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What Donald Trump’s win means for Climate Change – CSE’s viewpoint

New Delhi, November 09, 2016: It is no secret that Donald Trump, like most republicans, does not believe in climate change. Will his winning the US Presidential race lead to an unravelling of all the good work that has been done so far in this area? What does the future hold in store for climate change? 

Programme Director - Climate Change Programme

The Centre for Science and Environment, an established research and advocacy institute needs a Team Head to steer its Climate programme.

Programme Manager - Climate Change Programme

The Centre for Science and Environment, an established research and advocacy institute needs a Team Head to steer its Climate programme.

Vienna climate meet sets the stage for a deal on HFC phase-down

Amendment to Montreal Protocol should be ambitious and should provide provisions to address energy efficiency, says CSE

“Climate change poses a powerful challenge to the idea of freedom”: Amitav Ghosh, before the CSE-Penguin release of his latest book, The Great Derangement

Down To Earth, the environment and development fortnightly, celebrates 25 years of its existence by launching Ghosh’s book on climate change; publishes exclusive excerpts and interview

CSE director general Sunita Narain will be in conversation with Ghosh at the launch of the book

DROUGHT DIARIES: A normal monsoon… so what?

A media briefing and knowledge-sharing workshop on drought, climate change and what Indian villages are doing to adapt and mitigate

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Insure farmers to ensure future

Let’s leave for the moment the questions why these extreme weather events are happening in our world with greater frequency and intensity. Let’s discuss what we need to do

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