In the post-Paris agreement era, accelerating climate action is the biggest hope to ensure a safe future for all. In India, our work focuses on climate modelling to develop a better understanding of climate variability at regional scales. We study the risks and vulnerabilities of key sectors such as water, health, agriculture and industry. Our work in climate science is inextricably linked to policy research and recommendations for the Indian government to shape its domestic policies, as well as contribute to its position in global negotiations. Through a number of initiatives, we are beginning to extend our knowledge and research in climate science and policy to other emerging economies.
NEW IN CLIMATE
Market-based approaches of the Paris agreement: Where are we now?Read more
Climate Transparency - Brown to Green Report 2018: Assessing the G20 Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy
21st November 2018 | Juniper Hall, IHC Complex, New DelhiRead More
Towards COP24: From Bangkok to Katowice
For successful implementation of the Paris Agreement, issues frustrating developing and developed nations must be resolved; political trade-offs may provide an answerRead more