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Climate Change and Wellbeing: A PARI and UNDP series

Mapping the voices and lived experiences of ordinary people across India  


Tamil Nadu’s seaweed harvesters in rough seas

An unusual activity of the fisherwomen of Bharathinagar in Tamil Nadu keeps them more in the water than on boats. But climate change and overexploitation of marine resources are eroding their…  


Sundarbans: ‘Not a blade of grass grew…’

People in the Sundarbans of West Bengal, for long living on the edge, are now facing climate change – recurring cyclones, erratic rain, growing salinity, rising heat, depleting mangroves and more  


Hailstorms at 43°C wreck farming in Latur

Villagers in Maharashtra’s Latur district are baffled by the heavy and intense hailstorms in summer that have hit them this past decade. Some farmers are giving up on orchards altogether  


'Today we seek those fish in Discovery Channel'

Kadal Osai, a community radio of and for fisherfolk on Pamban island of Tamil Nadu’s Ramanathapuram district, turns three this week. And it's making waves – with climate change as its latest focus  


'Perhaps we made the mountain god angry'

Nomadic Changpa pastoralists at the high grazing grounds of Ladakh find their yak-related economy in a crisis that is driven by major climatic shifts in their fragile mountainous ecosystems.  


Equipping states for disaster


Bringing mangroves back to life in East Godavari

Protecting the lifeline of the East Godavari region  


Easy (not so easy) Solutions to Address Climate Change

This compendium is a joint initiative by Centre for Environment Education (CEE) and UNDP India which provides a compilation of Simple Solutions to address climate change for India which could be…  


Approaching Equity - Civil Society Inputs for the Approach Paper - 12th Five-Year Plan

This publication captures recommendations from a series of national consultations held for 16 social groups towards providing inputs for the Approach Paper of the 12th Five-Year Plan.  

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