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Food and dissent

Sunita Narain's response to the comments on her previous editorial "Why I would not advocate vegetarianism"

Future is in our hands

We can make or break it, depending on whether we stand up and are counted or let markets drive democracies

BS-IV checkmate

The country has a massive problem of older and more polluting vehicles. But why should this be an argument for delaying transition?

Why I would not advocate vegetarianism

Meat eating is not the key issue, it is the amount that is consumed and the manner in which it is produced. This is where India differs.

Wolf at our door

The US has made the world rewrite the climate agreement so that the targets are based on voluntary action, not science

Pet coke conundrum

We are buying the world’s dirtiest fuel as if we have no worries of air pollution. This needs to change

Policy Backfires

Policy design allows dirty fuels like pet coke and furnace oil to flourish 

The undisclosed air pollutants

How furnace oil and pet coke are choking us as policy fails to stay ahead of underground developments

The undisclosed air pollutants

How furnace oil and pet coke are choking us as policy fails to stay ahead of underground developments

2016: a year of growing dissent

This year, more than ever before, has been tumultuous, both in terms of economic politics and nature’s art

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