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Countries agree on rules to cut down pollution from deforestation
November 24, 2013
Almost eight years after the idea was first mooted, climate change negotiators have thrashed out an agreement of a deal ...
UN sounds alarm over ozone-damaging nitrous oxide
November 21, 2013
Levels of nitrous oxide, a gas that both depletes the ozone layer and stokes global warming, could nearly double by mid- ...
G77+China stands up to developed nations
November 20, 2013
Standing their ground against developed nations, the G77+China group of 133 countries walked out of negotiations on the ...
'Poorest of the poor countries need $1.4 bn to adapt to climate change'
November 14, 2013
Poorest of the poor countries are trying their level best to fight climate change. But according to the
, at least ...
UN climate change summit begins, to plan out $100-billion ‘green fund’
November 11, 2013
Representatives from 194 countries on Monday came together in Warsaw for the United Nations Climate Change Conference to ...
India finds itself alone at Bali summit
December 11, 2007
India found itself alone and the subject of criticism from many sides over the issue of being paid to conserve forests a ...
In a first, Okhla compost plant gets carbon credits worth Rs.25 lakh
March 6, 2013
The Okhla composting plant of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation has received carbon credits and Rs.25 lakh from the ...
Greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced after all: study
December 4, 2012
Increased use of information and communication technology such as video conferencing and smart building management could ...
Clock is ticking fast, UN climate talks told
November 26, 2012
Nearly 200 nations launched a fresh round of United Nations climate talks in Doha today, facing urgent appeals to scale ...
June 11, 2012
People protest in the halls of the venue of UN Climate Talks to demand that nations not sign a "death sentence" during t ...
Rising mercury may take toll on fruits, vegetables
May 10, 2012
Temperature to increase by 2°C, hitting food production: Study. Chetan Chauhan reports.
Climate change threat brings mountain countries together
April 5, 2012
Threat posed by global warming and the need to have a collective voice in climate change negotiations have brought mount ...
Pakistan fumes over UN carbon credits to India
January 2, 2012
Pakistan plans to challenge a decision of an UN agency to grant carbon credits to India on a hydropower project.
What UN climate talks agreed to in Durban
December 11, 2011
UN climate change talks in Durban, South Africa, agreed to a package of measures early today that would eventual ...
India protests carbon tax on Europe flights
July 30, 2011
Come January, your airfare to London will cost €6 (Rs 380) more, thanks to a new carbon tax the European Union has decid ...
Planning to watch Bang Bang online? HC says no
Wedding pics are here! Amal makes for a stunning bride in lacy whites
Gandhi, Orwell legacy splits Bihar's Motihari over getting a landmark
Olympic US swimming champion Phelps arrested for drunken driving
Adieu Orkut, you will be missed
IIPM cannot call itself management institute: HC
Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years in jail; clashes in Tamil Nadu
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
More nude images of Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence leaked online
Modi, Obama talk deeper ties, joint anti-terror push
Asian Games: Dodgy judging knocks out Sarita Devi, Devendro
India, China border stand off, that cast a shadow on Xi’s visit, ends
12 killed, many hurt as trains collide near Gorakhpur
Setback for AAP as Damania quits party posts
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