Category Archives: Climate Change

Interview on Sustainable Cities

Satish Misra, Senior Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, interviewed me a while back on ‘sustainable cities’ in India. The interview was used for an article he wrote for ORF Discourse: “Is India Ready for Sustainable Cities?” Some … Continue reading

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Quoted in the Associated Press – Water Wars

Denis Gray, a journalist from the Associated Press caught hold of an article I’d written on India, China, and Climate Change a while back. He followed up with me, and some of my quotes from the resulting interview appear in … Continue reading

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Climate Change in India: Forgotten Threats, Forgotten Opportunities

In its May 29th, 2010, edition, The Economic and Political Weekly, India’s pre-eminent journal published a piece of mine, entitled ‘Climate Change in India: Forgotten Threats, Forgotten Opportunities,” as a Special Article. The article was cited extensively by Indian environmental … Continue reading

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China’s Water Weapon

This piece was originally published by the Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies on December 7th, 2009. I was invited to discuss the piece with Star News, a leading Hindi-language News channel. I was later interviewed by a journalist from … Continue reading

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