Building climate-resilient cities through livelihood security for the urban poor

By Divyanshi Yadav
The webinar Climate Resilient Cities – Livelihood Security for self-employed unorganized sector workers, organised by CANSA on 16th September,is the third of four webinars touching upon….

New analysis finds world has more than enough renewable energy potential to replace fossil fuels and meet 1.5ºC target

Fossil Fuel Exit Strategy finds that existing coal, oil and gas production puts the world on course to overshoot Paris climate targets. The report analyses global renewable energy potential, and […]

Cansa Urges

CANSA urges all countries to submit ambitious climate action plans, as UN deadline for Paris Agreement submissions approaches 25 December 2020, Dhaka/New Delhi: Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA), a […]

About Us

Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) is a coalition of about 300 civil society organisations working in 08 South Asian countries to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced […]


De-risking International Investments in Indian Solar Energy Sector A Multi-stakeholder Workshop titled ”De-risking International Investments in Indian Solar Energy Sector” was organised in Intersolar, Bengaluru on 13th December, 2018 by […]

Puja delivering the CAN intervention on the Talanoa Dialogue

Read the full opening intervention here.

CANSA in partnership with Germanwatch hosted a day long workshop on ‘Sustainable Lifestyles’ on 23rd March 2018 at Conference of Vasudha Foundation in Delhi. The event was an opportunity to present […]

Addressing Climate Change from the Perspective of Women and Children

The historical social structures in India have left women and children, as the most vulnerable to some of the biggest risks facing the country today. While the policy frameworks meant […]

CANSA member GEAG co-hosts ‘Consultation workshop for children-centric and climate-resilient WASH, Nutrition and Education in Uttar Pradesh’ 28 December, 2017 Uttar Pradesh GEAG co-organised a one-day workshop on Dec 28, […]

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