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  • Council on Energy, Environment and Water and Natural Resources Defense Council (2015) 'India: Addressing Climate Change and Moving Towards a Low-Carbon Future' Fact Sheet December [ read now ]
  • Amit Garg, Vimal Mishra and Hem Dholakia, 2015. Climate Change and India: Adaptation Gap (2015) - A Preliminary Assessment. Working paper of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) WP No. 2015-11-01 [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh, Anupama Vijayakumar, and Sudatta Ray (2015) 'Climate Technology Partnerships: Form, Function and Impact' CIGI Fixing Climate Governance Series - Paper No 2, October [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Effective climate tech partnerships' Business Standard,16 October [ read now ]
  • Abhishek Jain, Sudatta Ray, Karthik Ganesan, Michael Aklin, Chao-Yo Cheng, and Johannes Urpelainen (2015) 'Access to Clean Cooking Energy and Electricity: Survey of States' CEEW Report, September [ read now ]
  • Vaibhav Gupta and Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Be resource efficient to make in India' Business Standard,15 September [ read now ]
  • Rudresh Kumar Sugam, Poulami Choudhury, and Shourjomoy Chattopadhyay (2015) 'Agri-Water Sustainability in India: Setting the Agenda for the Alliance for Thought Leadership and Action', CEEW-HUF Foundation-2030 WRG Workshop Report, September [ read now ]
  • Shalu Agrawal and Abhishek Jain (2015) 'Solar Pumps for Sustainable Irrigation: A Budget-Neutral Opportunity' CEEW Policy Brief, August [ read now ]
  • Abhishek Jain and Paul Kattuman (2015) 'Decision-Making and Planning Framework to Improve the Deployment Success of Decentralized Rural Electrification in India' in Sustainable Access to Energy in the Global South, edited by Silvia Hostettler, Ashok Gadgil and Eileen Hazboun. Geneva: Springer International Publishing Switzerland [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh and Shalu Agrawal (2015) 'Sustainable solar irrigation' Business Standard,18 August [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015)'Clean energy isn't a choice anymore' India Today, 24 August [ read now ]
  • Vaibhav Chaturvedi and Mohit Sharma (2015) 'China's role in Global HFC emissions matters for phase-down proposals' CEEW Policy Brief, August [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh and Sir David King (2015) 'Climate risks - the worst cases matter' Business Standard, 21 July [ read now ]
  • David King, Daniel Schrag, Zhou Dadi, Qi Ye, and Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Climate Change: A Risk Assessment', July [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'The big push for renewable energy in India: What will drive it?' Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 71(4), July, 31-42 [ read now ]
  • Minal Pathak, P. R. Shukla, Amit Garg, and Hem Dholakia (2015) 'Integrating Climate Change in City Planning: Framework and Case Studies' in Cities and Sustainability: Issues and Strategic Pathways, edited by S. Mahendra Dev, Sudhakar Yedla. New Delhi: Springer India [ read now ]
  • Hem H. Dholakia, Vimal Mishra, and Amit Garg (2015) 'Predicted Increases in Heat related Mortality under Climate Change in Urban India', CEEW-IIT GN- IIM A Working Paper 2015-05-02, June [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Solar flares burn some' Business Standard, 16 June [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Scaling solar in India: Aggressive policies needed to match ambitious targets', Stanford Energy Journal, May [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh and Karthik Ganesan (2015) Rethink India's energy strategy, Nature 521, 156â [ read now ]

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