Promoting Pro-Poor Low Carbon Development Strategies in India & Sri Lanka

Globally climate change and continued poverty are probably the two largest, long-term challenges for human development. If developing countries plan their development with the energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions […]

Shaping Stakeholders’ Opinion In India for An Equitable And Ambitious Global Climate Agreement In 2015

The Mobilisation project aims to engage a wide range of stakeholders in India to discuss and disseminate options for an equitable and ambitious global climate agreement in COP21. The technical […]

India’s Triple Challenge: Growth, Development and Climate Change

India’s goals for economic growth are ambitious; the Indian Government is aiming to achieve human development on a par with EU countries. There is also an intention to deliver ‘access […]

Connecting Local-National-Regional-International Action For Climate Resilience & Low Carbon Development In India

The project aims to facilitate regular interactions between local-national-regional-international actions on low carbon growth & climate resilience in order to ensure pro-poor policies and climate negotiations. The activities include developing […]

Supporting Indo-German Understanding Of Climate Change Negotiation Positions

he project seeks to support the Indo-German understanding of negotiating positions, which are relevant for the success of the envisioned UNFCCC outcome in Paris 2015. The project involves observaing  the […]

Enhancing Capacity of policymakers and practitioners in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal on Loss and Damage

South Asia is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts, including slow onset events. Though various stakeholders are engaged actively in adaptation work and its integration in the development policies, understanding […]

Adapting Climate Impacted Agriculture in South Asia

There is a limited understanding of the nature of impacts of climate change on various sectors that affect the livelihoods of the people of South Asia and how communities should […]

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