World “on track” for a climate change deal by 2015
Two-day Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin ends on positive note as Germany pledges $1 billion for UN’s Green Climate Fund
सूरज के प्रकाश, कार्बन डाइऑक्साइड और पानी से बनाया मिट्टी का तेल
जर्मन के वैज्ञानिकों की अनूठी खोज की है, जिसे ऊर्जा के क्षेत्र में क्रांति माना जा रहा है
`Bioregionalism could become a global movement'
French architect Didier Prost is an advocate of bioregionalism, which calls for a renewed focus on local people and knowledge to innovate for …
COP24: World is politically unwilling to fight climate change
India manages to climb three spots and is ranked 11th in this year’s Climate Change Performance Index
Americas first in the world to eliminate rubella
The contagious viral disease can lead to miscarriage in the first three months of pregnancy
Sinks can now be potentially identified as the most dangerous
loophole for the environmental integrity of the Kyoto Protocol
Industry pushes for hybrid insurance model to achieve universal health coverage
Experts believe with implementation of the plan, India's health care would largely depend on the private sector
Life of a licenced e-waste collector
With no government monitoring, e-waste management is proving difficult
The pirates come ashore
German Pirate Party’s strong showing in the May elections is a sign that anti-IPR movements resonate with the people
COVID-19: How far will green stimulus to combat climate change go?
COVID-19 disruptions caused shocks to power and oil sector that will cause drop in carbon emissions. However, long-term implications are uncertain
Will appellate body uphold grant of compulsory licence to cancer drug?
Hearing on Bayer's appeal against manufacture of generic version of Nexavar to conclude this week
Recycling metals better for environment than mining or production: UNEP panel
Its two reports advocate improvements in recycling systems, adoption of product-centric approach