India is where we ran our pilot project to develop narratives about climate change that resonate with the concerns, values and shared identity of people living in the same region. We worked with local partners in India and Climate Action Network South Asia.
As part of our project with the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) to gather public engagement case studies from around the world, we’re also delighted to share a case study from an Indian scientist.
One of our Project Managers, Abishek Maroli, is from India.
Public engagement case study from IPCC author
Reports & guides
Videos & podcasts
Cop-out: Is India so hooked on coal that we chose phase-down and not phase-out of fossil fuels at COP26?
The Economic Times India
What will it take to prioritise climate change?
IPS News from the global south
Delhi’s massive fog problem is the visual climate wakeup call we need
Indians want ‘jugaad’ not ‘climate justice’, study shows
Climate Home News
Talking climate change in India
The Third Pole India
India’s megacities aren’t prepared for a wave of climate migrants
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