“We cannot sell the idea of equity back home”: US negotiator
Doha getaway: world on line for new regime, US on track to escape
The future of the Kyoto Protocol, between 2013-2020, could be agreed upon only when the Parties accepted the insignificant emission pledges of …
Developing countries unanimously reject LCA text
None of developing countries' concerns reflected in the negotiating text; closure of LCA in Doha looks difficult
अमेरिकी दादागीरी से खतरे में डब्ल्यूटीओ
वाणिज्य मंत्री सुरेश प्रभु ने लौटकर प्रसन्नता व्यक्त की और कहा, “यह पहली बार है कि भारत को दोषी नहीं ठहराया जा रहा है, ...
Informal stocktaking by CoP President on December 6
We have prepared possible elements of Doha outcome on finance, presented to the Parties and heard their concerns. We look forward to engaging …
Stocktaking by CoP18 President, December 7, 2012
Draft texts made, remade and re-remade: No consensus in sight
WTO takes a wrong turn for development
The US, the EU and other developed countries are expected to make a concerted push for new issues
Why one of three African candidates fits the bill as the new head of the WTO
Africa represents a key bloc within the WTO and accounts for nearly 27 per cent of membership and 35 per cent of members from developing countries
Intervention by Ms. Mira Mehrishi, AS, MoEF, India during informal Ministerial roundtable
We need to see and ambitious results under the Kyoto Protocol(KP) as well as LCA track to inspire increased global efforts in future.
CoP18, Doha: An assessment A Gateway that leads nowhere
For the past 20 years, the world has been haggling about who will cut greenhouse gas emissions and how much.
BASIC ministers pledge support for robust and fair rule book on Paris Agreement
They stress on the need for a comprehensive and party-driven negotiating text by Bangkok intersession in September 2018
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Factsheet: What's on the table at Doha
The last conference of the Parties that took place inDurban in 2011 has put climate negotiations at thecrossroads again. The decisions taken at …
Doha outcome adopted. US reserves its right to walk out later
US does a Kyoto again. It rejects the idea of equity by refusing to associate itself to any new agreement that is under the Convention.
Here's why the latest push for pre-2020 action at COP23 is likely to fall flat
Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad stressed on the importance of meeting pre-2020 commitments on which there has been little progress so far
Doha Getaway: World on line for new regime, US on track to escape
Two weeks of intense climate negotiations ended rather dramatically at Doha on December 8, 2012.
Did developing countries miss the trick at Bonn?
While going on an overdrive to push pre-2020 climate action, the developing countries have perhaps lost precious time and initiative to focus on …
‘Developed nations want India to leapfrog to a technology which even they have not accepted’
With climate change negotiations round the corner, an important debate on the use and phase out of hydrofluorocarbons used as coolant in …
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Walk the Doha talk, say India, China
Pre-2020 emission gaps must be closed before moving on, insists Ravi Shankar Prasad
US says it will not extend commitment on climate mitigation efforts
Ambitions on reducing carbon emissions levels missing at CoP 18, say developing countries
India protects its farmers’ interests at climate talks
Successfully stalls attempts of developed countries’ move to bring agriculture under mitigation efforts
Uncertainty over emissions reduction in near future
Only 21 nations have so far accepted Doha Amendment to Kyoto Protocol for emissions reduction up to 2020
Differences emerge at climate talks over counting emissions from agriculture
Least developed countries oppose developing countries
CSE-MoEF side event at CoP 18, Doha
India should walk out of the Doha negotiations if equity is not made a part of the deal, says Sunita Narain, director-general of CSE
US, equity and the elephants in the room
The issue of sharing the common atmospheric space has been at the core of discussions—the elephant in the room that we want to forget. It …