Insurance coverage plays an important role in protecting households, businesses and governments from the financial impacts of climate-related disasters.

The wind industry can expect record installations in both onshore and offshore markets by 2025 with 680 GW of new capacity expected by 2027. Policymakers need to act now to avoid a supply chain bottleneck stalling the deployment of wind energy from 2026.

HAPs are India’s primary policy response to economically damaging and life threatening heatwaves. They prescribe a variety of preparatory activities, disaster responses, and post-heatwave response measures across state, district, and city government departments to decrease the impact of heatwaves.

The Twenty-sixth Report of the Committee on Estimates (2022-23) on ‘Evaluation of Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy’ pertaining to the Ministry of Heavy Industries (MHI) was presented to Lok Sabha on 24th March, 2023.

The Ministry of Power (MoP) has issued draft guidelines on March 24 asking the stakeholders, including the distribution companies (Discoms), in the name of “Electricity (Rights of Consumers) Amendment Rules, 2023 to provide their comments, if any, by April 14.

This new TRAFFIC study reveals Southeast Asia’s significant role in the legal and illicit trade of Madagascar’s rare and endemic wildlife and calls for intensified international co-operation to stem biodiversity loss.

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.

Niger is a fragile country, marked by a poorly diversified economy and extreme poverty. Climate change, rapid demographic growth, and weak governance are major threats to Niger's growth. These changes have led to human losses, decreased soil productivity, and increased competition for access to resources.

A global water security assessment led by United Nations water experts found that the majority of the world’s population currently live in water-insecure countries. This is a cause for major concern because water security is fundamental to development.

Over the last few years, India has been implementing several nutrition interventions as part of its national strategy to address malnutrition and associated risks.