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Council on Energy, Environment and Water: Building an Independent Policy Think Tank for India

The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) was formed to provide independent domestic research to Indian policy makers for creating a sustainable India.

CEEW was established in 2010 with a mission to identify the integrated solutions required to achieve balanced growth and development for India. Given the global nature of climate change and resource challenges, and the need for cross-border, collective action, Arunabha Ghosh, CEEW’s founder and chief executive officer, envisioned an internationally focused institute to “solve real problems using world-class research.” Since its founding, CEEW has engaged in more than 100 research projects, published more than 50 peer-reviewed policy reports and papers, and organized more than 110 seminars and conferences.

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By Swati Sinha, Ananta Centre with Manisha Mirchandani, Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society
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By Swati Sinha, Ananta Centre with Manisha Mirchandani, Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society

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