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With the Climate Crisis On, E10 Might Be India’s Ethanol-Blending Sweet Spot- Publications

In his Independence Day address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned India spends over Rs 12 lakh crore on importing energy, and that domestic energy production will be a policy priority for the country.

Even with ‘moderate emissions’, India’s heat is set to get worse - Publications

The climate crisis is no longer a distant event that might happen in the future.

Role of Science and Technology in Society- Events

Science has laid the foundation for our understanding of the human experience.

Giving Earth a Helping Hand- Publications

We are witnessing the first signs of the climate crisis.

OPINION: Knowing what is at stake - Climate risk assessment for resilience and adaptation- Publications

Climate change will amplify the existing risks and create new risks for natural and socio-economic systems.

Why There’s a Need to Look at Air Pollution Through the Climate Lens- Publications

Atleast 9 million people die annually from air pollution-related complications, according to a recent study by The Lancet Commission on pollution and health.

Macroscopic Analysis of a Hydrogen Economy- Publications

India’s energy sector will face two key challenges in the future.

Energy Conservation Bill 2022: Implications and next steps- Publications

India has set ambitious climate targets as part of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to tackle the climate crisis.

Much to Gain From Green- Publications

Green growth refers to a rethinking of traditional development strategies by factoring in how economic growth would impact the environment, and today’s climate crisis prescribes urgent worldwide action on this.

How the India Clean Air Summit is Emerging as a Unique Platform for Knowledge Sharing- Publications

The fifth India Clean Air Summit (ICAS) — the Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy’s flagship event on air pollution — will be held from 22–24 August in Bengaluru.

eARTh: Our planet, Our art, Our ideas- Events

CSTEP launched the eARTh Initiative on 14 October at the Bangalore International Centre, bringing art to the heart of climate action.

‘Loss and damage’ fund talks leave developing nations at new disadvantage- Publications

As the climate crisis intensifies, two terms are in sharp focus: adaptation and ‘loss and damage’ (L&D).

India’s Green Odyssey: Striking a Balance Between Economy and Ecology at COP28- Publications

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address at COP28, articulated India's steadfast commitment to environmental sustainability while maintaining a delicate balance between economic growth and ecological preservation.

Was the COP28 climate summit a milestone or a mirage? - Publications

The 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) – an annual convening of countries signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) – happened in Dubai this year, with high expectations that countries would take concrete steps to address the climate crisis.