The second phase of Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) project was launched on April 1, 2019 with the aim to strengthen evidence supporting effective community-driven forest landscape restoration and its linkages with formal and customary rights. The study was a part of a larger research programme to expand existing knowledge on restoration, land and forest rights and climate change in to understand the role that communities play in FLR and the large climate change discourse.
Objectives of the project:
Bharti Institute of Public Policy had undertaken the agroforestry project in an agreement with The International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF), Kenya. The primary goal was to develop a data visualization tool that will help harness the potential of trees on farms to meet biodiversity targets. Termed the ‘Trees on Farms for Biodiversity’, the project was launched in March 2019.
This project had two main goals :
This is a research project on health and agricultural impacts of coal-fired power plants in India. This is aproject funded by the Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, and a collaboration between BIPP, Climate Policy Initiative, and SSEF. This has the approval of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (without funding). This was approved in June 2016 and will take place over the next one year.