Six districts (in Sikkim, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu) implementing NDCs for achieving climate-proof development
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7 September 2021, New Delhi/Dhaka/Islamabad/Kathmandu : Doctors and medical practitioners representing some of the largest associations and networks of public health professionals today called upon South Asian Governments to phase […]
The developing countries treat climate measures and responses secondary in the current pandemic situation. The space for civil society engagement for ambition in climate response has reduced. In this context, the […]
Transformational Project Pipelines for NDC Implementation with States in India Six Districts (Sikkim, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu) Implementing Nationally Determined Contribution ( NDC) for achieving Climate Proof Development Article […]
How villages, districts and states are preparing localised climate action plans. Migration to cities where per capita income is 148% more as per 2011-12 compared to rural India is one of […]
By 2050, more than 200 million people will be forced to flee their homes due to climate change. Climate change has contributed to melting ice sheets, rising sea levels, and […]
Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) is a coalition of over 250 civil society organisations working in eight South Asian countries to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change. It promotes equity and social justice between peoples, sustainable development of all communities and protection of the global environment. CANSA has been at the forefront of representing the southern perspectives at international climate negotiations and undertakes inter-governmental, regional, and national actions. With its large membership base, CANSA works towards linking policy work, research and action based work in the region to address and set workable solutions to the adverse effects of climate change affecting the region.