News Desk, News Nation 360 : As an accomplished economist with over 46 peer-reviewed publications in prestigious international journals specialising in energy economics and policy, Anandajit Goswami is a three-time award-winning author. In addition to being a scholar, he is a multifaceted person who plays sports and is a musician, with music featured in Jashn E Adab. Indian Literary Review and The Hindu have praised Goswami's literary contributions, which represent groundbreaking advances in Indian literature. Regarding his writing endeavours, Goswami has written six books of fiction and six books of scholarly reference. Especially noteworthy is the fact that "Lucy Ebong Shei Trainti" is the first book in a ground-breaking science fiction series about sustainability. The enigmatic thriller, which moves forward in time and is set in a dystopian, post-humanistic world with a cast of characters on a train, examines the difficulties associated with sustainability. The story takes a surprising turn at the end, offering several solutions for a happy world while making use of metaphors related to the human mind, dreams, humanitarian love, understanding, creativity, and Lucy's embodiment of youth. Goswami collaborates with CRY and WWF to uphold animal and child rights. His efforts to promote climate action through music are resonant with the POP Movement, which is affiliated with the World Sustainable Development Forum. He makes a lasting impact in several areas by offering advisory skills to UNECA, UNIDO, the Copenhagen Consensus Centre, NITI Aayog, and the State Governments of Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh. Goswami's commitment to social empowerment is acknowledged by institutions such as the NADA Foundation and the All India Human Rights Council, and is facilitated through "The TOHRI Foundation." He is a PhD holder in Energy Economics and a post-graduate in Economics from JNU. He is the director and professor of the Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies. He also works at the Ashoka Centre for People-Centric Energy Transition as a Research Fellow.
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