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  • 16-Jul-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Needed: An ecosystem to nurture ingenuity

    India is drafting a new Science, Technology and Innovation Policy

  • 18-Jun-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    MSMEs, have we got your back?

    Covid-19 has forced MSMEs to become more flexible to withstand the headwinds. But their stress pre-dates the pandemic

  • 26-May-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Needed: Global Risk Pooling Reserve Fund

    According to the World Bank, 60 million people worldwide will fall back into extreme poverty as a result of the severe economic crisis unleashed by Sars-CoV-2

  • 16-Apr-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    New multilateralism with old paradigms?

    The biggest armies and the biggest economies failed against a microscopic virus - the weakest link undid decades of progress

  • 17-Mar-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    This is what a perfect storm looks like

    A series of environmental, economic and social crises that overwhelm the capacity of states and communities to respond, adapt and rejuvenate

  • 25-Feb-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Many (new) avatars of energy (in)security

    On all four dimensions, there are either new complications for old concerns or emerging anxieties in an energy transition.

  • 21-Jan-2020 | Arunabha Ghosh & Niti Gupta

    Natural farming for fiscal prudence?

    Natural farming is an alternative to chemical fertiliser-based and high input cost agriculture

  • 24-Dec-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Saving the planet - in three acts

    Restoring trust in any relationship must start with honesty, then shift to addressing past wrongs, eventually leading to vows to work together

  • 25-Nov-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Green economy to the economy's rescue

    India's economy needs a renewed boost of structural reforms, just when a second generation of green policies is also needed

  • 22-Oct-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh & Vaibhav Chaturvedi

    Taxing or trading our environmental sins?

    A wider portfolio of policies, applicable to all competitors, are needed before businesses consider deep mitigation actions

  • 23-Sep-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh & Tirtha Biswas

    Big bets for heavy (green) industries

    Can Indian manufacturing remain competitive, add to national income and create jobs, despite environmental constraints imposing hard choices on patterns of industrial development?

  • 20-Aug-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Development dilemmas, at home and abroad

    The confluence of an impossible trinity at home and natural, economic, technological and geopolitical disruptions globally raises major concerns

  • 23-Jul-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    The agony and the urgency of water

    As one of the fastest urbanising countries in the world, Indian cities need to respond to symptoms of acute water crisis and fix water mismanagement

  • 25-Jun-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Mission-mode to sustainability and growth

    States must update their action plans on climate change with a deeper understanding of climate risks

  • 20-May-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh & Selna Saji

    Save wind energy from the doldrums

    Policymakers must choose between two approaches: To distribute the capacity or distribute the energy generated

  • 23-Apr-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Governing uncertainty in geoengineering

    Climate geoengineering is deliberate large-scale intervention in Earth's climate system to limit adverse global warming

  • 26-Mar-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Green to great industrial policy

    Creating enabling conditions for effective green industrial policy is hard, but it is the only way towards becoming a great economy that shapes the future

  • 26-Feb-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Energy access: Are you being served?

    Just as poverty can no longer be assessed only based on incomes, several metrics matter to understand energy poverty

  • 22-Jan-2019 | Arunabha Ghosh & Kanika Chawla

    The revolution will not be subsidised

    Solid fuels in manufacturing, liquid fuels for transport, and gaseous fuels for cooking and heating buildings all rely (to the largest extent) on fossil fuels

  • 25-Dec-2018 | Arunabha Ghosh

    Grand bargain for sustainable growth

    Capturing opportunities in resource efficiency requires a rethink about industries of the future, says the author