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Framework for India’s Long-term Strategy for Curbing Climate Change

A long-term strategy is needed to mitigate the processes in India that lead to climate change. This strategy, if implemented through a proper institutional framework and after including the crucial stakeholders in the decision-making process, will have important implications for policymaking.

How Does India Fare on Global Climate Change Indices?

The term climate change is often bandied about to refer to changing weather patterns, but such usage of the term is shorn of the nuanced and technical meaning it is endowed with. A comprehensive definition of climate change incorporates a host of related technical aspects. On the other hand, India, like other developing nations, bears the brunt of changing weather patterns more than the developed economies.

Dithering on Climate Change

India failed to put forward a well thought out, coherent and long-term climate strategy at the recent UN climate change conference in Delhi and missed an opportunity to jumpstart the climate change negotiations that have been stalled since the last important milestone at Kyoto, Japan five years ago.
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