India’s Grand Plan for Kashmir Dams
By Safina Nabi
The seven new dams that India is constructing in the fragile ecology of Indian-administered Kashmir will carry a high human and environmental cost.
Loktak Lake: The Human and Environmental Costs of Hydropower
By Eileen McDougall
A dam in Manipur showcases the long-term impact on both ecology and local communities.
The Indus Waters Treaty: India and Pakistan’s Water Divorce
By Varsha Venkatasubramanian
Just as the bank of a river doesn’t remain static, the problems and opportunities associated with the Indus Basin have changed as well. It’s time for a new treaty.
India To Expedite Dam Construction After China Announces Project in Tibet
However, environmental concerns continue to dog the planned hydroelectric projects in India’s northeast.
Look West, Think Ahead: The Role of Renewables in India’s Energy Security
By Heather Byrne
The future of India’s energy security lies in diversifying its portfolio.
India's Water-Energy Nexus
By Mohsin Amin and Simi Mehta
India's water crisis is impacting its energy supply. What can be done?