”. IIFM Communiqué 11(3) 6-7.
  11. Sinha, B. 2010. Role of Community Forest Management in Orissa: A Scientific Assessment, Seronica, Vol.1, No. 1, January 2010, pp. 10-13.
  12. Sinha, B. Basu, A. and Katiyar, A.S. 2010. Carbon Sequestration options in Forestry in India Infrastructure Report 2010.407-412.
  13. Sinha, B; Basu, A; Katiyar, AS. 2011. Adapting to Climate Change: Opportunities under MGNREGA. Presented in the conference on Sustaining Commons: Sustaining Our Future, the Thirteenth Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Jan10-14, Hyderabad ( http:// dlc. dlib. indiana. edu/ dlc/ handle/10535/7144)
  14. Sinha, B. & Singh, K.D. 2011. Achieving Conservation and Livelihood: A Case Study from Orissa, India. Presented in the conference on Sustaining Commons: Sustaining Our Future, the Thirteenth Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Jan10-14, Hyderabad (http:// dlc.dlib. indiana.edu/dlc/ handle/10535/7208)
  15. Singh, K.D., Sinha, B., Sutar, P.C. 2011. Building entrepreneurial capabilities in scheduled areas of Orissa, Indian Forester, 137 8(a): 27-32.
  16. Yadava, RN and Sinha, B. 2013. A Review of Corporate Sustainability Reporting; Global and National scenario G- Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 1(3): 76-81.
  17. Esteves, T., Rao, KV, Sinha, B. et al., 2013. Agricultural and Livelihood Vulnerability Reduction through the MGNREGA, Economic and Political Weekly, xlviiI (52): 94-103.
  18. Sinha, B. and Mishra, S. 2015. Ecosystem services valuation for enhancing conservation and livelihoods in a Sacred Landscape of the Indian Himalayas, International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 11 (2), 156-67.
  19. Yadava, R and Sinha, B. 2015. Strengthening adaptive capacity to climate change vulnerability: Opportunity through CSR. Proceeding on Global Summit on CSR, organized by IIM Raipur and IICA, New Delhi, May 15-16.
  20. Sinha, B., Jha, S.K., Khare, A.K. 2015. Assessing the Potential of Incentive based Plantation Involving People’s Participation. Indian Forester, 141 (4): 439-47.
  21. Yadava, RN and Sinha. B. 2016. Scoring Sustainability Reports Using GRI 2011 Guidelines for Assessing Environmental, Economic, and Social Dimensions of Leading Public and Private Indian Companies, Journal of Business Ethics, 138 (3): 549–558.( http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10551-015-2597-1 )
  22. Sinha, B., Singh, D.N., Basu, A and Ghosh, M. 2016. Application of Remote Sensing in Assessing the Impacts of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), in Ratlam District, Madhya Pradesh, India. In: Sugata Hazra, Anirban Mukhopadhyay, Asim Ratan Ghosh, D. Mitra, V. K. Dadhwa (Editors), Environment and Earth Observation: Case Studies in India, Springer, Switzerland, pp.87-95.
  23. Sinha, B and Patasaraiya M.K. 2016 – Climate Change Mitigation Strategy as a book chapter in the book “Climate Change combating through Science and Technology”, BSMPS Publication, Dehradun, pp. 87-89.
  24. Ghosh, M. and Sinha, B. 2016. Impact of Forest Policies on Timber Production in India: A review Natural Resources Forum, 40: 62-76
  25. Jha, S. K., & Sinha, B. (2017). Benefit Sharing Mechanism for Operationalization of REDD+ in India. Indian Forester, 143(5), 421-430.
  26. Yadava R.N & Sinha B, 2016 Strengthening Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change Vulnerability: Opportunities Through Corporate Social Responsibility. In B.S. Sahay, et.al. (eds.) CSR Corporate Social Responsibility The New Paradigm, BLOOMSBURY, New Delhi, p. 102-122.
  27. Jha, S.K., Mishra.S., Sinha, B., Alatalo, J.M., Pandey, R. 2017. Rural Development Program in Tribal Region: A Protocol for Adaptation and Addressing Climate Change Vulnerability, Journal of Rural Studies, 51: 151-157
  28. Devi R M, Patasaraiya M K, Sinha B, Saran S, Dimri A P, Jaiswal R K. (in press), Understanding the Linkages between Climate Change and Forest: A review, Current Science.
  29. Sinha B, Basu A and Ghosh M. 2017, Role of Mahaama Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) in Contributing Towards Sustainable Rural Development: A Case Study of Dhar District, Madhya Pradesh. In P Dutta and S Majumdar (eds) Sustainable Development Goals Perspectives from the Indian Villages, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, p.141-147.
  30. Yadava R N and Sinha B. 2017, Content Analysis of Top Profit Making Companies towards Sustainability and Sustainable Development. In P Dutta and S Majumdar (eds) Sustainable Development Goals Perspectives from the Indian Villages, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, p.230-239.
  31. Devi R M, Sinha B, Dimri A P and Saran S. 201. Application of Regional Climate Models in assessing climate change impact in forest of Kanha Tiger Reserve, Indian Forester,143(9):921-927.
  32. Sinha B, Basu, A. and Ghosh, M. 2017. Role of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) in contributing Towards Sustainable Development: A case Study of Dhar District, Madhya Pradesh. In Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, 141-147.
  33. Yadava, RN and Sinha. B. 2017. Content Analysis of Top Profit Making Companies towards Sustainability and Sustainable Development. In Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, 230-239.

Books / Reports / Proceedings

  • Singh, K.D., Sinha, B. and Sutar, P.C., 2009. Community based Forest Management with Micro Enterprise for Poverty Reduction. Bishen Singh Mahindra Pal Singh, Dehradun.
  • Sinha, B. (ed). 2010. Proceedings of a workshop on “Integrating Conservation & Sustainable Livelihood Strategies in the Forestry Sector Planning” Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal
  • Sinha, B. 2011. Ecological Analysis of A Sacred Landscape in Garhwal Himalya, India: An interdisciplinary study, Lambert Academic publishing, Germany
  • Sinha, B., Basu, A., Katiyar, A.K. 2011. Impact Assessment of MGNREGA’s Activities for Ecological and Economic Security, IIFM.
  • Esteves T., Rao K V, Sinha, B. et al. 2013. Environmental Benefits and Vulnerability Reduction through MGNREGS: Synthesis report, MORD & GIZ, New Delhi.
  • Sinha, B and Jha S K, 2017. Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment to Climate Change of Malwa region, Madhya Pradesh