Thursday, December 3, 2020
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Anagha Paranjape-Purohit

Architect-Planner. Pune & Arizona State Univ Graduate. Sustainability consultant. Public Policy. Green Buildings. Teacher. Writer. Tedx.

Rich versus Poor nations: A debate that’s at the core of Climate Change discussions

Green House Gas Emissions, particularly CO2 and climate change cannot be delinked with the state of the economy and lifestyle of citizens

Climate Change and India: Urban elites should focus their energy on pressuring developed nations to meet emission targets

It is exceeding important to understand the role of India in the Climate Change debate and dynamics.

As India aspires to develop, the World strengthens its Climate Change narrative

As India reared her head ever so slightly under PM Modi’s leadership since 2014, showing signs of development, the Climate Change narrative gained momentum.

Mumbai Metro: Trees can and should be replaced, but what happens to the cost of stalled infrastructure projects?

Mumbai Metro: Cutting a tree has gained such an emotional repulse that just the thought of it sends ripples down the power corridor, threatening to unseat governments.

The environment and the economy: India stands at crossroads

In the name of environmental conservation, this elite class is, probably, unintentionally, ensuring that many people are excluded from the development cycle.

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