India can turn the crisis precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic into an opportunity by resetting its energy spending to favour renewable power in all spheres of economic activity.
The faltering addition of solar power capacity in India is likely to be further hammered by the coronavirus disruption, making it more difficult to meet energy transition targets.
Electric auto-rickshaws repurposed to hold a kitchen are providing an innovative and eco-friendly way for women in Kerala to earn a livelihood.
As renewables continue to be the cheapest source of electricity in India, many states are framing policies to further boost the use of clean energy.
India’s political leadership is failing to explicitly make the connection between security, development and climate change in this election campaign, even though many issues hinge on it.
Community interventions to dig wells and ponds has enabled farmers to fight drought and halt the trend of desertification in Odisha’s Balangir district.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that we can learn from Gandhi’s values when it comes to tackling climate change.
Electricity for farm work is now solar-powered by the state power distribution company. The success of this initiative can be a model for other states
A growing and persistent need to reduce carbon emissions have led to an increase in funding for innovative green projects in India.
It has been a double whammy for migrant workers fleeing the unprecedented Kerala floods back home to the Sundarbans in West Bengal, a region that is anyway facing the brunt of climate change.