This new study released by the Centre for Development Finance, IFMR, and IIT Madras evaluates the design of the eight climate missions of the country as developed by individual ministries using the principles laid out in the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) of the Prime Minister’s Council.
One of the main consequences of climate change will be rising seas, which will cause tens to hundreds of millions of people to be flooded out of their homes in coastal areas and in many low-lying atoll nations, some of which will become untenable as states or entirely disappear.
Energy scenarios and pathways for India by Sudhir Chella Rajan, KC Adaina, Aashish Gupta, Aniket Pangarkar, Rakesh Iyer, Uttara Narayan, & Sarada R. at National Climate Research Conference, IIT Delhi, March 5-6, 2010.
India is in a unique predicament; it has a stake in both preventing climate change and avoiding costly mitigation.
The Indraprastha Thermal Power Station in New Delhi. About one-fourth of the air pollution in Delhi is caused by industries and coal-based thermal power plants, according to the Union Ministry of Environment.
Climate migrants and exiles pose a unique challenge that requires a special international strategy, which only the United States, with its well-established and transparent regimes for legal immigration, has the experience and capacity to develop.
India is among the top five countries in renewable energy capacity, according to this study released by Prayas Energy Group, Pune. It compares the energy use trends in India with the US, EU & China and provides an overview of India