Reassess consents for upcoming coal power plants to prevent pollution norm violation
Some 95 per cent of the upcoming power stations have not made any plans to meet new pollution norms due to loose enforcement
UK leads G-7 on emission cuts and growth since Rio, says study
The average Briton’s carbon footprint is now 33 per cent less than in 1992 while being more than 130 per cent richer, says the report
Managed decline of fossil fuel production needed to meet climate change target
Carbon emissions from the oil, gas and coal in the currently operating fields and mines are enough to take the world beyond 2°C of warming
Coal is all about energy security, says coal minister Piyush Goyal
Government bats for using the best technology available for sourcing energy from coal so that the adverse consequences on environment are …
Is the global warming ‘hiatus’ over?
There are many ongoing signs that the planet is heating up, even “on fire.”
The hazy future
Greenpeace wants Centre to rethink energy policy
World breached safe atmospheric CO2 levels 33 years ago
Global consumption of fossil fuels, the primary source of CO2 emissions, has gone up by 78 per cent in last three decades
At COP23, anti-coal protesters disrupt US government event on promoting fossil fuels
Demonstrators, protesting the Trump administration's support for fossil fuels and intention to pull the US out of the Paris Agreement, …
EU must close all 315 coal-fired power plants by 2030 to meet climate goals: study
While the UK has Europe’s third highest capacity for coal, Germany and Poland, together, produce 54 per cent of the EU’s total …
A headache called Bush
George W Bush's fixation for fossil fuels and nuclear power enrages environmentalists
Blow hot, blow cold
Double standards and transparency
Davos 2023: UN chief urges credible net-zero pledges; slams ‘Big Oil’ firms
Guterres compared fossil fuel sector to the cigarette industry in the 1970s, where businesses were aware of the harmful health impact
Response: Equity is not the only way
Here at the Centre for Science and Environment we have received some responses to Equity Watch and its articles.
Conditions to aid and trade
World Resources Institute, a Washington-based non-government organisation, objects to criticism that Northern groups are arm-twisting developing …
Trump's executive order sounds death knell for Paris climate pact
With the current executive order, it is evident that the US has gone back on its climate commitments
'Fossil fuel subsidies should be deemed as negative climate finance'
Experts cite examples of many countries which have begun diverting fossil fuel subsidies towards development projects
Fossil fuels have no place in COVID-19 recovery plans: UN chief
“We can invest in fossil fuels that are lethal or we can invest in renewable energy which is reliable. We have a choice,” said Antonio&…
2022 too short, too far: How close did the world move towards the clean energy dream?
Down To Earth recaps the primary environment, health and developmental news from 2022
Economic downturn eats into climate mitigation, adaptation funding: UNCTAD
Reduced green investment will put a spanner in the efforts to fasttrack solutions for climate change.
Despite growth in renewables, coal-based power will continue to fulfil a large share of India's power needs. Instead of resisting the new …
Trump must confront climate challenge, but will he?
People in the US must turn up the heat on Donald Trump so that he doesn’t water down Obama's environmental agenda