Identified to curb land blight
CoP 25: Marginal improvements in new text on Article 6 Sustainable Development Mechanism
But some bad options have not been excluded, and human rights protections are still weak
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Technicalities of carbon markets continue to evade consensus
Markets need to be transformative, not just efficient
Climate Emergency CoP 25: It is market versus market in Madrid
Carbon market mechanism is turning into a big negotiation thorn
A day in the life of a “Contact group on enhanced action on mitigation and its associated means of implementation” at the Poznan CoP.
Japanese proposal on differentiation
Mitigation in the developing world according to Japan: Proposes domestic action in different sectors, will lead to taking international commitments
India and China are doing their fair share
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Anyone but US is the problem
CSE organises unique 'Climate Talkies' poster exhibition in Warsaw alongside CoP19
Only exhibition of its kind during the present CoP. Looks at 20 years of climate change negotiations through a cinematic prism
Jairam Ramesh Press Conference
The Environment and Forests Minister spoke to the media in Copenhagen on Friday evening
The hockey-stick curve
The problem of and solutions to climate change. The imperatives of transition on the eve of the Bali meet
Northern companies sign cheap, long-term leases for land with East African governments, hoping afforestation activities to be a part of the clean …
Adaptation and Vulnerability: On the receiving end
Those least responsible for climate change are on the receiving end of most of its effects. The North has a responsibility to assist in adaptation.
The far side
If the world is serious about addressing climate change it will have to immediately start moving out of fossil fuel technologies.
Will CDM really benefit Africa or will it end up like the largely failed AIJ program.
Simply put: Green Climate Fund
Want to solve climate problem? Nuclear isn't the answer
Alternatives to nuclear energy, in particular renewable sources of electricity like wind and solar energy, have become drastically cheaper.
Push for gender equality at COP23, Gender Action Plan adopted
The plan pushes for gender-responsive climate policy and action, and for equal representation for women at the global climate meet
International Solar Alliance will soon be legal entity, but how will 1,000GW target be met?
On December 6, the ISA will become a legal entity for mobilising finance to meet global ambitions of energy access and climate action
Five things that should happen at the Bonn climate talks but probably won’t
Parties could agree on certain rules in order to help the first stocktake of progress in implementing the agreement
EU and France hijacking Africa’s renewable energy initiative, allege civil society groups
19 projects have been approved without meeting the basic principles of the renewable energy initiative
COP 22: APA adopts drafts conclusion
The developing countries called for maintaining the delicate balance of all elements under the APA
COP 22: parties endorse informal note on transparency framework
The Parties expressed urgency to start the technical work in the next round of discussions in 2017
COP22: parties discuss ways to enhance transparency framework for climate action
The rules and modalities of the transparency framework are expected to be in place by 2018
Action on water and climate needed for Paris goals and climate justice
Water is critical for successful climate change mitigation, as efforts to reduce GHG emissions depend on access to water resources