Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Studies

Publications


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Some of the publications are listed here. For a more exhaustive list of work done by each member of the team, you may visit the individual webpage of each faculty member. 

  • Jayaraman, T., Kanitkar, T., (2016) Deepening the Climate Crisis, Commentary, Economic and Political Weekly, January 10, 2016, Vol XLV, No.1

  • Patnaik U, P. K. Das and C. Bahinipati (2016), “Coping with Climatic Shocks: Empirical Evidence from Rural Coastal Odisha, India”, Global Business Review (Sage), 17 (1) 161-175

  • Murari K K, Sahana A, Daly E, Ghosh S, (2016), "The influence of El Nino Southern Oscillation on heat wave characteristics in India", Meteorological Applications, 23 (4): 705-713.

  • Kanitkar, T., Jayaraman, T. & Banerjee, R. (2016). Energy Options for India in a Carbon Constrained World – Analysis Using GAMS), SEES 2016, Singapore, February 2016

  • Patnaik, U., P. K. Das, C. S. Bahinipati and O. Tripathy, (2016), Can Developmental Interventions Reduce Households’ Vulnerability? Empirical Evidence from Western Odisha, India, GIDR Working Paper Series No. 235, Gujarat Institute of Development Research (GIDR), Ahmedabad, India ISBN: 81-89023-93-4.

  • Patnaik, U. and S. K. Sahu (2016), The Tradeoffs between GHG Emissions, Income Inequality and Productivity, MSE Working Paper No. 144/2016, Madras School of Economics, Chennai.

  • Kanitkar, T., (2015), 1.5 or 2 deg. C, What should the Global Climate Goal be?, Review of Agrarian Studies, vol. 6, no. 1,. December 2015

  • Patnaik, U. and K. Narayanan, (2015), “Are Traditional Coping Mechanisms Effective in Managing the Risk against Extreme Events? Evidences from Flood Prone Region in Rural India”, Water Policy, Vol. 17 (4): 724-741

  • Aravindhan Nagarajan, Kamal K Murari, T Jayaraman, Goutham Radhakrishnan, (2015), "Appraising the Debate on Biodiversity Conservation in the Western Ghats", Economic & Political Weekly, 50 (30), 49-56.

  • Patnaik, U. and K. Narayanan, (2015), “How effective are Coping Mechanisms in securing Livelihoods against Climatic Aberrations? Evidences from Rural India”, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 7 (3): 359-374

  • Kanitkar, T., Banerjee, R, Jayaraman, T., (2015), Impact of economic structure on mitigation targets for developing countries, Energy for Sustainable Development, 26 (2015) 56–61

  • Patnaik, U., P. K. Das and C. Bahinipati (2015), “Efficiency of Cereal Production and Determinants of Cost Inefficiency in Natural Disaster-Prone Regions of Odisha (India)” Social Science Spectrum, Vol. 1 (3): 173-89, ISSN: 2454–2806.

  • Bahinipati, C. S. and U. Patnaik, (2015), “The damages from climatic extremes in India: Do disaster specific and generic adaptation measures matter?” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (Springer), Vol. 17 (1):157-177; ISSN: 1432-847X

  • Bahinipati, C. S., U. Patnaik, and P.K. Viswanathan, (2015), “What Causes Economic Losses from Natural Disasters in India?”, in S. Dinda (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Climate Change Impact on Health and Environmental Sustainability, pp: 157-175. ISBN: 2325-9162. Hershey, PA

  • Kanitkar, T (2014), "Climate Change and Food Production Systems ," Review of Agrarian Studies, vol. 4, no. 1,. June 2014

  • Murari K K, Ghosh S, Patwardhan A, Daly E and Salvi K (2014), “Increasing severity of heat waves over 21st century India”, Regional Environmental Change, 15(4): 569-579.

  • Jayaraman T and Murari K K (2014), "Climate Change and Agriculture: Current and Future Trends, and Implications for India," Review of Agrarian Studies, 4 (1), 1-49.

  • Kanitkar, T., Jayaraman, T., D’Souza, M., (2013) Carbon Budgets for Climate Change Mitigation: A GAMS Based Emissions Model, Current Science, Vol. 104, No.7, 2013

  • Jayaraman, T., Kanitkar, T., D’Souza, M., (2012) Equity and Burden Sharing in Emission Scenarios: A Carbon Budget Approach, Book Chapter, Handbook of Climate Change and India, Development, Politics and Governance, Oxford University Press, 2012

  • Kanitkar, T., & Banerjee, R. (2011). Power sector planning in India. Journal of Economic Policy and Research, 7(1), 1-23

  • Kanitkar, T., Jayaraman, T., D’Souza, M., Sanwal, M., Purkayastha, P., Talwar, R., Raghunandan, D., (2010) Global Carbon Budgets and Burden Sharing in Mitigation Actions, Discussion Paper for Conference on Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and Ministry of Environment and Forest, GoI, 28-29June 2010

  • Jayaraman, T., Kanitkar, T., D’Souza, M., (2010), Deconstructing the Climate Blame Game, Commentary, Economic and Political Weekly, January 2, 2010,Vol XLV, No.1

  • Kanitkar, T., Jayaraman, T., D’Souza, M., Purkayastha, P., Raghunandan, D, Talwar, R, (2009), How Much Carbon Space Do We Have, The physical constraints on India’s Climate Policy and its Implications, Special Article, Economic and Political Weekly, October 10, 2009, Vol XLIV, No. 41, Originally prepared for the Workshop on ``Breaking the Climate Deadlock: Towards A New Climate Policy for India,’’ Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, July 31- August 1, 2009