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     Commentary Can the trapped Paris Climate Agreement be rescued?

    Two months ago, all 12 boys and the coach of a Thai football team were rescued after being trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for 18 days. Many termed their rescue against heavy odds a miracle.

  • Paris climate pact can’t be renegotiated: UNFCCC

    Bonn, The Paris Climate Change Agreement adopted by 194 countries is a historic treaty and cannot be renegotiated, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) said on Friday.

  • AISECT director at national meeting in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Dr SR Awasthi, Director, AISECT University participated in the National PRE COP-22 Consultation held in Delhi.  Conference of Parties (COP) is the apex bodies of UNFCCC.  The 22nd meeting of Conference of Parties will be held during 7-18 Nov. 2016 at Marrakech, Morocco.  The main issue will be the implementation of various decisions taken in COP-21 held at Paris in November 2015. Anil Dave, Minister, MoEF was the chief guest and

  • India objects to Pak’s glacial flood project

    Islamabad : After India objected to Pakistan’s $ 35 million proposals to the Green Climate Fund (GCF), a United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the board has postponed its decision of granting the aid.

  • After Masood snub, China backs India on WTO ruling

    New Delhi: A week after it blocked efforts to ban Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar, China on Thursday supported India against the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling that opposes India’s domestic manufacturing under its National Solar Mission.

  • India determined not to let Paris climate meet fail: Govt

    Paris : Ahead of key ministerial talks, India today said it is determined not to make the Paris climate meet like past summits where nations returned with “false optimism and fictitious hopes” and would ensure that rich countries pay back their “debt for overdraft” drawn on the carbon space.

  • prakash javdekar

    A ‘khalnayak’ at climate talks?

    IT’S only fair to point out that while India demands equity in global terms, there’s absolutely no effort to ensure equity on the domestic front. India’s share of global energy consumption will grow, but how will it be distributed at home? Also, India shies away from any discussion on limiting green house emissions from agriculture, which accounts for 28 per cent of the total.