Support the development and mainstreaming ambitious and inclusive low carbon growth strategies at the national and state government level.
I. Low Carbon Growth Policy Tracker
WWF-India, along with its technical partner Ernst & Young LLP, India, developed a Low Carbon Growth Policy Tracker for Indian states. It developed a methodology and mechanism to track the state’s progress in designing and implementing policies that enhance low carbon transformation. It aims to stimulate positive action by comparing and encouraging best practices. The tracker provides an overview and assessment of different policies across key economic sectors in ten states of India. Read the report here and the Executive Summary here.
II. Low Carbon Development Pathways for a Sustainable India
This study was facilitated by a consortium of partner organizations which included WWF-India, Centre for Environment Education (CEE), Church's Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA), Laya and Welthungerhilfe. Integrated Research for Action and Development (IRADe) was the technical partner for this study. The overall objective of the project is to promote the development of low carbon pathways for a sustainable India and influence the discourses on integrated climate change protection and development in India and beyond. Further, it aims to facilitate knowledge-sharing and stimulate societal discussions and dialogues on low carbon development pathways. Read the report here.