India is set for a period of rapid, sustained growth in energy demand: how could this re-shape the global energy scene? This comprehensive analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA) assesses the multiple challenges and opportunities facing India as it develops the resources and infrastructure to meet its energy needs.
The imagery used to communicate climate change can and should be more diverse than polar bears and melting ice. Climate Visuals takes the first steps towards helping communicators tell a better visual story about climate change in their report, “7 principles for visual climate change communication.”
In March 2016, the Kerala Paristhithi Aikyavedi, an umbrella organisation of environmental groups in the State, released a green development agenda for political parties to incorporate into their manifesto for the elections to the Assembly. Aikyavedi leaders V.S. Vijayan, R. Sridhar and S. Usha said the green agenda was aimed at ensuring the sustainable development of the State. Source: The Hindu.
The Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change (INECC) Newsletter, Eco-Ethic, March 2016 focuses on the question: Now that Paris CoP21 is over, and we have an agreement on how to move forward internationally under the UNFCCC process, what does it mean for us and what do we need to focus on?
If we are going to limit global warming to the 2-degree Celsius benchmark, there will need to be a fundamental shift in the economy: away from growth-at-any cost globalization – a system that is heavily tilted in favor of the biggest corporations and financial institutions – towards more diversified, localized economies that serve the real needs of people and the planet. Read more about causes and solutions in this Local Futures Action Paper.
This position paper by Brot für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst discusses the need for the Paris agreement to show solidarity with the most vulnerable and to support them in dealing with the damage and loss associated with climate change.
This report, released by the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), IDS-Nepal, Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP) and Practical Action assesses how climate change will affect key economic sectors in Nepal, such as agriculture, water and energy.
This working paper from the International Water Management Institute aims to create a comprehensive understanding of how the impacts of Climate Change will be realized at different scales in Nepal, from household livelihoods to national food security, and the many institutions governing the overall adaptation process.