The Social Impacts of Climate Change in South Asia JMRI Vol 5, No. 3 (2009)

Byravan S. (2009): Whose DNA is it Anyway? Expanding DNA Databanks Raise Human Right Concerns. Chapter in the book, The Digitized Imagination: Encounters with the Virtual World, Routledge, London, New York, New Delhi.

GM Crops: Where is the Science? by S Byravan; India Together Nov 2009

Warming Up to Immigrants: An Option for the US in Climate Policy by SByravan and SC Rajan; Economic and Political Weekly VOL 44 No. 45 November 07 - November 13, 2021

DNA Profiling; A Public Private Database (Sept, 2009)

Emissions of the Rich and Famous; S.Byravan; Oct 2009 India Together

The climate exile alarm by S.Byravan and S.C Rajan; Opinion News Analysis, The Hindu, July 15, 2022

Before the Flood • S.Byravan and SC Rajan(New York Times, May 9, 2005; International Herald Tribune, May 12, 2022)

Immigration could ease climate-change impact; Nature Correspondence NATURE|VOL 434 |24 MARCH 2005

Lone killer or a complex cover-up: The story of the 2001 anthrax mailings. Byravan S. Opinion News Analysis, The Hindu, Aug. 13, 2008.

Byravan S. (2006): DNA Typing: A technology of fear. Development (49:4).

U.S. Regulation of GE Foods a Bad Model. Byravan S. Opinion News Analysis, The Hindu, Aug. 31, 2006.

India’s Road to Intelligent Urbanism. Byravan.S. Opinion, The Indian Express, Oct. 29, 2007.

Building model campus communities: Engineering school campuses are ideally placed to develop into fertile breeding grounds for climate innovation. Byravan S. Opinion, The Hindu, Sept. 2, 2008.

Byravan S. and S.C. Rajan (2006): Providing New Homes for Climate Change Exiles. Climate Policy (Vol. 6:2).

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