The policy brief is based on the learning that emerged from TERI’s year-long study which looked at the impacts of Sea Level Rise (SLR) and other climate parameters such as storm surges and extreme rainfall on infrastructure and services of coastal cities. Granted by USAID as part of their Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) — Climate Adaptation Small Grants Program, the thematic area for the study was ‘Climate Resilient Infrastructure Services’(CRIS) and the case study cities were Panaji in Goa and Visakhapatnam or Vizag in Andhra Pradesh. Drawing from the study, this policy brief brings out a discussion on the policy and regulatory requirement to foster climate resilient infrastructure and services planning, particularly for coastal cities in India. Read more here.
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