City and state leaders from India are scaling up their actions to combat climate change and to protect citizens from hazardous climate impacts. A number of influential participants in this week’s the Global Climate Action Summit are launching new programs and expanding successful pilot projects.
The latest opinion and analysis from NRDC’s science, legal, and policy experts.
Today, we are seeing a vital movement to tackle one of our toughest challenges—how to move from a global transportation system made up of 1.3 billion cars and trucks that pollute our air to a system that is truly zero emitting.
Globally, the public sense of urgency to tackle climate change is strong. We are increasingly overwhelmed by evidence of climate change already happening.
City and state leaders have emerged as integral actors in working to achieve India’s climate targets under the Paris Agreement.
The Earth Care Awards recently awarded the joint efforts of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, the Indian Meteorological Department, the Indian Institute of Public Health Gandhinagar, and NRDC for the groundbreaking Ahmedabad Heat Ac
While dangerous air pollution levels spike across Northern India, world leaders are meeting in Bonn to move forward with the