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Sunita Narain recounts her tryst with environment in her book Conflicts of Interest

Environmentalist Sunita Narain talks about her new book and a blueprint for a clean, green future.

At a time when #cleanair and #righttobreathe have become the most popular hashtags on India's social media scene, environmentalist Sunita Narain talks to Prachi Bhuchar about her new book and a blueprint for a clean, green future.

Q. What makes Conflicts of Interest different from your previous books?

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