IPCC Special Report: Why sector-specific vision for 1.5°C is important
Sector-based analysis in IPCC Special Report offers an alternative vision for limiting warming to 1.5°C
'We have to use the Paris Agreement for a strong agenda forward'
Sweden will pass a law next year to become carbon-neutral by 2045. Eva Svedling, the State Secretary to the Minister for International …
Sweden against Climate Change: In Conversation with Eva Svedling, State Secretary
Eva Svedling is the State Secretary to the Minister for International Development. Cooperation and Climate Isabella Lövin. Lövin is …
Global warming has compromised Africa's ability to feed its population. It's time African nations adapt to the changing scenario
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Can the world reduce its greenhouse emissions to zero by 2050?
To reach this target, the world must completely stop using coal by 2050, shift electricity generation to renewables and gas and remove large …
Catastrophic lack of action on climate change
The UN has warned that it may not be possible to restrict temperature rise up to 2°C citing a gap between commitments and action
पेरिस समझौते के 5 साल: अब बड़े कदम उठाने की जरूरत
मौजूदा कार्बन उत्सर्जन के स्तर को देखते हुए 1.5 डिग्री के लक्ष्य को पूरा करने में साल 2030 तक दुनियाभर का कार्बन बजट खत्म ...
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Gender justice being marginalised in Madrid
Countries are nitpicking on Sustainable Development Goals and are divided on finance
Science pronounces its verdict: World to be doomed at 2°C, less dangerous at 1.5°C
If climate efforts continue at current pace, global warming will breach 1.5°C limit between 2030 and 2052
Experts call for greater attention to indigenous people to preserve forests, fight climate change
A third of global forests are under some form of management by families, smallholders, local communities and indigenous people
Is this climate justice?
India and the US talk about being climate-sensitive but do the opposite
Heathrow airport third runway ruled illegal by court
The court termed British government's policy unlawful for failing to take into account climate change commitments made in 2015 Paris Agreement
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Murmurs of Madrid being a failure grow stronger
Negotiations to continue into the wee hours of December 15, as parties are yet to arrive at consensus on most issues
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Circumventing climate action
For countries like India to have cleaner futures, climate agreements must walk the talk; not just talk the talk
BASIC ministerial meeting on climate change: Countries miss IPCC’s point
Developing countries, especially from BASIC, must shift away from committing to engaging in climate action depending on what has been committed …
BASIC Ministerial on Climate Change: India calls for developed countries to step up at Katowice
Government argues for a just implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement that incorporates the principles of equity and common but differentiated …
Rich nations unwilling to respect UNFCCC principles at Bonn talks
Different elements including means of implementation, equity and adaptation being interpreted against the spirit of UNFCCC by developed countries
Moving towards a green future in transport
The transport sector makes up 30 per cent of global energy consumption and its energy use is expected to grow one per cent every year till 2030
India and the new climate deal: walking the talk on equity
Known for its adamant advocacy in the climate negotiations, India now has a chance to put its best foot forward and lead talks towards …
Climate emergency: A question of semantics?
Framing the changing climate as an emergency is preventing progress towards climate action
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Chile pushes for ambitious outcome in Madrid
However, even as the event reached its last day, resolution of key issues is still awaited
Climate Emergency CoP 25: Carbon capture does more harm than good
It increases air pollution and social costs
Climate Emergency CoP 25: What exactly are carbon markets?
Rules and guidelines on carbon markets, which trade in 'carbon credits' will be finalised in CoP 25 at Madrid, Spain
Climate Emergency CoP 25: World to warm by 3.2°C
If current national policies the world over persist, global mean temperature will rise by 3.2°C
Climate Emergency CoP 25: A gap that keeps growing
The Emissions Gap Report for this year makes it clear that countries around the world are falling short to reach their targets vis-à-vis …