The Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) is one of India's leading think tanks, with a mission to enrich policymaking with innovative approaches using science and technology for a sustainable, secure and inclusive society.Read More
drop in emissions from the domestic sector in Patna can be expected, if the city promotes the use of induction stoves and LPG.
CSTEP works in critical areas such as environment, energy and strategic materials to enable sustainable growth. We are also involved in cutting-edge research that incorporates Artificial Intelligence for social good and computational tools and modelling to provide solutions for complex developmental issues in India.
The present pandemic has been one of the most disruptive events in our lives. It has dislodged us from our comfort zone, challenging us to find new ways to work, collaborate, and interact. In this article, published by On Think Tanks, HR Manager Kavitha Nair documents the challenges that the Human Resources team at CSTEP faced during the lockdown, and how they managed to overcome them.Read More
Our mobile-monitoring studies, which map on-road air-pollution levels over select routes in Bengaluru, help us determine how dirty our commute is. This will eventually inform policy decisions.- Dr Sreekanth Vakacherla, Senior Research Scientist
"CSTEP has been by far, one of our best investments in India. CSTEP marries very well the policy needs with the capacity to provide top-level advice."- Leonardo Lacerda, Director-Environment, Oak Foundation
"Two key values I have witnessed at CSTEP are integrity and humility, because of which they have managed to build very good long-term relationships."- Dr Samar Verma, Former Programme Manager, IDRC
"CSTEP is a good and trustworthy partner. They understand the multi-faceted and interconnected challenges that we face and have used their abilities in economics, science and IT to inform the policy world in which we work together."- Krishan Dhawan, Former CEO, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation
We have signed an MoU with IGP-CARE for collaborative research on monitoring air pollution in the Indo-Gangetic Plain.