#FridaysForFuture: India’s youth seek climate justice
Hundreds of Indian students skipped school on March 15, 2019 as a part of the global protests demanding climate action
Suva Expert Dialogue on loss and damage must generate finance
Increasing loss and damage calls for increased attention and solutions
India proposes formation of separate workstream on equity in global stocktake
There was a difference in views on interpretation over equity between developed and developing nations
Climate change: can right to skilled jobs be denied?
To stop mass exodus after floods and cyclones, there is a need to introduce skill development for better adaptation to climate change
India needs US$ 2 trillion to adapt to climate change
The country will experience 1-1.5°C increase in mean annual air temperature in the near term from 2016 to 2045 with ‘profound’ …
What to expect from India’s INDCs
INDCs may focus on all key elements—including mitigation, adaptation, finance, capacity-building, technology development and transfer, …
India gets World Bank credit to mitigate cyclones
Bank to extend US $412.4 million for capacity building in eight coastal states
Slow progress at climate meet
Why green projects in India are hot favourite of international NGOs?
जलवायु परिवर्तन से निपटने के लिए 43 फीसदी शहरों के पास नहीं है कोई योजना
812 शहरों पर किए इस सर्वेक्षण में से 93 फीसदी ने माना वो किसी न किसी रूप में जलवायु परिवर्तन से जुड़े खतरों को ...
Biden’s climate summit puts climate back on the agenda
It may not have galvanised the rapid and far-reaching changes needed, but has forced leaders to confront the scale of the task ahead
Biden‘s climate leadership summit: What should 3 PMs from South Asia do
The South Asian People’s Action on Climate Crisis has issued this demand-statement for the three south Asian prime ministers who have been …
वनों के सर्वश्रेष्ठ संरक्षक हैं आदिवासी: एफएओ
आदिवासी लोग क्षेत्र में 32 से 38 करोड़ हेक्टेयर जंगल की सुरक्षा करते हैं, बदले में जंगल लगभग 3,400 करोड़ मीट्रिक टन कार्बन स्टोर ...
तापमान के 1 डिग्री बढ़ने से लोगों के विस्थापित होने के खतरे में 50 फीसदी की होगी वृद्धि
इस सदी के अंत तक नदी की बाढ़ से विस्थापित होने वाले लोगों का विश्व स्तर पर औसत खतरा दोगुना, 110 फीसदी होने का ...
Biden’s transformational challenge
Though the US is no longer addicted to coal, it is completely sold on the idea of cheap energy, writes Sunita Narain
Book Digest: Tracking COVID-19 lockdown, climate crisis impact on young people and more
From stories of climate crisis to new sustainable water management practices, DTE tracks contemporary books on environment and development from …
Bring the US back to the climate conclave: CSE
CSE media briefing insists on finding ways to re-engage the US in climate change negotiations and setting up a democratic framework with right …
Cyclone Gaja live analysis: 10% of world's cyclonic storms put 1/3rd of Indians at risk
Around 76% of the total loss of human lives from cyclonic storms have occurred in India and Bangladesh
'Permaculture can feed the world'
A permaculturist who believes that hunger is more about distribution and quality of food than quantity and production, Malvikaa Solanki says …
MOP 28: Countries close to agreeing on a dual baseline for HFC phase down
Experts suggest that this could lead to a change in the status quo of differentiation mechanism for Montreal Protocol parties
Will current INDCs prevent global temperature rise by more than 2°C?
The INDCs submitted to the UNFCCC are grossly inadequate to prevent catastrophic global warming, finds an analysis done by Delhi-based non-profit …
BASIC nations stick to 'equity and fairness' principles in climate talks
In the run up to Lima climate negotiations, emerging economies in BASIC group say their mitigation efforts are 'far higher' than that of …
Earthquake in Odisha leaves one dead, many injured
About 34 villages of two districts in the state are tsunami prone
Carbon capture made easy
Salt, sugar and alcohol can help trap the greenhouse gas