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Sudhir Chella Rajan
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How we can save the planet: Preventing global climate catastrophe
M Hillman, T Fawcett, SC Rajan
Macmillan, 2008
2652008
Power politics: process of power sector reform in India
NK Dubash, SC Rajan
Economic and Political Weekly, 3367-3390, 2001
2182001
Providing new homes for climate change exiles
S Byravan, SC Rajan
Taylor & Francis Group 6 (2), 247-252, 2006
1082006
The theory and practice of sustainable engineering
BR Allenby, SC Rajan
Prentice Hall, 2012
1052012
Automobility and the liberal disposition
SC Rajan
The Sociological Review 54 (1_suppl), 113-129, 2006
1032006
The ethical implications of sea-level rise due to climate change
S Byravan, SC Rajan
Ethics & International Affairs 24 (3), 239-260, 2010
1022010
Climate change dilemma: technology, social change or both?: An examination of long-term transport policy choices in the United States
SC Rajan
Energy policy 34 (6), 664-679, 2006
992006
Greenhouse gas reduction benefits and costs of a large-scale transition to hydrogen in the USA
W Dougherty, S Kartha, C Rajan, M Lazarus, A Bailie, B Runkle, A Fencl
Energy policy 37 (1), 56-67, 2009
882009
The enigma of automobility: Democratic politics and pollution control
SC Rajan
University of Pittsburgh Press (https://digital.library.pitt.edu/islandora …, 1996
801996
The suicidal planet: How to prevent global climate catastrophe
M Hillman, T Fawcett, SC Rajan
Macmillan, 2007
592007
An overview of Indian energy trends: Low carbon growth and development challenges
N Rao, G Sant, SC Rajan
Pune: Prayas Energy Group, 2009
502009
An evaluation of India's national action plan on climate change
S Byravan, SC Rajan
Available at SSRN 2195819, 2013
472013
Poor little rich countries: another look at the ‘resource curse’
SC Rajan
The Politics of Energy, 19-34, 2013
432013
Electricity reforms in India: not too late to go back to the drawing board
A Phadke, SC Rajan
Economic and Political Weekly, 3061-3072, 2003
362003
The politics of power sector reform in India
NK Dubash, SC Rajan
World Resources Institute. Washington, DC, 2001
352001
What is the evidence on top-down and bottom-up approaches in improving access to water, sanitation and electricity services in low-income or informal settlements
TR Annamalai, G Devkar, A Mahalingam, S Benjamin, SC Rajan, A Deep
Social Science Research Unit, UCL Institute of Education, University College …, 2016
332016
Smoke and mirrors: The politics and culture of air pollution
EM Dupuis
NYU Press, 2004
332004
Electricity reform under political constraints
NK Dubash, SC Rajan
Power Politics 1, 51, 2002
332002
Advancing bioenergy for sustainable development: guideline for policymakers and investors, Volumes I, II, and III
S Kartha, G Leach, SC Rajan
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2005
312005
Sea level rise and climate change exiles: A possible solution
S Byravan, SC Rajan
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 71 (2), 21-28, 2015
292015
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