Renewable energy: Policy and practice - a presentation by Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director-General, CSE at CSE Annual South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2013 being held in New Delhi from September 18-19, 2013.

A steady drizzle on Sunday morning did little to discourage a group of volunteers from doing their bit to save Alahalli lake near JP Nagar in the City.

New Delhi: A United Nations (UN) report h as warned India that it is at greater risk by opting for public private partnership (PPP) mode of investment for raising its public infrastructure where th

Sasur Khaderi Project under MNREGA - Presentation by Kanchan Verma, DM Fatehpur.

This study examines the impact of mandated reservations for female sarpanch (elected heads of gram panchayats) on perceptions of service delivery and women's democratic participation. Using survey data from Sangli district in Maharashtra, it finds that the availability of basic public services is significantly higher in female sarpanch villages compared to the male sarpanch villages when the former have been in the job for three to three-and-a-half years.

Society's response to climate change is inevitably mediated by culture. In a Review Article that analyses important new research from across the social sciences, climate change is shown to threaten important cultural dimensions of people's lives and livelihoods — including material and lived aspects of culture, identity, community cohesion and sense of place.

Electronic Governance (EGOV) research studies the use of Information and Communication Technologies to improve governance processes. Sustainable Development (SD) research studies possible development routes that satisfy the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs. Despite substantial progress in advancing both domains independently, little research exists at their intersection — how to utilize EGOV in support of SD. We call this intersection Electronic Governance for Sustainable Development (EGOV4SD).

With nations doing little to slow climate change, many people are ramping up plans to adapt to the inevitable.

New Delhi: The government will have to secure the nod of two-thirds of landowners to acquire a patch of land for private/PPP projects while acquisition in tribal areas would be possible only with t

The new “investor-friendly” version of the controversial land Bill was today cleared by a group of ministers led by Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar.