Our insights and analysis of sustainable transitions that shape policy narrative and future practice
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in new visions for post-COVID cities. These imaginaries have prioritized sustainable development and new ways of work. However, this discourse is devoid of ways to make cities better places to live for women.
World Habitat Day 2021: Why inclusive low-carbon cities are critical for India to mitigate the climate crisis
Policymakers have to take stock of the material politics of the implementation of the low carbon strategies emerging in the Indian context.
The call for climate emergency is antithetical to the concept of climate justice and formulating action around the idea of ‘emergency’ needs to reflected upon more critically.
The theme of ‘Life and Livelihoods’ one World Oceans Day focuses on the importance ushering in a new era of thinking that supports resilient futures of coastal communities and recognises their contribution to the sustainable management of India’s oceans.
Indian cities today are suffering from unsustainable urbanisation, climate change, biodiversity loss and the degradation of ecosystem services.
Can we bring ‘nature’ beyond the confines of just projected forests into a city, while allowing the wildlife with it?
Cities must transition to a rights-based approach addressing social norms and challenges in the built environment to create safe and inclusive public spaces for women.
This report analyses data protection issues related to low-income workers in India and suggests pathways towards protecting workers’ data privacy and rights.
This article looks at how rapid civil infrastructure development has compromised the city’s ability to deal with disasters like floods.