OUR MISSION: TO ENRICH POLICY-MAKING WITH INNOVATIVE APPROACHES USING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE, SECURE AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETY

CLIMATE STUDIES

CSTEP through various projects is engaged in climate modelling, mitigation, and adaptation as part of its Climate Studies initiative. The research includes exploration of options for India’s low carbon energy growth as well as adaptation strategies. In recent work, CSTEP undertook the evaluation of green growth strategies for India using Karnataka as an example. CSTEP is also examining technology policy options for climate resilient cities with Karnataka as a focus.


CSTEP’s Take on Climate Worldwide   
   - Issue 1 (July 15-31, 2015)
   - Issue 2 (August 1-15, 2015)
                              - Issue 3 (August 15-31, 2015)
                              - Isuue 4 (September 1-15, 2015)
                              - Issue 5 (September 15-30, 2015)
                              - Issue 6 (October 1-15, 2015)
                              - Issue 7 (October 15-31, 2015) 
                              - Issue 8 (November 1-15, 2015)
                              - Issue 9 (November 15-30, 2015)
                              - Issue 10 (December 1-15, 2015)
                              - Issue 11 (Decemeber 15-31, 2015)
                              - Issue 12 (January 1-15, 2016)

Ongoing Projects
- Establishing a Consortium for Peri-urban Research
This project will work at the intersection of scholarship and action on climate change, peri-urban development and regional planning to understand how climate resilience and sustainability in peri-urban areas of South Asia could be systematically improved.

Completed Projects
Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in South Asia
Low Carbon Strategies for Inclusive Growth

Green-Growth, Low-Carbon and Climate Change-Resilient Development for Karnataka
A Sustainable Development Framework for India’s Climate Policy

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Recent Activities

Quality of Life for All: A Sustainable Development Framework for India’s Climate Policy Technical Report

August 27, 2015