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N.H. Ravindranath

Centre for Sustainable Technologies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India


Dr. N.H. Ravindranath’s work encompasses rural energy systems , community and sustainable development, natural resource monitoring, climate change and related issues. His current research interests include – i) Climate change – mitigation, impacts, vulnerability and adaptation in the land use and forest sectors, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) & Reducing Deforestation (REDD) in forest sector, ii) Biofuels, and iii) Renewable energy. Prof. Rabindranath is also a UNFCCC Expert on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) inventory of industrialized countries. He is a member of the Science & Technology Panel of the Global Environment Facility.


Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment: Approaches DPSIR Framework and Vulnerability Index

Climate change is a reality. The effects of climate change are observed in every continent and in all sectors. These changes do not occur in isolation and often reflect changes in the global markets that may amplify or dampen the importance of the environmental challenges. Vulnerability refers to the potential of a system to be harmed by an externa... Read More»

Anupam Khajuria and N.H. Ravindranath

Research Article: J Earth Sci Climat Change 2012, 3:109

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000109

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