This interactive guidebook builds on the experience of organising and delivering the Solarise Delhi campaigns. It presents a simple to understand yet comprehensive how-to guide that can help local actors design and organise their own Solarise campaigns.

This study analyses the Montreal Protocol as a potential instrument and forum for the global governance of solar radiation management (SRM) research. It creates an analytical framework to examine the objectives, institutional capacity, and jurisdiction of the Montreal Protocol to determine the extent to which it can govern SRM research.

This study assesses Delhi’s air pollution scenario in the winter of 2021 and the actions to tackle it. Winter 2021 was unlike previous winters as the control measures mandated by the Commission of Air Quality Management (CAQM) in Delhi National Capital Region and adjoining areas were rolled out.

The issue brief discusses the importance of communicating climate information to the larger public and enhance their understanding of countries' climate performance.

The issue brief discusses the importance of communicating climate information to the larger public and enhance their understanding of countries' climate performance.

The issue brief discusses the importance of communicating climate information to the larger public and enhance their understanding of countries' climate performance.

This study examines what India’s transport energy use and associated carbon emissions will look like in a business-as-usual (BAU) scenario over the next 30 years. It indicates that India’s transport sector will witness deep structural changes, driven by market forces, in the next couple of decades.

This Powering Livelihoods market research report provides insights on the value chain, market segmentation, and policy associated with micro solar pumps.

This report analyses the solar manufacturing landscape in India, specifically through a technology lens. It assesses the current and upcoming technology landscape, requirements of Indian manufacturers, and measures taken by other nations to support their solar manufacturing sectors.

This study presents results, challenges and learnings from the Solarise Delhi campaigns - a discom-led, community-based demand aggregation and awareness pilot for rooftop solar (RTS), implemented by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), in two urban areas of New Delhi. The campaigns were co-led by the U.S.

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