Delhi Air Pollution – How is the way we think about it so so wrong?

(A version of this article appeared in Firstpost: The prestigious medical journal, The Lancet recently reported that air pollution is associated with 6.5 million deaths annually, and as the Lancet rather poetically puts it, is a “killer indifferent to political agendas and that cannot be contained by borders”. Don’t we know it? Because pollution is [...]

Conclusion – Article Series Summary

All Good Things… We now come to the conclusion of the series - our exploration of what climate change is, what it will mean for India and importantly, what we can do. Climate change is much more than a 1°C increase in temperature. A consistently warmer temperature fundamentally alters the way air holds moisture: warmer [...]

Transport and the Climate

Happy to share the next set of articles that deals with how we move and it's impact on the climate: We start with a general overview of why care and how big an impact transport has on the climate We then moved on the how, given the world is becoming increasingly urban, we should [...]