Climate Change

The effect of climate change on India and the policies and actions that are needed to counter it.

“Yearly Investment in Solar Energy Needs to Double this Decade”: ISA’s Jagjeet Sareen on...

"We need to mobilize solar investment at unprecedented rates to ensure that our installed capacities can balance an ever-increasing demand," added Sareen.

A Little Less Climate Science, a Lot More Climate Communication

Reports on climate change are not easy to comprehend. This creates a communication gap between scientists and the masses, especially those directly impacted by climate change.

Does the Budget’s Push for Clean Energy Account for the 21.3 Million Indians Employed...

As the 2022 Budget pushes for renewable energy to replace polluting sources, long-term jobs must be generated at scale for a just transition.

Green Bonds: The Next Big Thing in Green Finance

‘Green finance’ is the new buzzword in the finance world: these are loans, debts, or investments available to be raised solely for those projects considered green.

How Does India See Her Oceans?

Most of our “blue v/s economy” contests stem from the fact that climate change is making the ocean more unknown to us than before.
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India At COP26: “The World’s Best Last Chance to Get Runaway Climate Change Under...

Shikha Bhasin and Bhasker Tripathi explain the past, present, and future of India’s climate negotiations at the Conference of the Parties.

Documenting Displacement, Climate Crises, and Trauma: All In a Day’s Work For Environmental Reporters

With environmental reporters covering the worst of the climate crises, what can media houses do to support a healthy work environment for them?

“Slow Onset” Climate Hazards Are Upon Us. How Are We Responding to Them?

There is a growing need to understand slow onset climate processes, especially for informing long-term adaptation policy measures to address the cumulative and compounding nature of their climate impacts.

Trailing A Path of Non-Anthropogenic Jurisprudence Amidst the Climate Crisis

In the age of the Anthropocene, can the world’s rapid biodiversity losses be mitigated by shifting to a non-anthropogenic legal paradigm?

India’s Reported Heat Wave Deaths Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

Between 1992 to 2015, heat waves caused between 400 to 3000 deaths per year. However, these death numbers are gravely underreported, something which has caught the eye of the government too. Why are heat-related illnesses and deaths under-reported, and what impact does this data gap have on preparing for this extreme weather event?