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28 March 2017
Sunita Narain

Meat eating is not the key issue, it is the amount that is consumed and the manner in which it is produced. This is where India differs.

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20 March 2017
Sunita Narain

The US has made the world rewrite the climate agreement so that the targets are based on voluntary action, not science

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1 March 2017
Sunita Narain

We are buying the world’s dirtiest fuel as if we have no worries of air pollution. This needs to change

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16 February 2017
Sunita Narain

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

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1 February 2017
Sunita Narain

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

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16 January 2017
Sunita Narain

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

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31 December 2016
Sunita Narain

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

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16 December 2016
Sunita Narain

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

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1 December 2016
Sunita Narain

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?

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18 November 2016
Sunita Narain

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

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