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Policy Backfires

Policy design allows dirty fuels like pet coke and furnace oil to flourish 

The undisclosed air pollutants

How furnace oil and pet coke are choking us as policy fails to stay ahead of underground developments

The undisclosed air pollutants

How furnace oil and pet coke are choking us as policy fails to stay ahead of underground developments

2016: a year of growing dissent

This year, more than ever before, has been tumultuous, both in terms of economic politics and nature’s art

2016: a year of growing dissent

This year, more than ever before, has been tumultuous, both in terms economic politics and nature’s art

Revenge of the rich

Trump's election reflects the anger of the rich who did not get richer. This inequity is also at the core of the climate change challenge

What does the ascension of Donald Trump to US presidency mean for climate change? Also, what does Trump mean for our inter-connected and by now highly globalised world?

Seethe against smog, now

Why is it we cannot get our act together to implement actions against air pollution? 

Reworking informal businesses

In countries like India, informal business is the existing order of the day

Who is cooking our recipe books?

A subtle marketing drive is changing our food habits and we do not even know it

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