With a vulnerable population highly dependent on agriculture and natural ecosystems that are undergoing rapid change, India is on the frontline of climate impacts, enhancing the urgency and the need for immediate climate resilience building action. At the same time, with rapid economic growth and development, carbon emissions are increasing, necessitating mitigation action. While climate change coupled with rapid development is causing myriad problems, it also presents a unique opportunity to move towards a low carbon development pathway. As one of the largest conservation organizations in the country, WWF-India seeks to leverage these opportunities and address these challenges both through enhancing biodiversity conservation, and reducing humanity’s environmental footprint. WWF-India

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