Tag: Climate Action
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.
With some climate finance demands at COP26 unmet, how should developing countries like India make use of international climate finance efficiently?
This article is produced under the aegis of Climate Tracker’s Online COP26 Climate Justice Journalism Fellowship, awarded to The Bastion's Environment Lead Vaishnavi Rathore....
Shikha Bhasin and Bhasker Tripathi explain the past, present, and future of India’s climate negotiations at the Conference of the Parties.
The judicial system can be a vital tool in the battle against climate change, if used in the right manner. But what is the 'right manner'?
When we blame farmers for polluting the environment, we completely miss the intersection that exists between food production, ecology, and the threat that neo-liberal market reforms pose.
In 2015, the Indian government submitted its climate mitigation and adaptation targets via the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) to the UN Framework Convention...
Climate change is the biggest existential threat to mankind; the possible impacts are so severe and profound that they are even beyond one’s comprehension....
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