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  • Inclusivity as a climate action planning strategy

    This blog was originally posted on NIUA.org

    The COVID-19 pandemic has hit health, livelihoods, and the economy across India. It is an added threat to the risk that climate change poses to development and shared prosperity. Similar to the pandemic, the impacts of climate change, especially extreme weather events, are also felt disproportionately by the poor and the marginalized. During the lockdown, when Cyclone Amphan hit the east coast of India and Cyclone...

  • Tamil Nadu has the highest installed capacity of wind energy in India, with 9.3 GW as of March 2020. The state has witnessed major strides in wind energy generation, with large scale project development commencing from the mid-90s. These Wind Power Plants (WPPs), installed at the outset of wind tapping, were located at wind-rich sites. These have now reached the end of or close to the end of

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