In her book “This Changes Everything”, Naomi Klein argues that we are fooling ourselves, if we think that some smart policies and minor lifestyle changes will be enough to stop dangerous climate [...]
The more carbon space India gets, the less carbon space others get. Obviously, this leads to very heated political arguments between different states. For India, this is an absolutely central issue.
One of the greatest advantages of solar is that is can be installed anywhere, quickly and easily. However, it needs to compete with the end-customers’ alternatives. This is where socket parity [...]
As renewables are entering the 2.0 phase, they no longer need governments support to grow. They have reached grid parity in many places. If you don’t know exactly what that means, read on.
By the end of 2014, India had accumulated almost US$ 3 bn in funds through the coal cess. That sounds good and is a good start. However, a closer look shows that the idea is not yet well implemented.
Neha Juneja, together with Ankit Matthur, founded a clean cookstoves business called Greenway Grameen. It provides an affordable, desirable cookstove to improve the quality of life for Indian women.
How certain are we that our climate is changing? How “scientific” is climate science? Despite the complexity of the global climate system, there are a number of things we can be pretty sure of.