Workshop on Climate Change

November 04, 2011

 
 
Jairam Ramesh wants Centre and State to coordinate on a plan against climate change  
 
Jairam Ramesh, India’s Union Minister of Forest and Environment briefs South Asian journalists on India’s stand on climate negotiations, at workshop organized by CSE on the 28th of August in New Delhi.  
 
 
 
 
Jairam Ramesh has more to say Shyam Saran has more to say  
 
  On forests and climate change
     
  India will not and should not take reduction targets
     
  Energy efficiency and climate change
     
  On climate change and regional cooperation in South-Asia
     
  On China
     
  On Hillary's offer, population control and the west blocking the Kyoto protocol
     
  Says don't be romantic about renewables and wants to outsource the monitoring of forests
     
  Wants Centre and State to coordinate on a plan against climate change
  Commitments and compromises
     
  On Technology Transfer, Market
     
  Attempts to break G77+China
     
  Expectation at Copenhagen
     
  Transfer of technology and finance
     
  Wide gap between rich and poor
     
     
 

 
     
  EARTH TALK  
  Source: Times Of India  
 
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  Finally, a non-paper with long-term consequences?  
 
  16 December, 2009  
 
  India virtually isolated
at Hagen
 
 
  14 December, 2009  
 
  Rich have to cut emissions; no other deal acceptable  
 
  12 December, 2009  
 
  Let’s not forget, we are climate victims  
 
  09 December, 2009  
 
  Payback time for rich nations (editorial)  
 
  07 December, 2009  
 
   
 
  VIDEO:  
 
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Wednesday, December 16,
2009, Denmark
 
 
   
 
  PM walking into trap in
Copenhagen

Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009, Denmark
 
 
   
 
  Sunita Narain says Jairam Ramesh should tell the PM not to come  
 
  Not enough time to negotiate?
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009, Denmark
 
 
   
 
  NDTV spoke with Sunita Narain,
the Director of Centre for Science and Environment, on what is expected from Copenhagen.
 
 
   
 
  BLOG: CLIMATE/POLITICS  
 
  Copenhagen Accord letters continued: India  
 
  31 January 2010  
 
  Copenhagen Accord: US, China submissions and more  
 
  29 January 2010  
 
  Move over boys and girls, the men are here: the future of climate negotiations and why India wants the Accord  
 
  11 January 2010  
 
  My Copenhagen diary: How polluters won and we all lost  
 
  30 December 2009  
 
  Copenhagen: excluding people and voices for an unfair deal  
 
  15 December 2009  
 
  The US-Chinese joint statement: No change given  
 
  18 November 2009  
 
  Possible elements of the Copenhagen Agreement?  
 
  26 October 2009  
     
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  BUFING syndrome for Obama  
  15 December, 2009  
     
     
  Photo gallery
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  MetaMorph  
  11 December, 2009  
     
     
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  09 December, 2009