'Cheap gas makes renewables appear less attractive'
Researcher and professor at University of Maryland, Klaus Hubacek, explains the costs of the natural gas boom in terms of its impact for overall …
US’ revised Clean Power Plan not ambitious enough
The final plan boasts of only a marginal difference in the amount of power generation-related emissions reduced until 2030
Denmark stakes claim over North Pole and a large chunk of the Arctic
Seeks formal recognition of its extended territory from UN
Arsenic just got dirtier
Exposure to arsenic also increases risk of hypertension
Honey trade just got stickier
US industry shows distrust in India, sets its own certificate to ensure source of honey
Science & Technology - Briefs
Human factor in swine flu
Cabinet push to nuclear bill
Multinationals will make profits, government will bear liability
Pesticides linked to neuro-disorder
Chemicals in food may trigger attention deficit hyperactivity
Who are you?
Whose view of climate equity?
Copenhagen According to USA
Ignore US bullying on IPRs
Countries should not be stampeded into changing laws by the USTR's arbitrary Special 301 report
Lima climate summit: Commitment to deal with ‘Loss and Damage’ weakens
Least Developed Countries and civil society organisations call for an explicit inclusion of ‘Loss and Damage’ in the climate …
लॉकडाउन में भारत के कार्बन उत्सर्जन में दर्ज की गई 15.4 फीसदी की गिरावट
लॉकडाउन की वजह से दुनिया में कार्बन डाइऑक्साइट के स्तर में आई गिरावट ने पिछले सारे रिकॉर्ड तोड़े
The Green World Order: India vs China — who can lead?
The world is sitting on the brink of a catastrophe. Neither the US nor China is keen to safeguard the world through their roadmaps on the Green …
Does India need a pact with China in Paris?
As India’s growth ambitions are different and more critical than that of China, the coalition may not be a good idea
HPV vaccination crucial to reducing cervical cancer, says study
States in the US which have a higher rate of HPV vaccination have a lower rate of cervical cancer
Recession, not natural gas, was major cause of drop in US emissions
A recent study shows that the US power sector’s coal-to-gas switch played only a modest role
World Bank axes coal-power funds
While India is unfazed by the decision, other developing countries may be hit hard
According to report
Poor man’s burden
Developing countries shoulder the clean-up responsibility, yet it is not enough