All pages with keywords: india

When do Indians feel hot? Internet searches indicate seasonality suppresses adaptation to heat

a research article by Tanya Singh, Christian Siderius, Ype Van der Velde 26 April, 2018

In a warming world an increasing number of people are being exposed to heat, making a comfortable thermal environment an important need. This study explores the potential of using Regional … read more »


Building Green: Forging Environmental Futures in Mumbai

Seminar 2 May 2018

Anne Rademacher, New York University What does it mean to learn, and try to practice, green design? By tracing the training and professional experiences of environmental architects in India’s first … read more »


Water resource planning under future climate and socioeconomic uncertainty in the Cauvery River Basin in Karnataka, India

Water resource planning under future climate and socioeconomic uncertainty in the Cauvery River Basin in Karnataka, India

a research article by Ajay Gajanan Bhave, Declan Conway, Suraje Dessai, David Stainforth 18 January, 2018

This research applies a Decision‐Making Under Uncertainty (DMUU)
approach to explore the robustness of adaptation options and pathways against future climate and socioeconomic uncertainties in the Cauvery River Basin in Karnataka, India. read more »


Does choice of drought index influence estimates of drought-induced cereal losses in India?

Does choice of drought index influence estimates of drought-induced cereal losses in India?

a working paper by Francisco Pereira Fontes, Ashley Gorst, Charles Palmer 28 August, 2017

This research suggests that by using a more flexible measure of droughts policy-makers could more effectively shape policy responses relating to climate adaptation and more accurately identify agricultural locations more vulnerable to climate change. read more »


Seminar | Jeroen van der Heijden ‘Forget urban climate leaders: Why urban climate governance urgently needs to be tailored to laggards, and how it can be done’

Seminar 26 May 2017

Across the globe, governments, firms, non-profit organisations, and citizens have developed and implemented voluntary programs for sustainable building and city development. These programs target property owners and developers, making them … read more »


RSS | Olivier Deschenes ‘Weather, climate change, and death in India’

Research Seminar Serie 7 Jun 2017

Olivier Deschenes, Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will be the speaker at this event. He will present his upcoming paper ‘Weather, Climate … read more »


A more sustainable energy strategy for India

a policy report by Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Himanshu Gupta, Nicholas Stern 28 July, 2016

The COP-21 meeting in Paris produced an important result. For the first time all countries developed and developing agreed to take some mitigation action. However even if all countries deliver on what … read more »


Emission intensity and firm dynamics: reallocation, product mix, and technology in India

Emission intensity and firm dynamics: reallocation, product mix, and technology in India

a working paper by Geoffrey Barrows, 28 June, 2016

This study looks at how market conditions shape aggregate carbon dioxide emission intensity from manufacturing. read more »


Public lecture | A more sustainable energy strategy for India

Public lecture | A more sustainable energy strategy for India

Public Lecture Nicholas Stern 14 Apr 2016

An important achievement of the UNFCCC meeting in Paris was that for the first time all countries, including developing countries, submitted the actions they proposed to take to reduce emissions in … read more »


Flexible Strategies for Coping with Rainfall Variability: Seasonal Adjustments in Cropped Area in the Ganges Basin

Flexible Strategies for Coping with Rainfall Variability: Seasonal Adjustments in Cropped Area in the Ganges Basin

a research article by Christian Siderius 2 March, 2016

Christian Siderius, Hester Biemans, Paul E. V. van Walsum, Ekko C. van Ierland, Pavel Kabat and Petra J. G. J. Hellegers. In: PLOS, 2016


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