JUST TRANSITION IN INDIA: AN INQUIRY INTO THE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF A POST-COAL FUTURE
This book aims to understand what just transition means for India, detailing the risks and opportunities of coal phase-out. It builds on an in-depth research of a top coal mining district of Jharkhand, where many coal mines are already closed. It also proposes what coal mining districts and governments should do to plan for a just transition.
GRAIN BY GRAIN:
GREEN RATING OF THE FERTILIZER SECTOR
The nitrogenous fertilizer industry has a significant role to play in addressing two major global environmental challenges: nitrogen pollution and climate change. How are Indian companies faring on these two major challenges? This state-of-the-art report analyses the environmental performance of all Urea manufacturing plants in India and has a simple recommendation: the time for change is here and now.
STATE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN INDIA:
A CITIZEN’S REPORT, 2019
The second Citizen’s Report takes a close look at the strengths and challenges facing the RE sector, and whether the sector can overcome these obstacles and emerge as a viable alternative to conventional energy sources. The question that the report asks is: Can India chart a brave new world of 100 per cent renewable quickly and efficiently?
CLIMATE CHANGE NOW:
THE STORY OF CARBON COLONIZATION
This book is the voice of the developing countries, who are the victims of climate change, even though they have not contributed to the problem. Climate change is going to widen the gap between developed and developing countries. This is the story of carbon colonisation...
INDIA’S ENERGY TRANSITION: POTENTIAL AND PROSPECTS
The analysis provided in this book encourages the reader to envisage the “brave new world” of an India that is powered by renewable energy to a large extent. The book provides ideas about what is needed to reach this new world, especially when it comes to the mobilization of finance, and with regard to reforming the distribution system and the grid itself.