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From climate change impacts to adaptation: A development perspective for India
India has good reasons to be concerned about climate change as it could adversely affect the achievement of vital national development goals related to socio-economic development, human welfare, health, energy availability ...
Sustainable development as a framework for developing country participation in international climate change policies
The paper presents a number of ideas on how climate change policy implementation in developing countries can be supported by alternative international cooperation mechanisms that are based on stakeholder interests and ...
Global climate change stabilization regimes and Indian emission scenarios: lessons for modeling of developing country transitions
The global climate change stabilization regime will have a bearing on future emission pathways of each nation. Corresponding to a combination of stabilization targets and a future global socioeconomic and technology ...
Development, malaria and adaptation to climate change: a case study from India.
(Environment Management, Published Online, 2009-11-10)
India has reasons to be concerned about climate change. Over 650 million people depend on climate-sensitive sectors, such as rain-fed agriculture and forestry, for livelihood and over 973 million people are exposed to ...