Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change (INECC)

People's Voices in Policy Choices - Towards Climate Justice and Sustainable Development for Eco-system Communities
Adapting and Living Below 1.5 Degrees
Why does it Matter for India?
By Anoop Jaiswal
Anoop Jaiswal is a dynamic youth and Climate Change activist, currently pursuing a post-graduate Diploma in Urban Environment Management and Law from National Law University and WWF. He has completed his Master's degree in Environment management (with a specialization in Forest and Climate Change) from the Forest Research Institute, Dehradun. He has also participated in an INECC youth program on Building Cross-Cutting Skills and Knowledge for Youth Leadership on Climate Change in Barmer. In his article, Anoop makes a strong point why India needs to do its best to limit the rise in temperature and the effect this will have on its people.
Forest Booklet Kannada
Hardy Options Telugu Chapter I and II
Money for Nothing!!! A People's Perspective
By Ajita Tiwari and Nafisa Goga D'souza | Laya resource Centre
An India That Can Say Yes:
An India That Can Say Yes:
A Climate Responsible Development Agenda for Copenhagen and Beyond
By Praful Bidwai
Bio-regional Notes: India's Coasts
The Coast isn't Clear: Climate Change & India's Coastal Communities
By Centre for Education and Documentation
India: Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2007
By Ministry of Environment and Forests
Gender, disasterrisk reduction, and climate change adaptation
Oxfam International
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