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Navroz K Dubash is a Professor at the Centre for Policy Research, a New Delhi-based think tank and an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS. He has been actively engaged in global and national debates on climate change, air quality, energy and water as a researcher, policy advisor, and activist for over 25 years.
Navroz is a Coordinating Lead Author for the chapter on policies and institutions for the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, serves on the UNEP GAP Report Steering Committee, and has been a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for the UN Climate Action Summit in 2019. He has worked to inform and advise Indian government policymaking on climate change, energy, and air and water policy over the last decade, including serving on the committee on a Long Term Strategy for Low Carbon Development for India. In the early 1990s, he helped establish the global Climate Action Network as its first international coordinator.
He has written widely on climate change, energy, and the environment, most recently, editing India in a Warming World: Integrating Climate Change and Development with Oxford University Press. In 2015 he was conferred the TN Khoshoo Memorial Award for his work on Indian climate change policy and the international discourse on global climate governance, and in 2018 his co-authored paper on interpreting model scenarios was awarded the Emerging Nations Award by Environmental Research Letters.
Posts by Navroz K. Dubash
सभी देशों की तरह भारत के लिए भी, जलवायु परिवर्तन एक अत्यंत तेजी से बढती समस्या बन गई है। इस लेख के जरिये पिल्लई एवं अन्य तर्क देते हैं कि इस समस्या के समाधान के लिए भारत की संघीय प्रणाली की पुनर्कल्पन...
Climate change is an increasingly urgent problem for India, as for all countries. In this post, Pillai et al. contend that addressing the issue requires reimagining Indian federalism, as the Indian Co...
India is an important player in global climate change mitigation, and it is crucial to understand its energy and emissions future. Projections for India’s 2030 CO2 emissions from energy range from 9...