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World Worse Now Due To Covid, Climate, Conflict: UN Chief Antonio Guterres

World Worse Now Due To Covid, Climate, Conflict: UN Chief Antonio Guterres

21 January 2022

UN Chief Antonio Guterres blames the pandemic, climate change and worldwide incidents of conflict for making the world worse than what it was five years back.

Leaders Emphasise The Need To Push For Climate Innovation At Davos Agenda 2022

Leaders Emphasise The Need To Push For Climate Innovation At Davos Agenda 2022

20 January 2022

Panelists John Kerry, Bill Gates, Anna Borg, and Yasmine Fouad discussed ways to make zero-emission technologies affordable and accessible at an online session...


Scientists Express Need for Transformative Changes To Halt Biodiversity Loss

More than 50 scientists from 23 countries came together to analyse and understand the actions required to meet the 21 targets that are part of the UN...

WMO DATA: 2021 IS ONE OF THE SEVEN WARMEST YEARS ON RECORD

WMO DATA: 2021 IS ONE OF THE SEVEN WARMEST YEARS ON RECORD

19 January 2022

The 2020-2022 La Nina events had a temporary cooling effect on global temperatures. 2021 has still emerged as one of the seven warmest years on record


As Rich Nations Emit More CO2, Poor Nations Bear The Brunt

Highlighting emissions inequality between rich and poor countries, Oxfam’s report ‘Inequality Kills’ noted that rich countries are responsible for an...

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17 January 2022
Only 20% Companies Disclose Emissions Reduction Targets: WEF Study

Only 20% Companies Disclose Emissions Reduction Targets: WEF Study

The study found that climate leaders can attract and retain better talent, realize higher growth, save costs, avoid regulatory risk, access cheaper capital,...


16 January 2022
COVID, China, Climate: Online Davos Event Tackles Big Themes

COVID, China, Climate: Online Davos Event Tackles Big Themes

The gathering, an online alternative to the event typically held in the Swiss ski town of Davos, will feature speeches by the leaders of countries including...


16 January 2022
The Rising Price Of Climate Crisis

The Rising Price Of Climate Crisis

New reports by the IMD and NASA reveal that the world is getting warmer. These rising temperatures mean shrinking global wealth, a dip in productivity and...


14 January 2022
Companies Across The Globe Feeling The Climate Change Heat

Companies Across The Globe Feeling The Climate Change Heat

Climate action failure has been cited as the top risk in the recently released Global Risks Report 2022. While several companies have already begun to suffer...


10 January 2022
Decarbonisation To See $395 Billion Capex By 2030

Decarbonisation To See $395 Billion Capex By 2030

At COP21 in Paris, as part of its nationally determined contributions, New Delhi had committed to achieve 40 per cent of installed electricity capacity from...


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09 January 2022
As Spending Bill Stalls, Biden Climate Goals Remain Elusive

As Spending Bill Stalls, Biden Climate Goals Remain Elusive

Biden’s Build Back Better plan, which contains $550 billion in spending and tax credits aimed at promoting clean energy, was sidetracked by Democratic Sen....


06 January 2022
NCDC, NPC Ink Pact To Promote Productivity, Innovation For ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’

NCDC, NPC Ink Pact To Promote Productivity, Innovation For ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’

The pact has been signed between NCDC (National Cooperative Development Corporation) and NPC (National Productivity Council) to promote productivity and...


02 January 2022
EU Faces Backlash Over Suggesting Gas And Nuclear Energy As Climate Friendly

EU Faces Backlash Over Suggesting Gas And Nuclear Energy As Climate Friendly

The European Commission published a draft proposal on Saturday that suggested classifying gas and nuclear energy as climate-friendly.


01 January 2022
In 2022, Renewable Energy Is Going To Be The Way Forward

In 2022, Renewable Energy Is Going To Be The Way Forward

The attention in the renewable energy sector is expected to be centred around advanced photovoltaic (PV), advanced robotics, artificial intelligence, big data,...


12 January 2022
Yearender 2021: 5 Species That Went Extinct This Year

Yearender 2021: 5 Species That Went Extinct This Year

Climate change has been making a radical impact on the planet with every year, a host of species vanishing from the earth. This year too, we lost a few. Here's...


12 January 2022
Deputy Commissioners Can 'Drive' Districts To Prosperity Or Doomsday: Khandu

Deputy Commissioners Can 'Drive' Districts To Prosperity Or Doomsday: Khandu

The chief minister also raised two important schemes launched by the Central government – ‘Svamitva’ and ‘Svanidhi’ – that need an urgent push by...


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12 January 2022
Yearender 2021: 5 Worst Natural Disasters Of The Year

Yearender 2021: 5 Worst Natural Disasters Of The Year

With climate change becoming more and more evident, we bring to you 5 natural disasters that shook the world in 2021.


13 January 2022
Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Linking Climate Change With Int’l Peace, Security

Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Linking Climate Change With Int’l Peace, Security

Russia’s UN resolution rejected on Monday, would have been the first devoted to climate-related security danger as an issue of its own.


13 January 2022
Germany: Chancellor Olaf Scholz's Cabinet Approves 60 Billion Euros For Climate, Modernization Fund

Germany: Chancellor Olaf Scholz's Cabinet Approves 60 Billion Euros For Climate, Modernization Fund

According to the Finance Minister of Olaf Scholz's cabinet, Christian Lindner, investing 60 billion euros is going to strengthen Germany's economy which is...


13 January 2022
China Needs More Ambitious Climate Goal: Top US Diplomat

China Needs More Ambitious Climate Goal: Top US Diplomat

What China does on burning coal will be crucial to whether the world can meet its target of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the...


13 January 2022
UN Chief Antonio Guterres: Climate Change Aggravates Conflict And Terrorism

UN Chief Antonio Guterres: Climate Change Aggravates Conflict And Terrorism

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a U.N. Security Council meeting that hindrance in the government's ability to provide public services due to...


18 January 2022
Brazil's Amazon Deforestation Surges To Worst In 15 Years

Brazil's Amazon Deforestation Surges To Worst In 15 Years

Before Jair Bolsonaro's term began as President in January 2019, the Brazilian Amazon hadn't recorded a single year with more than 10,000 square kilometers of...


18 January 2022
Brazil's Amazon Deforestation Surges To Worst In 15 Years

Brazil's Amazon Deforestation Surges To Worst In 15 Years

Before Jair Bolsonaro's term began as President in January 2019, the Brazilian Amazon hadn't recorded a single year with more than 10,000 square kilometers of...


17 November 2021
US To Hold Huge Crude Oil Sale In Gulf Of Mexico After Climate Talks

US To Hold Huge Crude Oil Sale In Gulf Of Mexico After Climate Talks

The livestreamed sale will invite energy companies to bid on drilling leases across some 136,000 square miles, about twice the area of Florida.


18 January 2022
Nations Strike Climate Deal With Coal Compromise

Nations Strike Climate Deal With Coal Compromise

Before India succeeded in getting the change made, nation after nation talked about the final provisions not going far or fast enough but a compromise was...


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Opinion

World Worse Now Due To Covid, Climate, Conflict: UN Chief Antonio Guterres

World Worse Now Due To Covid, Climate, Conflict: UN Chief Antonio Guterres

UN Chief Antonio Guterres blames the pandemic, climate change and worldwide incidents of conflict for making the world worse than what it was five years back.

21 January 2022
Leaders Emphasise The Need To Push For Climate Innovation At Davos Agenda 2022

Leaders Emphasise The Need To Push For Climate Innovation At Davos Agenda 2022

Panelists John Kerry, Bill Gates, Anna Borg, and Yasmine Fouad discussed ways to make zero-emission technologies affordable and accessible at an online session in Davos Agenda 2022

20 January 2022
Scientists Express Need for Transformative Changes To Halt Biodiversity Loss

Scientists Express Need for Transformative Changes To Halt Biodiversity Loss

More than 50 scientists from 23 countries came together to analyse and understand the actions required to meet the 21 targets that are part of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity

20 January 2022
WMO DATA: 2021 IS ONE OF THE SEVEN WARMEST YEARS ON RECORD

WMO DATA: 2021 IS ONE OF THE SEVEN WARMEST YEARS ON RECORD

The 2020-2022 La Nina events had a temporary cooling effect on global temperatures. 2021 has still emerged as one of the seven warmest years on record

19 January 2022
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