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On SAGE Insight: Can low-carbon urban development be pro-poor?

Article title: Can low-carbon urban development be pro-poor? The case of Kolkata, India From Environment and Urbanization Economic growth and the accompanying urbanization are linked to rising energy consumption and production of greenhouse gas emissions. There is growing recognition of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth in South Asia

From South Asia Economic Journal The importance of relationship between energy consumption and economic growth can be seen in the literature in which it has widely been discussed. Energy consumption is directly affected by individual consumption as well as industrial … Continue reading

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Energy and Society

From Theory, Culture & Society Following the birth of fossil fuels in the late 18th century there has been a shift for them now to have systemic dysfunctional consequences. The articles in this issue examine how Energy indeed is the … Continue reading

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The dramatic transformation of US-India relations over the past decade

Reviving the momentum in US engagement with India: an American perspective From India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs Headlines last week announced President Barack Obama’s support for India to have a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. This … Continue reading

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