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Press Release: China, EU and US to corner 28% of global carbon space by 2030
New Delhi (7 December 2015) – At least 28% of the total “carbon space” of 1000 Gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (GtCO2eq) lef...
Added on 7 Dec 2015
Press Release: India's Climate Adaptation Gap Amounts to USD 1 Trillion, reveals CEEW - IIM A - IIT Gn study
New Delhi (1 December 2015) – India would need over USD 1 trillion from now until 2030 to adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change accordi...
Added on 1 Dec 2015
CEEW-NRDC Press Statement on the International Solar Alliance
New Delhi (November 30, 2015) — India formally launched an International Solar Alliance today at the COP21 climate negotiations as part of its e...
Added on 30 Nov 2015
CEEW and Embassy of France in India Co-Host Roundtable on Energy Storage Collaborations
The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and the Embassy of France in India jointly hosted a roundtable discussion on energy storage techno...
Added on 20 Nov 2015
Latest CEEW Policy Brief: China's Role in Global HFC Emissions
As per the initial results of Dr Guss Velders’ global HFC emissions study, Chinese HFC emissions will be 31% of global HFC emissions in 2050, wh...
Added on 29 Oct 2015
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Creating a Skilled Workforce to Scale Up Clean Energy in India  By Kanika Chawla and Neeraj Kuldeep As Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated in San Jose, California last month, "India has the makings of becoming a...
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Creating A Solar Army: Training Workforce to Support India's Renewable Energy Targets  By Morgan Capilla, Meredith Connolly and Kanika Chawla India's renewable energy industry is growing at a rapid pace, with the solar and wi...
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Decoding India's Climate Contributions  By Arunabha Ghosh and Kanika Chawla India was the last major economy to submit its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the UN Fra...
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Sustainable solar irrigation  By Arunabha Ghosh and Shalu Agrawal Earlier this year, Maharashtra announced plans to replace half a million electric pumps with solar-powered agri...
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Climate risks - the worst cases matter  By Arunabha Ghosh and David King When we think about the risks to a business's viability, or the threats to a nation's security, we normally ask, "...
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In India, around 74 million rural households lack access to modern lighting services and a larger proportion of the population (around 840 million) continue to be dependent on traditional biomass energy sources