Control over land has been central to conflicts - including colonialism - in human history, and as the climate crisis intensifies, land is in the focus…
Women are disproportionately impacted by India's climate crisis, and need to be part of the decisionmaking, and Ambika Vishwanath explains water and a…
Mispricing the economic costs of climate change has huge implications, and Neha Kumar of the Climate Bonds Initiative explains all things green finance
The most successful adaptation measures are the ones that are deeply interlinked with the societies and cultures that they seek to preserve.
The American Civil War, with its lessons of a house divided, the economics of slave trade and industrialisation, holds important lessons for a climate…
The loss to the Indian economy due to the pandemic shutdown, and the loss of jobs, shows that the current model of growth is unsustainable, even…
As the effects of the climate crisis intensify, some of the solutions offered seem to be largely beneficial to those responsible for the problem
Signal victories by activists sometimes obscure the fact that only some people have the capacity and opportunity to engage in it, sustainable change…
A truly just green transition means not just that there are green jobs available, but also that the technology these are based on are appropriate and…
Technology and infrastructure ringfence opportunities in India, as our - largely successful - electrification stories shows us, though, the key to…
As the ongoing pandemic shows, ignoring weak social infrastructure at a time when crises are becoming increasingly global and costly, is a dangerous…
A focus on personal efforts by common people is too often a distraction from the systemic changes needed to deal with the climate crisis