Will Modi’s US Visit Provide a Cooling Solution to a Warming Planet?
By Zerin Osho and Kiran Ghosh
Climate change needs to be a key part of the agenda. Eliminating HFCs – the topic of a previous breakthrough – is a good place to start.
India Puts 5-Year Pause on New Coal Plants, Bets on Renewables, Batteries
By Sibi Arasu
India’s new national electricity plan is hailed by energy experts as a positive step for a country that is currently reliant on coal for around 75 percent of its electricity.
Choked: Where Is New Delhi’s Response to Air Pollution?
By Aditya Srinivasan
Each year, Delhi spends the winter choked in dangerous smog. So why is the scale of the problem not matched by a desperate, crisis-mode policy response?
India’s New Climate Target: Paris-Compliant, But Not Much More
By Tarun Gopalakrishnan
It remains ambitious on renewable energy expansion but moves away from its 2.5-billion-ton forest carbon sequestration target.