Emissions are bound to increase. The power sector improves, but others will spew more, especially iron and steel
WSSD: dialogue of the deaf
The needs of many were once again compromised to accommodate the demands of a powerful few. Given the alarming tilt towards self-interest and …
Response: Equity is not the only way
Here at the Centre for Science and Environment we have received some responses to Equity Watch and its articles.
Small country, big example
St. Lucia shows the way at a meeting of politicians and NGOs that was sponsored by the Global Commons Institute, GLOBE, CSE, Climate Network …
'Fossil fuel subsidies should be deemed as negative climate finance'
Experts cite examples of many countries which have begun diverting fossil fuel subsidies towards development projects
India announces its INDC, pledges to cut emission intensity of its GDP by 33-35 per cent by 2030
All countries are required to submit voluntary climate action plans as contribution. These will form part of the outcome of Paris climate summit
‘India’s ambitious renewable energy target now seems achievable’
International energy research organisation says interest shown by leading renewable energy firms will catapult India towards target
Largest hybrid renewable energy system to be set up in Jamaica
80 kiloWatt installation will generate more than 106,000 kiloWatt hours of energy every year
Solar power plants' output high, but varying widely
Larger projects under National Solar Mission doing better than smaller ones
Branson to spend profits to combat global warming
UK won't meet CO2 emissions reduction target
Increasing biofuels may lead to more carbon
Finland reprimanded over peat power
South Africa looks to solar power
As told to Parliament (March 22, 2022): India has installed renewable energy projects of 152 GW capacity
All that was discussed in the House through the day
Is time ticking for coal
Business-as-usual will not work to combat climate crisis. Difficult targets must be set to reduce carbon emissions
Powerful winds of change: Supportive policy, better tech help sector globally
As offshore wind energy is based on expensive technology, pilot projects need support
Can biomass pellets reduce emissions in coal plants?
NTPC’s move to use biomass pellets can prove to be a shot in the arm to thermal power plants in Delhi-NCR
Despite growth in renewables, coal-based power will continue to fulfil a large share of India's power needs. Instead of resisting the new …
Budget 2015: Suresh Prabhu promises green, clean Indian Railways
With measures to boost solar power generation and water conservation, budget has been termed “futuristic and technology-driven”
Solar light is new lifeline for sea erosion-hit Odisha village
It is widely believed that the village which is situated on the eastern coast of India will be wiped out from the map within a decade
Wind energy industry in a tizzy over Jaitley's budget speech
The Hindi version proposes reintroduction of a tax break, but there is no mention of it in the English version online
Cooking stoves in carbon trade
Improved stoves will be standardized for fuel and emission efficiency
Who needs ultra mega solar power plants?
Government plans to set up four large-scale solar power plants that will cost a whopping Rs 1.2 lakh crore. Will they serve millions of energy poor?