No Vaccine for Climate Change

Healthcare professionals join the fight against fossil fuels Climate trends website details Healthy Energy Initiative India, Health Care without Harm, Climate Trends and Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) recently […]


’tis an ill wind that’s been blowing… and it needs to go away.

Over 30 groups representing those impacted by coal, oil and gas exploration and production from the 4 states of India, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, on Monday joined […]


Role Warsaw International Mechanism should play for addressing Loss and Damage

By Rushati Das
At the COP19 in Warsaw, Poland, Warsaw International Mechanism (WIM) for Loss and Damage associated with Climate Change Impacts (Loss and Damage Mechanism) was established under the Cancun Adaptation Framework.


Taking Stock on World Environment Day

By Senashia Ekanayake
The world we live in is fast depleting and dying in front of our eyes. 15-year olds take centre stage while 70+ year olds gamble their remaining


The Necessity of Strong Climate Resilient Infrastructure Policy

By Alokya Kanungo
No country be it developing or developed is spared from the brunt of disasters. During the month of May, Indian states including Odisha, Andra Pradesh, West Bengal


Climate Case Studies: Community Managed Nutrition Gardens

One of the most worrying insights from UNFCCC 23rd Conference of Parties (COP23) in November 2017 is that despite the efforts to date, the window to avoid large-scale climate change […]


Climate Case Studies: Women Led Climate Resilient Farming

One of the most worrying insights from UNFCCC 23rd Conference of Parties (COP23) in November 2017 is that despite the efforts to date, the window to avoid large-scale climate change […]


World Wakes Up to Climate Migration

By Harjeet Singh
Millions of people worldwide are being displaced by natural disasters triggered partially by climate change, and the international community is finally taking steps to mitigate the suffering.


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 […]


Climate Change Victims Need Money to Survive, Not Words

By Harjeet Singh
Sven Harmeling and Julie-Anne Richards The 65-year-old is not alone. Since Cyclone Aila hit the region in the year 2009, over 2,000 families have been displaced due to…


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