Indian climate politics have changed since 2007. Climate change has gone from being merely a foreign policy issue to being a concern for national policy-making. Consequently, India launched the National Action Plan on Climate Change in 2008, and a voluntary carbon intensity target in 2009. This thesis, based on interviews with key actors in the national climate debate and policy-making in India, presents three discourses about Indian climate politics: the Third World discourse, the Win-Win discourse and the Radical Green discourse. A core finding is that the emergence of the Win-Win discourse has facilitated the development of a national climate policy in India. The Third World discourse -not our responsibility- is no longer as dominant in the national debate on climate change. However, in India's approach to the international climate negotiations, the Third World discourse still holds dominance.