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Effect of a net-zero target for India’s energy transitions & climate policy

The study has been authored by Vaibhav Chaturvedi and Ankur Malyan
This study attempts to address this gap by modelling alternative peaking and net-zero-year scenarios for India, and highlighting its implications for transition in energy-intensive sectors.
This study attempts to address this gap by modelling alternative peaking and net-zero-year scenarios for India, and highlighting its implications for transition in energy-intensive sectors.
Updated on Nov 01, 2021 12:44 PM IST
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ByCouncil on Energy, Environment and Water

Ahead of CoP 26 meet: A Negotiation Strategy

The study has been authored by Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Former Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission of India and Distinguished Fellow, Centre for Social and Economic Progress. Utkarsh Patel, part-time Associate Fellow, Sustainability & Climate Change, at CSEP.
FILE PHOTO: People take part in a Climate March in Brussels, Belgium, ahead of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, October 10, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo(REUTERS)
FILE PHOTO: People take part in a Climate March in Brussels, Belgium, ahead of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, October 10, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo(REUTERS)
Published on Oct 26, 2021 07:22 AM IST
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ByCentre for Social and Economic Progress

Climate crisis: What can trees really do for us?

As the amount of carbon in the atmosphere rises, this eat-and-be-eaten cycle increases to keep up. Metabolically, trees are running just to stand still. In the course of all this cycling, forests are locking up the major part of the 33% of human-caused emissions removed from the atmosphere.
Forests are not nurtured, they have to fend for themselves. (File Photo)
Forests are not nurtured, they have to fend for themselves. (File Photo)
Published on Oct 14, 2021 01:37 PM IST
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Climate change is killing the world's coral reefs: Study

A new study shows that corals are under siege from global warming, with 14% wiped out over a ten-year period.
Much of the loss was attributed to coral bleaching (David Bellwood/ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies/AP/picture alliance )
Much of the loss was attributed to coral bleaching (David Bellwood/ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies/AP/picture alliance )
Published on Oct 05, 2021 10:57 AM IST
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ByDeutsche Welle

World leaders call for cleaner, greener planet

  • The two-day summit is the second of its kind following the inaugural meeting held in Copenhagen in 2018, and is focused on public-private partnerships, especially in developing countries.
Representational: World leaders committed under the 2015 Paris accord to keeping the global temperature increase to under two degrees Celsius - and ideally closer to 1.5°C - by 2050. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Representational: World leaders committed under the 2015 Paris accord to keeping the global temperature increase to under two degrees Celsius - and ideally closer to 1.5°C - by 2050. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published on May 31, 2021 08:14 AM IST
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