The coronavirus pandemic means public spaces the world over have been temporarily abandoned. Major roads are all but empty and public squares are eerily quiet. And nature is taking over again.
The country wants to reduce its carbon footprint while ensuring a steady and ample supply of electricity.
As the fossil fuel sector is ailing, the low-carbon economy now has an unprecedented chance to become a reality.
India’s energy deficit and the success of the country’s climate action policies are important factors to consider in the push for greater commitment to the nuclear energy sector and international alliance building.
Some time ago I decided to buy an apple. It was a nice and round and red apple.
India will need plenty more electricity; it also needs that extra power to be generated in a cleaner, low-carbon fashion.