As our planet faces the growing threat of climate change, the shift towards renewable energy has become more critical than ever. But how do climate change, energy transition, and human rights intersect? Are these issues interconnected, and is the renewable energy industry taking human rights into account? This article delves into these questions and more, exploring the relationship between our changing climate, our progress towards sustainable energy, and the impact on human rights.
Shankar Prakash, Researcher - Environment and Climate Action
கடந்த டிசம்பர் 2022 அன்று சென்னை பெசன்ட் நகர் கடற்கரையில் காலநிலை பேரணி பல்வேறு சுற்றுச்சூழல் செயல்பாட்டு அமைப்புகளால் ஒருங்கிணைக்கப்பட்டது. இந்தப் பேரணியில் பள்ளி, கல்லூரி மாணவர்கள் பொதுமக்கள் என கணிசமானோர் பங்கேற்றனர்.
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National Conference on Air Pollution and Climate Change
January 31, 2023
Report prepared by
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