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
PMO discusses climate change
Factsheet: Sharing the climate burden
Equity has been central to the multilateral negotiations on climate change mitigation and adaptation...
The rebuttals all around
India rebutts US and EUs attempts to make developing countries pay for climate finance
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 …
Omicron in southern Africa: Zimbabwe tries to pull all stops
The country recorded 4,367 new cases December 14, 2021
Jayanthi Natarajan's statement in Durban on the issue of a new legally binding treaty
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 (…
Indian Science Congress' failed attempt at relevance
India's poorest people live in the richest areas Comments from the dialogue on mining organised by CSE
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 …
Green Climate Fund: Yes and No
The Durbanator reports
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.
Book>> Carbon Trading How it Works and Why it Fails by Tamra Gilbertson and Oscar Reyes Dag Hammarskjld Foundation, Upsala Can be downloaded
Centre, state battle over electricity
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
What should be India's position at the fourth round of negotiations on Climate Change in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from November 2-13?
As the globe warms up, politics is getting the better of climate science
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 …