COP24: Developing world continues to seek funds for agriculture
Nations participating in the conference discussed climate change impacts on agriculture at a workshop in Katowice
COP24: Proactive, support-focused approach required, says CSE
Centre for Science and Environment suggests that developed countries should commit resources to support adaptation planning in developing countries
Train-ed to cut
Six reasons why antibiotics access remains a challenge in Uganda
Lack of registry, sub-standard health facilities, poor cold storage, limited expenditure on health, irrational antibiotic use and lack of …
Why this magazine?
As we celebrate our 28th anniversary, here's looking back at the first-ever editorial by Anil Agarwal as DTE started its journey
Indians consume almost 10 grams of salt per day: Study
Almost 1.65 million deaths every year are due to heart disease caused by consuming more than 5 grams of salt per day.
UN human rights unit faces financial crisis as 149 countries don’t pay dues
This has made six of the UN’s 10 treaty bodies cancel their sessions this year
Developing countries trust vaccines more: UK survey
Almost all Bangladeshis and Rwandans feel vaccines are safe and important; most French disagree
By spending just 3% more on infra, developing nations can save $4.2 trillion: World Bank
Making assets climate resilient can help these countries earn $4 for each $1 spent, according to the report
Bad habits drive health risks among Kenya's urban poor
Poverty and stress is prevalent in Kenya’s low-income settings which increases the behavioural risk factors for cardiovascular diseases
Focus on economic diversification imperative to cope with climate crisis: Report
Extreme weather events such as floods, hurricanes can lead to ‘physical stranding’ of natural resources, rendering them impossible …
Private sector not dependable to achieve SDGs: UNCTAD
Its contribution to developing countries’ debt increases to 139% of GDP in 2017 from 79% in 2008
Small businesses provide most jobs in under developed, developing nations: ILO
Policy makers need to focus on informal sector and small economic units to address fundamental challenges of employment creation and improvement …
Factsheet: Climate finance
Climate finance involves flow of funds from developed to developing countries to help them cut their emissions and adapt to climate change. …
सूखे से 10 साल में कृषि को हुआ 2 लाख करोड़ रुपए का नुकसान: यूएनसीसीडी
यूएनसीसीडी ने अपने एक श्वेत पत्र में कहा है कि विकासशील देशों में कृषि क्षेत्र को होने वाले नुकसान की सबसे बड़ी वजह सूखा ...
The Danish Proposal Surfaces
A secret negotiating text is leaked to the media, and the day goes from dull to anything but.
Warsaw Climate Talks Day 12: November 22
A developing country delegate received message that there has been no progress on long term finance.
Stop this madness
'In the middle of this football field, we must stop moving the goal posts,'says Philippines negotiator Yeb Sano as the country braves the Super …
Under the microscope: Funding for NAMAs
Developing countries appear to have made a significant concession on funding for mitigation actions
Warsaw Climate Talks into Extra Time
Bolivia and Nararu representing AOSIS, supports Fiji and G77+China.
Red flag to green fund
THE DURBANATOR REPORTS - Thursday, December 1, 2011 - 06:11
"We don't want an acclamation text": developing countries are now angry
THE DURBANATOR REPORTS
New European Union report on funding commitments fails to meet developing countries’ expectations
CoP-15 in Copenhagen last year had begun with a bang.
New ADP text circulated to countries. Negotiations to continue till late into the night
Talks under the Ad hoc Working Group on Durban Platform (ADP), tasked to negotiate the global climate deal in 2015, seem to be heading nowhere.
A possible Copenhagen deal emerges
Equitywatch has learned that a draft Copenhagen deal, to be presented to world leaders for their consideration later this morning, will propose …