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Narendra Modi accepts Pachauri’s resignation from PM’s climate change council

Recently, a Delhi court has extended an interim protection from arrest granted to him till March 27.


A climate of bilateralism

India should be wary of acceding to US demands on emissions cuts.


Arnold Schwarzenegger lauds Modi’s ‘good action’, calls Gujarat ‘California of India’

Arnold thanked and lauded Modi for his work to push for sustainable development and clean energy.

Changing winds

There’s no climate change deal with US, but Modi’s statement could presage shift in government position.

‘To stop climate change, India must act’

Obama said that unless countries like India embraced cleaner fuel, the world stood no chance against climate change.


UN Chief Ban Ki-moon asks India to lead fight against climate change

The UN climate conference to be held in Paris this year, is tasked with cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

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Volcanic eruptions partly behind ‘warming hiatus’

Volcanoes may have caused cooling of 0.05 degrees to 0.12 degrees Celsius since 2000.


Indian Science Congress: Scientists differ on causes behind climate change

The session saw different voices, some who blamed human interference and others who blamed natural causes.


Four new missions to boost response to climate change

Govt will soon add at least four new ‘missions’ to the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC).


Let’s remeasure progress

In other words, more than half of our world can’t possibly sustain the growth it is currently experiencing.

Lima stand still

The disagreements conformed largely to the rich versus poor nation faultline in climate diplomacy.


Deal reached at UN climate talks in Peru

“As a text it’s not perfect, but it includes the positions of the parties,” said the Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.


Climate talks stares at another long-drawn night in Lima

Resolution of several contentious issues were still not in sight and negotiators were planning for another full night of negotiations.


Developing countries object, climate talks flounder

The negotiations were supposed to have ended on Friday with a decision on the kind of climate actions that countries could take.


Climate talks run into overtime as India, others reject first draft

The objections raised by the developing countries on Friday were the same that have plagued this round of talks since its beginning.