Navroz K Dubash is a Professor at the Centre for Policy Research
(CPR). He works on climate change policy and governance, the political economy of energy and water, and the regulatory state in the developing world. Widely published in these areas, Navroz serves on the IPCC as a Coordinating Lead Author, Government of India advisory committees on climate change, energy and water policy, and the editorial boards of several international journals. In 2015, he was conferred the 12th T N Khoshoo Memorial Award for his work on climate change policy
In this podcast, Navroz takes us through some defining moments in his climate journey, gives us a taste on climate politics (both internationally and in the domestic sphere), talks us through the National and State Action plans, India and the COVID19 situation within the frames of climate change and leaves us with his hopes for a climate resilient India.
01:09 – Navroz’s climate change journey
Climate change and Indian politics
17:01 – India’s CO2 emissions and connection to COVID lockdown
22:52 – India’s National & State level Action Plans
31:57 – Climate change and COVID
42:13 – Informed climate activism
46:22 – Expectations from COP 26
50:40 – Hopes for a climate resilient India
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