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Climate Change 2021 The Physical Science Basis:Working Group I contribution to the WGI Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
This Summary for Policymakers (SPM) presents key findings of the Working Group I (WGI) contribution to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6)1 on the physical science basis of climate change. The re...
by  | On 16 Nov 2021
COP26 Draft Text
The Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement, Emphasizing the importance of multilateralism in tackling climate change and the crucial role of internatio...
by Anonymous  | On 16 Nov 2021
“If you compete with us, we shan't marry you” : The (Mary Paley and) Alfred Marshall Lecture
Alfred Marshall and Mary Paley Marshall are often described as the first academic economist couple. Both studied at Cambridge University, where Paley became one of the first women to take the Tripos e...
by  | On 15 Nov 2021
The Humanities of Crisis: Climate Change and the Discipline
From scientific upheavals in the Early Modern to world wars in the twentieth century, Humanities has responded to the crisis and also reinvented itself in terms of methodologies and fields of inquiry....
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 15 Nov 2021
Climate finance for Cities and Urban Governments
Ambitious actions taken to reduce urban emissions and increase resilience can enhance cities’ quality of life and social equity in far-reaching ways.4 However, building just cities in an era of clim...
by  | On 09 Nov 2021
Tribute: Kamla Bhasin
Vibhuti Patel pays a heart-warming tribute to a fellow feminist.
by Vibhuti Patel | On 30 Oct 2021
Know your Publishing Space: Preprints: Boon or Bane?
This essay addresses preprints, their advantages and disadvantages, the degree of public acceptance, and global promotional campaigns. It also focuses on dubious preprint servers as a source of scient...
by Shubhada Nagarkar | On 25 Oct 2021
eSS Sunday Edit: Do the Liberal Arts Have Any Authority in the Digital Age?
It is likely that the ‘authority’ of the literary text requires a rethinking. The teacher has traditionally been invested with epistemic authority: the legitimate exercise of knowledge and expertise-a...
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 17 Oct 2021
eSSay:The Managerial University and Liberal Arts’ Balancing Act
The managerialism that marks the HEIs has altered the Liberal Arts’ perception of itself and the face it presents to the world. Can the academic manager build opinions, policies and decisions about th...
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 09 Oct 2021
eSS Sunday Edit: Sunrise Again for Indian Hockey?
India’s hockey performance, men’s and women’s, at Tokyo is remarkable in significant ways and may well be a portent of things to come. It's a fitting celebration of the life of Keshav Dutt, hockey vet...
by  | On 20 Sep 2021
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