Building low-carbon villages in rural India

A new initiative designed to develop "low-carbon villages" complete with cheap, reliable solar power and household biogas cookstoves is underway in the Indian state of Karnataka, led by the Climate Parliament's Mr Prahlad Joshi MP. The pilot scheme, centred on the two villages of Kabbinuru and Haro Belavadi, is part of Mr Joshi's low carbon development plan for his constituency of Dharwad, and is being facilitated by the Climate Parliament and the SELCO foundation, with support from Prime Minister Modi's Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana rural development scheme. Haro Belavadi and Kabbinuru are modest villages of around 500 households, yet both lack regular and reliable access to energy, exacerbated

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