This is the creeping terror that haunts every recovering dope addict. We are a silent minority. And we are a growing minority. But, as with any minority, we have been misperceived, stereotyped, underrepresented and grotesquely vilified, often by ourselves.
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While America-centric enviros might think of India as "backward" with images of the 1984 Union Carbide Bhopal disaster and its toxic effects lingering, India just might surge ahead of us when it comes to its system for litigating development and the environment.