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Sunita Narain

Sunita Narain

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Recycle waste 'in my backyard'

10 July 2019 3:11 PM GMT
The business of recycling only works when it discounts the costs of health and the environment of poor people working in dangerous conditions

Waste trade: Is this right?

18 Jun 2019 5:58 PM GMT
Waste is a resource for traders, but there is waste that cannot be recycled and must be burnt

Charter for the new government

30 May 2019 4:43 PM GMT
Environment, unemployment and agrarian crisis not playing a decisive role in the general election does not imply that these issues are peripheral

Unpredictable cyclones

16 May 2019 4:28 PM GMT
We must invest in the science of weather and in our capacity for governance. We must not count the number of tropical storms to calculate risk

Holding up the mirror

29 April 2019 5:55 PM GMT
It is a cynic’s world today where we are seeing the race to the bottom

Climate caveats

16 April 2019 4:25 PM GMT
Without the switch to renewable energy, CO2 emissions would have been 50 per cent higher in the world; that’s great, but not enough

The inheritors' protest

3 April 2019 3:46 PM GMT
Measure our planet’s health through the health and well-being of our children and help build a better future

For good food

14 March 2019 3:41 PM GMT
The test is if we can eat healthy meals sourced from biodiverse nature built on rich culinary cultures — even as we get rich

Go for inclusive growth

3 March 2019 5:31 PM GMT
As much as the government works to formalise the Indian economy, conditions force people into illegal and informal business

Pollution's underbelly

15 Feb 2019 3:07 PM GMT
We must change this cycle of destruction where we shift our consumption to poorer regions where pollution does not matter – but livelihoods do

Clean energy: Promise & reality

3 Feb 2019 4:36 PM GMT
This is not the time to be complacent with green power growth in India because the challenges have grown as well

Time up for reinvention?

8 Jan 2019 1:48 PM GMT
2019 should be the year of realising that we must change the way we do business
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