What Southern delegates and NGOs should watch out for in CDM negotiations
As told to Parliament (November 29, 2019): 53,396 water bodies in India are not in use
Compliance: More words
Small step, wrong direction
Mind that CDM: Discounting the future
A look at why CDM is not the solution for the poor or for sustainable development
Miracle cure or placebo?
While CDM has been touted as the solution to all climate negotiation problems the reality is much different. This free market will impose huge costs on future generations in Southern countries.
Carving the carbon cake
NGOs literally cut up a carbon cake and distrbuted crumbs to the G77 president while the US delegates refused to accept their overwhelming portion.
Sinks: Can't convince? Confound
The US has spearheaded a puzzling proposal on sinks that opens loopholes for their own emissions
The French President calls for equity
Time to tell them off
Nobody needs a fair and effective treaty more than the South, but they arent getting it. They should tell the North to listen, or go home.
A look at why equity is so important at the climate negotiations
That sinking feeling
Just like at Kyoto, the US and EU are ready to make back-room deals that leave out the concerns of the South. Its time for the G77 to speak up
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Protests and climate summits will make politicians deliver
Climate multilateralism on shaky ground but summits help enforce accountability
What should be India's position at the fourth round of negotiations on Climate Change in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from November 2-13?
As the globe warms up, politics is getting the better of climate science
Climate Emergency CoP 25: India is the only major economy to be ‘2 degree compatible’
The US, China and the EU are ‘highly insufficient’ in their efforts to reduce GHG emissions
Climate Emergency CoP 25: 70% of top polluting countries failed to meet GHGs reduction target
Countries should have been on track to meet the first round of their emission reduction targets under the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Letter to the Prime Minister, India
India’s position at the forthcoming conference of parties of the Framework Convention on Climate Change
G-77 and China to sell atmosphere rights cheap
At the climate change conference currently underway in Buenos Aires, developing countries are being confused, coerced and bribed into signing the Clean Development Mechanism
Unequal rights, equal responsibilities?
Industrialised countries want to have the cake and eat it too. President Carlos Menem delivered it to them on a silver platter by agreeing to take on voluntary commitments for Argentina.
George Bush: "I oppose the Kyoto Protocol"
The leader of the most polluting country in the world claims global warming treaty is "unfair" because it excludes India and China
Why welcome trouble?
What induced the Indian Ministry of External Affairs to issue a statement endorsing a plan that could result in loss of human life, and have negative economic and ecological repercussions for India
Bring the US back to the climate conclave: CSE
CSE media briefing insists on finding ways to re-engage the US in climate change negotiations and setting up a democratic framework with right incentives and disincentives for rich and poor
CoP-8, through the eyes of youngsters
CSE gives children an opportunity to voice their concerns on global environmental governance, in their own way
Children's Camaraderie for Climate Change
Children join hands with CSE to talk of climate change, carbon emissions and global environment governance
EU declares climate emergency
Lawmakers agree to become climate neutral by 2050