India’s transition towards a low-carbon economy is central to achieving global climate goals. The country plays a key, yet complex, role in confronting climate change. Torn between a rapidly rising energy demand and the imperative of a zero-carbon future, India has set itself ambitious targets, especially in the field of renewable energies.
How can international cooperation support Indian efforts? In our policy brief, we argue that “True Partnerships” between India and the Global North should put the poeple, equity, and climate action at the core of cooperation, to achieve a transition that is green and just.
Lalit Chennamaneni, Rixa Schwarz