The world’s fastest-growing country is betting on solar to power its future, but daunting sustainability challenges remain

Spot the real India:

• A vast state-of-the-art green building, solar panels glistening over a pristine campus, home to Infosys, one of the world’s most successful IT corporations.
• Waste pickers crouched on the kerb of a Mumbai thoroughfare, breathing in filthy bus exhaust while painstakingly recycling heaps of plastic.

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solar PV  India  water-energy nexus  waste  development  WBCSD  air pollution 

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