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CLIMATE CHANGE - Perspective from India

Climate change is no more an environmental concern. It has emerged as the biggest developmental challenge for the planet. To dialogue from the perspective of the poor is one of UNDP’s contributions to overall development process.

The publication on "CLIMATE CHANGE - Perspective from India" has been authored by Sunita Narain,Prodipto Ghosh, NC Saxena, Jyoti Parikh & Preeti Soni with collection of articles that captures and disseminates perspectives on climate change from the Indian context. Starting from an argument on a new climate deal to highlighting the importance of the small-scale industrial sector within the climate change debates, some of India’s best known environmentalists, economists and policy makers have put forward their concerns and convictions in this collection.

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