We analyse the climate action in the US and presents a few inconvenient truths — one per chapter. What we find is that the US climate action plan is neither ambitious nor equitable. Whatever reduction is achieved, whether due to increased efficiency or a shift in fossil fuel use, will be run over by runaway consumption. We conclude, for the sake of the world’s future: American lifestyle can no longer remain non-negotiable.
TO FRAC OR NOT TO FRAC:
SHALE GAS IN INDIA
This report analyses the experience of shale gas development in the U.S., and provides an overview of potential environmental and social impacts and risks that the large-scale exploitation of shale gas would entail in India.
Lived Anomaly is about what is happening to farmers in India because of extreme weather events, largely as told by farmers themselves. The report asks: what kind of safety net need to be put in place to Cope with Extreme Weather Events.
HEAT ON POWER:
GREEN RATING OF COAL-BASED POWER PLANTS
Over 70% of India’s electricity supply comes from coal-fired power plants. This book, published in 2015, presents the environmental performance of India’s coal-based power sector and offers recommendations on how to reduce its environmental costs.