Професор Медані П. Бхандарі, професор кафедри фінансів і підприємництва, дав інтерв‘ю для журнала «Advances in Agriculture and Environmental Science» про те, яким чином персональна історія та сприйняття світу мотивує людей присвячувати своє життя збереженню природного та соціального середовища.

 

Abstract. This is a second-round interview, with Prof. Medani P. Bhandari. In the first interview, Prof. Bhandari explained why “VashudhivaKuttumbakam” the entire planet is our home and all living beings are our relatives. in which he explained how geographical, and socio-cultural environment on personal motivation building and how he became interested in the conservation of nature and natural resources, what was the problems and how he overcome and continuously working on the same track with the same focus in his entire life. In this round, we will discuss “Live and let other live- the harmony with nature /living beings-in reference to sustainable development (SD)- and to how India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are coping with the agendas of sustainable development. Prof. Bhandari is a lifelong conservationist, expert of climate change impact, sustainability, social empowerment and educationalist, who has devoted his entire life for the conservation of nature and social services. This true story tells how personal background makes people’s perceptions on nature and society and what role a spiritual / tradition, Indigenous knowledge can motivate himself or herself to devote on conservation of nature and social empowerment. He also shares the essence of education- how as a poor subsistence farmer child suffered to find educational options (six hours walk for school, swim cross three rivers for schooling – only four hours sleep, experiencing death). In this interview, Prof. Bhandari explains the essence of sustainable development; but says SD is not a readymade solution of the current global crisis. There are two parts in this interview, the first part is an educational journey, second is or is not the contemporary world’s economic and social phenomena is favorable for the sustainability of the planet. This interview covers the historical account of SD, its goals and theories and practice of sustainability. Prof. Bhandari has published more than 60 papers on international journals, many monographs published and four books and poems volumes. His recent book “Green Web-II: Standards and Perspectives from the IUCN, Published, sold and distributed by River Publishers, Denmark / the Netherlands ISBN: 978-87-70220-12-5 (Hardback) 978-87-70220-11-8 (eBook)-2018” which also deals how collectively we can resolve the global environmental crisis. A brief biography and contact details of Prof. Bhandari is included at the end of this interview. Prof. Bhandari states “My intention, of life, is to pay back; give or contribute to the society in fullest whatever I have, earned, or experienced.” Hopefully, readers will enjoy reading and will be benefited from this true an intrinsic motivational story with the evidence of scientifically grounded facts.

Повний текст інтерв‘ю  знаходиться на сайті журналу  «Advances in Agriculture and Environmental Science»

Цитування: Bhandari MP. Live and let other live- the harmony with nature /living beings-in reference to sustainable development (SD)- is contemporary world’s economic and social phenomena is favorable for the sustainability of the planet in reference to India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan? Adv Agr Environ Sci. (2019);2(1): 37−57. DOI: 10.30881/aaeoa.00020 http://ologyjournals.com/aaeoa/aaeoa_00020.pdf

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