Time for an overhaul
Having served the country for more than a century and a half, the Indian Railways has taken apathy in its stride. Politicians’ whims, and …
A Renewable Crisis
The last time there was a major push for renewable energy alternatives to polluting fossil fuels was in the aftermath of 1970s oil shock. And then,…
Time to Plug in
The International Conference for Renewable Energies is to be held in Bonn, Germany. But here is a sector dwarfed by fossil fuels, and although …
Can painting a blade black save Great Indian Bustards from wind turbines?
A regulatory slowdown in wind power production could result from failing to address the harm caused by turbines to wildlife
पांच क्षेत्रों में खतरनाक तरीके से बढ़ रही है ग्रीनहाउस गैस, अध्ययन से हुआ खुलासा
वैज्ञानिकों ने दुनिया भर के 10 क्षेत्रों में ग्रीन हाउस गैस उत्सर्जन के बारे में पता लगाया, साथ ही तुलना की कि प्रत्येक में ...
COVID19: Green stimulus should step in to counter oil price crash
There is no inevitable link between oil prices and carbon emissions, a lot depends on responsible policy
What India should do to tackle climate impacts
All development programmes need to incorporate features to tackle climate change risks and act locally
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
Time to go solar
Dependence of high-rises on diesel generators has turned them into virtual power plants that spew harmful greenhouse gases. Setting up solar …
Why most Aboriginal people have little say over clean energy projects planned for their land
While renewable energy projects are essential for transitioning Australia to a zero-carbon economy, they come with a caveat
Straw in the wind
Power utilities oppose hike in wind tariff price
State electricity regulatory commissions increasing tariffs without taking into account technology improvements
Tamil Nadu Solar Policy: will it be enforced?
State aims to have same amount of solar as is now installed in all of India by 2014
White House coddles big oil
Targets or diktats?
India: aim, hope high
Opting for renewables
In the dark
Climate change will make energy a vulnerable sector and hit power generation
Planning to install rooftop solar panels? How about some grass beneath it
Integrating green roofs and solar PV systems can enhance their functions and effectiveness through cooling and shading effects
As told to Parliament (March 18, 2021): India has 75 Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups
All that was discussed in the House through the day
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, …
How does the Budget score on energy front?
The government has approved Rs 2,000 crore as initial outlay for providing LPG connections to poor women
Solar energy could be the largest source of electricity by mid-century
Increased use of solar technologies could prevent the emission of more than six billion tonnes of carbon dioxide per year by 2050
Biofuel dreams for wastelands
Centre now has a policy¤ but where’s the wasteland?
Carbon credit earns profit
To keep afloat biomass plant owners have shifted their gaze to the international carbon credit market