Provides introduction and guidance to strategies related to sustainable water management within the existing urban fabric of a city or region.
By: Indrajit Bose Date: Nov 27, 2012 No market benefits for developed countries that are not part of Kyoto Protocol, developing countries demand Two issues dominated negotiations under the Kyoto Protocol track or ad hoc working group on Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP) on the second day of CoP 18 meeting in Doha, Qatar. One, on the second commitment period of Kyoto Protocol (KP 2), and two, the ambition levels with respect to emissions reduction targets of developed countries. Read more
World Bank arm finances polluting steel mill in Jharkhand Read more
Durban, December 8: The latest version of the draft text on the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is out.
Was the Cancun CoP successful? What happened between Copenhagen and Cancun, that made countries vulnerable to climate change give their nod to the Cancun Agreement Read more
December 6, 2010 The post-2012 emissions reduction commitments for Annex 1 countries under the Kyoto Protocol (KP) are presently going nowhere. Japan had fired the first salvo when in the opening plenary, it categorically stated its opposition to the second commitment period of KP. Now, countries like Australia, Canada, and some European nations have joined the chorus to disband KP.
I have reached Cancun few hours’ back to attend the 16th Conference of Parties (CoP-16) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and have been greeted with news that can only be characterised as bad or worse.