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India infrastructure report 2010 : infrastructure development in a low carbon economy / 3iNetwork; Infrastructure Development Finance Company

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Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2010Description: xxxv, 447 p. : ill. col. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780198071457 (pbk.).Subject(s): Infrastructure (Economics) -- India | Rural development -- India | Energy policy -- Law and legislation -- India | Transportation -- India | Climate changes -- Case studies -- IndiaDDC classification: 333.7150954 IND Online resources: Table of contents Summary: Rapid infrastructure build-up is essential to sustain India’s high economic growth. But infrastructure development has traditionally been carbon intensive. The challenge, therefore, is to build infrastructure with less carbon footprints without compromising poverty alleviation and energy security. This report therefore, focuses on issues and challenges of infrastructure development in a carbon smart way in keeping with India’s inclusive growth objectives. The Report was released by Shri Suresh P Prabhu, Member of United Nations Commission for Biodiversity & Land Use Change, and Former Union Cabinet Minister of Power; Environment and Forests; Chemicals and Fertilizers; Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises, Govt. of India at the Taj Mansingh, New Delhi on October 20, 2010.
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Rapid infrastructure build-up is essential to sustain India’s high economic growth. But infrastructure development has traditionally been carbon intensive. The challenge, therefore, is to build infrastructure with less carbon footprints without compromising poverty alleviation and energy security. This report therefore, focuses on issues and challenges of infrastructure development in a carbon smart way in keeping with India’s inclusive growth objectives. The Report was released by Shri Suresh P Prabhu, Member of United Nations Commission for Biodiversity & Land Use Change, and Former Union Cabinet Minister of Power; Environment and Forests; Chemicals and Fertilizers; Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises, Govt. of India at the Taj Mansingh, New Delhi on October 20, 2010.

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