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India’s energy future: Contested narratives of change
Abstract In this perspective article, we undertake a brief empirical analysis of the dominant narratives in debates around India’s energy future. India has ambitious goals for increasing renewableExpand
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From Rio to Paris: India in Global Climate Politics
This paper analyses India's participation in more than two decades global climate politics. India has transitioned from a protest voice on the fringes of global climate policy to one that is activelyExpand
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Whose land is it anyway? Energy futures & land use in India
Modelling studies which project pathways for the future of energy in India currently have several implicit assumptions with regards to the social, institutional, and political changes necessary forExpand
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The Future of Nuclear Energy in India
INTRODUCTION India's Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) outlines its intent to scale up the country's clean-energyExpand
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Trade-offs between automation and light vehicle electrification
Weight, computing load, sensor load and possibly higher drag may increase the energy use of automated electric vehicles relative to human-driven electric vehicles, although this increase may beExpand
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The Growth of Nations Revisited: Global Environmental Accounting from 1998 to 2018
A persistent issue in environmental economics is whether growth is sustainable. Pollution is a key driver of sustainability, which we define as an economy exhibiting falling pollution damages at itsExpand
Adaptation in a Global Climate Agreement
This paper reviews the adaptation components of the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) submitted by developed, emerging, and least developed nations, and suggests how such measuresExpand
Nuclear Safety and Regulation in India: The Way Forward
This paper examines the civil nuclear safety and regulatory regime in India and the potential for changes in India's nuclear safety culture.
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Automation is no barrier to light vehicle electrification
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Weight, computational load, sensor load, and possibly higher drag may increase the energy use of automated electric vehicles (AEVs), although this increase may be offset by smoother driving. Expand
The Breakthrough of Neo- Fascism in Europe: A Case of Mistaken Identity
In December 2012, the European Union (EU) Parliament adopted a resolution on Ukraine noting with concern that the recently concluded national parliament elections “failed to meet major internationalExpand
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