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Dec 06, 2018
India is world's fourth largest carbon dioxide emitter, says study; nation accounts for 7% of global emissionsIndia's emissions look set to continue their strong growth by an average of 6.3 percent in 2018, with growth across all fuels – coal (7.1 percent), oil (2.9 percent) and gas (6 percent), the study said
Jun 17, 2018
Small hydropower projects turning rivers into series of static water bodies, shows studyIndia is promoting small hydropower projects (SHPs) — defined as hydropower facilities of less than 25 megawatt (MW) — on the assumption that they are socially beneficial and more environment-friendly than larger ones.
Oct 06, 2017
At 14th India-EU Summit, Narendra Modi reaffirms commitment to bilateral trade cooperationIn his speech Narendra Modi also reiterated his commitment to clean energy and the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Jun 04, 2017
Ex-environment minister Jairam Ramesh: Don't confront US over withdrawal from Paris AgreementJairam Ramesh advised the Indian government not to take "panga" or confront the Americans over Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.
Jun 01, 2017
Paris Accord: No end to climate action even if US withdraws, says UN environment headPresident Donald Trump is set to clear the air on whether the US would withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement adopted by nearly 200 countries, including India.
Jun 01, 2017
World risks four-year legal grey zone if Donald Trump walks out on Paris AgreementThe Paris Agreement's Article 28 says any nation wanting to pull out has to wait three years from the date the agreement gained legal force, which was 4 November, 2016, before seeking to leave.
May 27, 2017
G7 countries to reaffirm position on Paris climate accord while US mulls over its stance: OfficialsG7 countries will on Saturday recognise the deadlock about taking collective action on climate change as US president Donald Trump mulls his position.
May 24, 2017
NYT scorns US' efforts against climate change; says it's made to look like a laggard by India, ChinaIndia and China are showing the way forward in the battle against climate change by greatly increasing their investments in renewable energy sources, which are making President Donald Trump's America look like a "laggard", US daily The New York Times has commented