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Title: Sustainable Urban Development: Necessity of Integrating Water-Energy-Food Dimensions in Developmental Policies
Author:Tayal S, Singh S
Date:October 2016

India is in a state of transition from traditional rural economy to a modern industrial economy. However, with increasing urbanization it faces challenges in terms of population rise, unplanned urbanization, climate change and degraded ecosystem which pose major impediments towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals. As on 2015, 400 million people reside in urban India and by the year 2050, the number of people living in Indian cities is expected to be about 840 million, which will further aggravate the issues of water, energy and food security.

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