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Jun 02, 2017
India committed to climate change, irrespective of stand taken by any other country: Harsh VardhanIndia is committed to climate change, irrespective of the stand taken by any other country, Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan said, hours after the United States announced its withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.
Jun 02, 2017
Paris Climate Accord cannot be renegotiated on US' request: United Nations bodyThe Paris agreement is a historic treaty signed by over 190 nations and cannot be renegotiated on the request of a single nation, the United Nations's Framework Convention on Climate Change has said.
May 16, 2017
Ovais Sarmad, an Indian appointed to high-level UN climate change postSarmad currently serves as chief of staff to the director general of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
Oct 10, 2016
Germany proposes ban on internal combustion engine powered cars by 2030Only zero-emission vehicles, with pure-electric or hydrogen-fuel cells will be allowed to go on sale in the country thereafter
Apr 08, 2016
Paris COP21: More than 130 countries to sign climate accord on 22 April, create new recordThe Paris Agreement on climate change sets a target of holding the global average rise in temperature below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels
Nov 13, 2015
Modi in UK: India, Britain pledge to work together on climate changePrime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart David Cameron on Thursday pledged to work together to tackle climate change and signed a memorandum to strengthen energy cooperation between the countries.
Nov 30, 2011
Climate change: How to get a win-win deal at DurbanWith the US at loggerheads with China and India over emission curbs, another disaster awaits the Durban conference. Presenting a politically acceptable solution.
Nov 28, 2011
Climate change meet takes off amid shrinking hope and hard positionsThe Kyoto Protocol is in real danger of coming unstuck if major participants take inflexible positions.