India

Report

19 Mar 2019
2

India is self-sufficient in a number of food crops including rice and wheat, which are among the national staples, and there is enough food to meet demand. Despite this, hundreds of millions of Indians have poor nutritional health.

Report

12 Mar 2019
3

This paper argues that it is more than likely that the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA), headed by Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party , will be returned to office, albeit with a reduced majority.

Report

Investigating relationships and implications over the life course of children
12 Mar 2019
40

This study examines the relationship between natural hazard-related disasters, including those influenced by climate change, and child and adolescent poverty. It brings together new ways of looking at this nexus through a lifecycle approach, which focuses both on the incidence of child poverty and longer-term...

Report

7 Mar 2019
2

This paper argues that India will expand the scope and range of its strategic partnerships, if not create alliances, with both France and Russia.

Report

26 Feb 2019
9

This paper argues that any war between India and Pakistan would be very detrimental to both countries.

Report

19 Feb 2019
89

The indications that favour a new start for the bilateral relationship between Australia and India are explored in this paper, as are contra-indications – a summary of past failures.

Report

6 Dec 2018
1

India’s vast energy demand and growing import dependence are creating complex regional and global geopolitical relationships.

Report

8 Nov 2018
14

The Swachh Bharat (Clean India) and Namami Gange (Obeisance to the Ganges) campaigns are two of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship policies and aim to change Indian attitudes towards cleanliness and civic responsibility.

Report

Preparing Australian universities for the coming wave of Indian students
31 Oct 2018
168

India is rapidly emerging as the biggest growth market opportunity for Australian universities. With estimates showing that Chinese student demand for international education in Australia is slowing in growth from 15% to 5-10% over the next decade, new strategies are necessary to realise the full...

Report

23 Oct 2018
24

India’s involvement in Pacific regional bodies and organisations, often overlapping, demonstrates the extent of its outreach. India must now decide, in light of the outreach aims of the 2018 London CHOGM, where its efforts may best be directed.

Journal article

1 Oct 2018
13

The article deals with efforts to reduce energy as a means to support the formulation of climate change public policies and strategies. Energy use in building design and operation is integral to these efforts. Energy efficiency advocates suggest that new buildings can (and should) be...

Draft report

25 Sep 2018
18

This draft report summarises the major findings and recommendations from the open science project conducted at the Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC), National Law University, Delhi.

Journal article

20 Sep 2018
9

India has demonstrated that it is possible to reduce energy demand and increase the energy efficiency of its buildings, particularly for air-conditioning appliances. Given the rapid and large expected increase in India's building stock over the next 20 or more years, the opportunity exists to...

Report

11 Sep 2018
33

In 2017, three of the world’s major rivers were granted legal rights. New Zealand’s Whanganui River and the Ganges and Yamuna rivers in India. The granting of legal rights to these rivers raises an important question, which is yet to be answered: how effective will...

Report

A summary report of the Coal Transitions project
6 Sep 2018
91

This report summarises key findings from case studies in six countries (China, India, Poland, Germany, Australia and South Africa), exploring pathways to implement coal transitions.

Report

Individual actors, collective initiatives and their impact on global greenhouse gas emissions
5 Sep 2018
24

Since the Paris Climate Agreement solidified an “all hands on deck” approach to climate change, cities, regions and businesses have become key contributors to mitigation, adaptation and finance efforts. These actors are pledging a range of actions, from directly reducing their own greenhouse gas emissions...

Report

1 Sep 2018
3

In the last decade, the strengthening of the India-Japan strategic partnership has been primarily driven by geopolitical considerations, in an era of competing regional visions and influence. While bilateral relations have shown progress in terms of political values and interests, strategic convergence and military cooperation,...

Commentary

14 Aug 2018
9

Along with the vast increase in migration, most signs point to increased cooperation between Australia and India, writes Robin Jeffrey.

Journal article

2 Aug 2018
13

India’s growth of energy demand in the building stock, and efforts to curb it, are placed into an international context by adapting the reporting criteria developed for the Global Alliance on Building & Construction's (GABC) Global Status Report (2017) on buildings and construction. A survey...

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