Lavanya Rajamani is Professor of International Environmental Law, University of Oxford & Visiting Professor, Centre for Policy Research
Building on its own track record, may suggest a more compelling way for India to address the climate challenge than uncritically taking on a net zero target
Not all countries are in a position to take net zero targets. They should make pledges that are credible and fair.
Katowice climate negotiations have yielded a disciplined rulebook for future. It’s now time to deliver.
Nations have the opportunity at Katowice to negotiate a robust rulebook to encourage ambitious climate actions
To effectively participate in the post-Paris climate negotiations, India must first ratify the Paris agreement
The climate agreement strikes a fine balance between ambition, differentiation and finance
India needs to revisit its position, nuance it, for a meaningful outcome.
Lima Call for Climate Action will stand countries in good stead in Paris.
India must sieze this moment to set the agenda for the 2015 climate agreement.
India must wield the equity principle to shape the climate agenda,not to guard against mitigation commitments.
So far,India has used equity as a shield to avoid committing to emissions cuts. Now,it must use it as a sword to shape the climate agenda
Why India must not resist the call for a legally binding instrument to bring together mitigation efforts,the issue that will dominate the Durban conference on climate change
Europe loses its patience with slow multilateral climate talks and tries to regulate all airlines,even non-European ones.
Despite US intransigence,there was minor progress for developing countries
India's politicians cutting across party lines have risen to defend Narendra Modi’s right to travel unfettered. As a justifiable dislik...