दशक पर एक नजर: क्या टूट रहा है ग्लोबलाइजेशन का भ्रम?
नई सदी के दूसरे दशक के दौरान हुए महत्वपूर्ण घटनाओं की एक श्रृखंला: इस कड़ी में पढ़ें, कैसे टूट रहा है वैश्वीकरण का भ्रम?
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Decent outcome on 2020 Ambition
The text on ‘Chile Madrid Time for Action’ may have just salvaged this CoP
Being darker makes being a migrant much harder
Migrants from 'developed' economies enjoy more clout
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Will the world be net carbon zero by 2050
To attain the 1.5°C warming target, the world must completely stop using coal
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Developed countries have already exhausted the Earth’s carbon budget
Carbon space for Africa and India will be pittance; China too is consuming more carbon from the budget
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Why 2020 is a critical year for the planet
This is the year countries will declare the second round of their national targets to reduce GHGs
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Protesters thrown out of venue for opposing slow progress in talks
Protesters have repeatedly pointed out the disconnect between the reality of climate change and the slow pace of negotiations without any …
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.
Climate Emergency CoP 25: The Adaptation Fund is perfectly fit to serve the Paris Agreement
But some countries insist that its fundamental structure be changed
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Roadblock for Adaptation Fund
Developing countries willing to compromise on the negotiations to get Article 6 of Paris Agreement moving in the right direction
Climate Emergency CoP 25: The Paris Agreement is tilting into a downward spiral
Procedural and political developments in Madrid show ominous signs
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Two different worlds exist at CoP 25 in Madrid
The world of political negotiators behind closed doors and that of young activists and other stakeholders outside is hardly seeing eye-to-eye
World economy is slowing down, UNCTAD’s new statistics say
Consistency seen across a range of indicators, according to UNCTAD’s chief statistician
Negotiating the future
On the eve of the start of the CoP 6 negotiations a quick look at representation in the Hague
जलवायु परिवर्तन से विकासशील देश होंगे सबसे अधिक प्रभावित
अध्ययन में दुनिया के 82 देशों के विश्लेषण के बाद कहा गया है कि जलवायु परिवर्तन की वजह से सबसे अधिक नुकसान विकासशील देशों ...
Designed for developing
All programmes to mitigate climate change are being designed for developing nations.
South Africa proposes Registry for national action
The South African proposal for a national registry of domestic actions to mitigate emissions is gaining ground at CoP.
"Differentiation" heats up in Poznan
Meeting in the contact group on the Long Term Cooperative actions, countries push and resist the moves to divide developing countries – the …
Climate change is not the World Bank's business
Over hundred organizations fighting for climate justice issued a joint statement on December 9 at the UN climate talks
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
The final outcome of the Durban Conference on Climate Change
The Durban Conference is a turning point in the climate change negotiations
Climate equity is in, but what is out
A good way to know the issues that are important in the climate conference is to look at the side event’ list – the workshops, conference
Cost of mitigation: How cheap can it be
All discussions, efforts and side events in Poznan are held with a single point agenda of getting the developing nations to take up some …