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Pooran Chandra Pandey

Pooran is a member on the board of the World Food Programme Trust for India and Policy Author for Climate Scorecard, the US think tank. A climate reality leader trained personally by noble laureate Al Gore and widely published on sustainability, circular design, supply chain, climate science and regional development, he is educated and trained in India, USA, UK, Fiji, Sweden and China. Pooran is a Chevening Scholar. He is a Non-Resident Fellow, Nkofu Policy Institute, Cameroon and Policy Analyst, Middle East Institute, Washington DC.

automobile industry in india needs a green makeover in covid19

Covid-19 pandemic in India, like everywhere else, has adversely impacted the Indian economy across sectors. Most affected sectors include the...
November 8, 2020

india’s ‘indigenous peoples’ in urgent need of climate justice

India is a large country with interspersed legacy and identity largely driven out of its people and their natural habitats....
September 14, 2020

can india pivot to a renewable future by 2030?

India's electricity sector is dominated by fossil fuels, in particular coal, which during the 2018-19 fiscal year produced about three-quarters...
July 10, 2020

understanding the social cost of climate-change in india

Based on the IPCC 2018 report, it is estimated if trends in climate change and land holdings in India continue...
April 14, 2020

decoding india’s e-mobility policy & future landscape

In a rapidly transforming mobility paradigm, India has some inherent strengths and comparative advantages. The country also has a little...
February 18, 2020

what’s in store for sustainability, corporate social responsibility and climate action in budget2020

Indian budget, Budget2020, preparation process now over and to be presented on the floor of the parliament by the Union...
January 31, 2020

what nations can learn from australia bushfire?

We have seen enough of what has been happening in forests of Amazon, US state of California and more significantly...
January 24, 2020