carbon emission

Climate finance isn't charity, says Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav at COP26

Currently, rich nations provide an estimated $80 billion annually, which poorer nations say isn't enough to develop clean energy systems and to adapt to worsening climate shocks.

published on : 11th November 2021

Why the Climate Equity Monitor is needed

The CEM is meant to bring a shift in awareness, especially in India, to the fact that climate change is a global collective action problem and cannot be solved merely by self-sacrifice

published on : 4th November 2021

China envoy defends emissions, criticizes US under Trump

China, which is heavily dependent on coal-fired power, pledged last year to start reining in its fossil fuel emissions later in this decade and to become carbon neutral by 2060.

published on : 3rd November 2021

India to hit net-zero climate target by 2070: Prime Minister Modi at COP26 climate summit

PM Modi also announced that the carbon intensity of India's economy -- the amount of goods produced per unit of energy -- would be reduced by 45 percent by 2030.

published on : 1st November 2021

If all 2030 climate targets are met, Earth will still heat by 2.7℃ this century. Here's why that's not ok

A report found global targets for net-zero emissions by mid-century could cut another 0.5℃ off global warming. While this is a big improvement, it will still see temperatures rise to 2.2℃ this century

published on : 27th October 2021

PM Scott Morrison says Australia to exceed 2030 emissions target

Morrison said his government would stick with Australia's current 2030 target of reducing emissions by 26 per cent to 28 per cent below 2005 levels.

published on : 26th October 2021

Australia gives in-principle support for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050

Reducing emissions is a politically fraught issue in Australia, which is one of the world's largest exporters of coal and liquified natural gas.

published on : 25th October 2021

Chennai ranks second among Indian cities for ‘green’ real estate

Chennai, which is ranked 224, is behind Delhi (63), the only Indian city in the global top 100. Mumbai is ranked 240, Hyderabad 245, Bengaluru 259, and Pune 260.

published on : 1st October 2021

India' first aircraft elevated cross taxiway at Delhi airport to be ready by next December

Once commissioned, the 2.1 km-long dual elevated taxiway will not only help decongest the airport and improve circulation paths of aircraft, but also reduce approximately 55,000 tonnes of CO2 emission

published on : 8th September 2021

German climate groups plan legal action against car giants

If they do not respond to the letter in the coming weeks and halt their "illegal behaviour", the NGOs said they are ready to file lawsuits in court.

published on : 3rd September 2021

China sticks to goal of having carbon emissions peak by 2030

China has said its carbon emissions should peak by 2030 and then decline, with a goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2060.

published on : 3rd August 2021

Jindal Steel and Power Limited eyes 50 MT annual capacity by 2030; to reduce carbon emission

However, all these efforts are part of its larger goal of becoming a 50 million tonne per annum (MTPA) capacity steel company by 2030.

published on : 28th July 2021

US democrats to introduce bill to impose tax on imports from countries without climate laws

The import fee will be based on the domestic environmental cost incurred and will initially cover goods that are both carbon-intensive and exposed to trade competition, like aluminum, cement etc.

published on : 20th July 2021

India will reduce more than targeted 33 per cent carbon emission by 2030: Power Minister 

He further said that as per the Paris agreement, India has to produce 40 per cent electricity of its total capacity from non-fossil sources by 2030.

published on : 15th July 2021

Carbon emissions from energy dropped 10 percent in the EU last year

Eurostat said in a statement Friday that emissions fell in all of the EU's 27 member nations compared to 2019 as governments imposed lockdown measures to slow the spread of the virus.

published on : 7th May 2021
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