Climate justice

Half a Degree Short

Half a Degree Short

December 1, 2018

Finance ministers who are either shy or wary of climate change should now try hard to be in line for climate-action. They are more likely to prove that economic benefits and the action to decarbonise the society are not the opposing teams in the game.

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Paris Climate Agreement

Paris Climate Agreement

April 23, 2016

As India signed the Paris agreement on April 22, the country made some commitments to contribute in the global climate action. Around 175 countries signed the Paris agreement in New York on the International Earth Day, which was also the first day of signing ceremony of the globa...

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Impact of Climate Change on the Hills

Impact of Climate Change on the Hills

February 3, 2016

Enroute Chandrashila peak at 4000 metres in Tungnath region of Uttarakhand, the villages still await to receive the first snowfall in the middle of January. Additionally, the reduced rainfall once again impacted agricultural output, thanks to climate change. “We are in the midd...

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Climate Change Meet, Paris

Climate Change Meet, Paris

January 6, 2016

Global leaders, businesses and several others have gone to town over the ‘unprecedented’ achievements during the global negotiations in Paris to curb global warming. Yet, not much besides big headlines seems to have been achieved The road to hell is paved with good intentions...

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