Category Archives: Narendra Modi

As Indian budget increases climate allocation, coherent governance becomes an even more critical need

Anju Sharma and Pratim Roy* India’s 2015 budget was announced last week – the second budget of the National Democratic Alliance government, in power since May 2014. Although it includes an allocation for climate change, it sends out very confusing … Continue reading

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Vulnerable India 6: Decentralisation and its discontents

One of the most critical elements for successful adaptation by poor and vulnerable communities – if not the most critical element – will be their ability to identify local climate-related threats and respond quickly where response is possible, with locally … Continue reading

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