Indian Airports To Be Net-Zero By 2030: Scindia

MoCA has recommended all existing brownfield and upcoming greenfield airports to work towards carbon neutrality and net zero, which includes utilising solely green energy

By Outlook Planet Desk 15/03/2023

India can achieve its goal of being carbon neutral much before its target of 2070: IMF MD

A huge nation like India should take the lead in the fight against climate change, according to International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva

By PTI 22/02/2023

Eight Indian Airports Receive Carbon Accreditation

By 2030, many Indian airports, including Kempegowda International Airport aim to have net-zero carbon emissions

By Outlook Planet Desk 28/01/2023

Industry Body CMAI Inks Info Sharing Pact With Association of Renewable Energy Agencies of States

CMAI has entered into an agreement with AREAS to promote the development of renewable energy projects and ensure knowledge exchange on policy and regulatory-related developments

By PTI 19/01/2023

Creating Value Through ESG

Dinanath Dubhashi, Managing Director & CEO, L&T Finance Holdings Ltd. sheds light on how ESG figures in their scheme of things

By Outlook Planet Desk 03/01/2023

As Carbon Trading Takes Off, Focus On Building A Robust Market

What started over two decades ago is picking up pace now as carbon markets—compliance and voluntary—across the world are bustling with energy today

By Shailja Tripathi 13/07/2022

India Is The World Leader In Energy Transition: R K Singh

India has already installed 100 GW of renewable energy capacity and targets 450 GW by 2030.

By Outlook Planet Desk 09/09/2021

India Has The Potential To Become Global Green Hydrogen Hub

Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh says, India is well poised to take a leadership role towards Carbon neutrality.

By Outlook Planet Desk 06/09/2021

China pledges carbon neutrality by 2060

Chinese President Xi Jinping surprised the world by announcing the country will strive to reach carbon neutrality by 2060 and will peak emissions 'by 2030' rather than 'around 2030'.

By Outlook Planet Desk 24/09/2020