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 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.

This study presents a micro-level assessment of forest fires by identifying the states most vulnerable to high-intensity forest fires and their district hotspots while taking climate change indicators into consideration. The study also investigates the impact of forest fires on local air pollution.

This study investigates a community-owned and managed model of solar irrigation (led by women self-help groups) implemented by Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN) in the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. It aims to assess the impact of irrigation access on agricultural incomes.

India can potentially create about 3.4 million jobs (short and long term) by installing 238 GW solar and 101 GW new wind capacity to achieve the 500 GW non-fossil electricity generation capacity by 2030 goal. These jobs represent those created in the wind and on-grid solar energy sectors.

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