World may miss net zero by 2050, courtesy COVID-19: International Science Council
New report maps out scenarios for the year 2027 and calls for the adoption of an integrated One Health approach to protect environment, animals …
Simply put: Kicking away net zero goalpost at CoP26
Japan has rolled out a bevy of projects to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Are they enough?
Achieving the net-zero emissions target would require a major push to build clean energy infrastructure
Is net-zero concept zeroing in on climate change? A sustainable consumption critique
Increasing demand for resources and energy-intensive lifestyles make it nearly impossible for technological fixes to reduce carbon emissions
PM’s climate change council has not met in almost 7 years
Who is, then, advising the PM for his climate goal announcements?
More companies pledge ‘net-zero’ emissions to fight climate change, but what does that really mean?
Some companies take advantage of carbon reductions elsewhere by buying carbon credits; but it draws criticism because it allows those …
Closing gap in international green financing important for India’s transition to clean energy
Prospects of renewable energy financing driving significant economic growth are massive despite challenges
CoP26: Experts welcome Modi’s 2070 ‘net-zero’ date but brand move political
The move may have been triggered by geopolitical considerations rather than concern for the environment, they say
World Indigenous Peoples Day: How net-zero climate goal alienates tribals
Promotion of net-zero climate targets may alienate tribals from their land when science tells us that there is simply not enough land
Record demand for coal power in 2021, way off Net Zero: IEA
Carbon emissions from coal will be 3 gigatonnes higher in 2024 than required to achieve Net Zero emissions by 2050
Global wind energy sector needs four-fold higher growth to meet 2050 Net Zero goal: Report
Offshore wind market showed highest growth in 2021
Leading financers who pledged Net Zero are still backing fossil fuel expansion, finds report
Over 100 major coal, oil and gas players given $269 billion by financial institutions part of GFANZ
2022: Looking back to move ahead for clean energy transitions
The presence of the goods and services tax impedes the country’s voluntary carbon market
What do science-based targets to limit climate change really look like?
Commitment to climate justice demands that rich countries make deeper cuts to their emissions than merely equalising per-capita emissions by 2030