The 17th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change met in Durban in December 2011. Negotiations were heated and …
Bonn climate meet: developed nations stonewall discussion on climate financing
Developed countries, including US, were seen obstructing an attempt by the Africa group to submit a draft decision on climate financing
Why I should be tolerant
In this exclusive extract from the book, Narain says the most powerful nations would like to believe there is no other side. So, there is no …
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
Critical conversation on climate change
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Global South concerns genuine or 'obstructionist'?
A look at who left their shoes behind at Place de la Republique during the climate march ban in Paris
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 …
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Large sections of western media insensitive to equity question
The Guardian and many others still believe developed nations are on track with climate targets
CoP-8, through the eyes of youngsters
CSE gives children an opportunity to voice their concerns on global environmental governance, in their own way
What is an inverted yield curve? Why is it panicking markets, and why is there talk of recession?
The yield curve is a graph showing the relationship between interest rates earned on lending money for different durations
Factsheet: Sharing the climate burden
Equity has been central to the multilateral negotiations on climate change mitigation and adaptation...
The future we do not want
World leaders attending Rio+20 did nothing to tackle the interlinked crises of economy and ecology, says Sunita Narain after attending the …
COP 23 did not accomplish much, but developing nations keep hopes alive
Environmental groups are not happy with the outcome of the negotiations, whose objective was to get clarity on complex operational issues …
At COP23, consensus emerges on recognising rights of indigenous communities
A new platform will be made operational to strengthen efforts of indigenous communities towards addressing climate change
High ambition coalition! Are you joking?
Chandra Bhushan explains why by no stretch of imagination can any one call the past, present and future climate actions of the US and the EU (…
Abandonment, poverty, sexual exploitation: Why Indian women pay a higher price for climate crisis
Women have limited ability to overcome climate shocks compared to their male counterparts: It is an uneven playing field. But a gradual …
Compliance: More words
After a week of negotiations the compliance working group has produced nothing but even lengthier texts and more brackets, in short, a complete farce.
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Will Warsaw deliver on equity?
Negotiating parties in Warsaw have started working on the new climate deal that will be signed in Paris in 2015, and those who had found it …
We’re entering a new phase of COVID, where we each have to assess and mitigate our own risk. But how?
COVID vaccines aren’t perfect and don’t completely stop transmission, but they greatly reduce your likelihood of becoming …
Nearly every child will face frequent heatwaves by 2050: UNICEF
1 in 4 children lives in areas where the average heatwave event lasts 4.7 days or longer
Africa's energy sector has most opportunities for investing in climate change: Survey
All respondents who see climate change more in terms of market opportunities have private equity investments in Africa
No climate equity in Commonwealth; poor nations doing lot more for mitigation
Despite huge carbon footprint, the UK and similar rich nations such as Australia and Canada are failing to do their fair share to prevent climate …
Who are the top greenhouse gas emitters?
This animation shows which countries have been the top greenhouse gas emitters since the beginning of the industrial revolution and their …
Climate finance: Donors give less than they claim; and not for mitigation to needy countries
Mitigation finance primarily went to middle-income countries such as Brazil, India, Mexico and Indonesia