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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.
3-Forest-Booklet-Kannada.pdf
Forest Booklet Kannada
Hardy-Options-Telugu-Chap-I-II.pdf
Hardy Options Telugu Chapter I and II
Money_For_Nothing
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_on_Indian_Coasts
Bio-regional Notes: India's Coasts
The Coast isn't Clear: Climate Change & India's Coastal Communities
By Centre for Education and Documentation
Report_INCCA
India: Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2007
By Ministry of Environment and Forests
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Gender, disasterrisk reduction, and climate change adaptation
Oxfam International
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