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The University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute brings together our world leading research and expertise concerning the major sustainable development challenges in Asia through engagement with practitioners and our partners in the region. Its aim is to increase dialogue with, and to make an impact on, the ongoing debates within the region, together with our Chinese and Malaysian campuses.
Infrastructure and the struggle to adapt to climate change in the HimalayasBy Karine Gagné. In recent years, scholars have produced a number of critical studies on how communities adapt to climate change. Based on interventions developed and deployed by institutions such as the United Nations, the World Bank, or large non-governmental organisations (NGOs), many have adeptly argued that climate change adaptation is too often a technocratic […]
India and the 1.5°C warning: The power of political targetsBy Elizabeth Chatterjee. From the Paris Agreement’s 2°C collective mitigation goal to the EU’s 20-20-20 plan, numerical targets have become a hallmark of environmental governance. Such targets appear precise and objective, but the reality is often more complex. The 2°C target stems from a set of back-of-the-envelope calculations and political judgements, while the recent IPCC […]
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