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    Why Greta Thunberg Is Wrong to Boycott COP27

    With time running out, the meeting in Egypt will mark the moment when we start to see if the pledges made at COP26 in...

    NITI, RMI Report Says Green Hydrogen Critical to India’s Net-Zero Ambitions

    With emerging global momentum on hydrogen, India can situate this decarbonisation opportunity not just within the context of a low-carbon economy but also as...

    Environment Ministry Rebuts Environmental Performance Index 2022. Says Yale, Columbia Methods Are Unscientific

    A statement released by the government rebutted the Environmental Performance index 2022 that placed India at the very bottom of the index, arguing that...

    The Richest One Per Cent Pollutes More than the Poorest 50 Per Cent

    The world population is already using the equivalent of 1.6 earths to maintain the current way of life. Ecosystems can longer keep up with...

    Green Hydrogen: Need To Plan Ahead For An Energy Secure SouthAsia

    Financing institutions and governments must step up efforts to finance, subsidize and remove bottle necks to the conversion of fossil fuel energy into clean,...

    India’s Green Hydrogen Drive Faces Heavy Odds

    India has the potential to become a global leader in green hydrogen, but it needs to plug gaps in technology and funding. Sajna Nair India is...

    Post Pandemic Asia Pacific Lags on Climate SDGs – UN ESCAP Report

    At the present rate of progress, the Asia Pacific region may meet 2030 SDGs only in 2065, the report says, calling for stepping up...

    Air Pollution Dims India’s Solar Energy Potential

    India plans to produce 100 gigawatts of solar power in 2022, but the country suffers from high levels of atmospheric pollution. Now, a study...
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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

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