This study undertakes a pan-India sub-district level (tehsil-level) assessment of changing monsoon patterns during the southwest monsoon (June to September) and northeast monsoon (October to December).

This study, in collaboration with the Ministry of Jal Shakti of the government of India (GoI), assesses Atal Bhujal Yojana, a central sector scheme of India, for the state of Rajasthan, one of the seven Indian states where the scheme is being implemented.

CEEW conducted a detailed assessment of the technical, economic, and market potential of deploying rooftop solar (RTS) in Indian households by adopting the bottom-up approach. i.e. starting at the household level.

India’s emission trading scheme (ETS), dubbed the Carbon Credit and Trading Scheme (CCTS), passed into legislation last year. CCTS will be an extremely important policy instrument in the path to reach net zero in 2070 because it essentially incentivises industrial entities to reduce emissions.

To operationalise the Loss and Damage Fund (LDF)— established at the 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) after intense negotiations — a Transitional Committee (TC) has been tasked with providing recommendations on the institutional arrangements, elements of the funding arrangements, sources of finance, and ensuring coordination and complementarit

The issue brief unpacks the Global Stocktake (GST) process and analyses the emerging themes in country submissions. It recommends key deliverables of the GST for making it relevant for India and the Global South. The GST lies at the heart of the Paris Agreement.

Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE)-Powered Technologies, having a market potential of $50 billion+(INR 4 lakh crores), can help India generate resilient and sustainable livelihoods for its marginalised communities.

Key stakeholders are now starting to recognise the potential of using decentralised renewable energy (DRE) technologies such as dryers, silk-reeling machines, vertical fodder grow units, and others to transform India’s rural economy. But several questions on their market potential, viability and impact are also emerging.

The global move towards achieving net zero emissions will increase demand for low-carbon and clean technologies such as wind turbines, solar photovoltaics, electric vehicles and energy storage. However, the production of these technologies depends heavily on a few geographically concentrated minerals with limited availability.

This book covers the ongoing efforts of the Government of India to manage water in sustainable and equitable ways. It provides a snapshot of the major policies, schemes, and missions adopted by India related to water management in the last two decades. The schemes are organised within seven themes.