We Need To Have A More Sustainable And Equitable World If We Want To Survive: Vibha Dhawan, DG, TERI

WSDS 2024: TERI’S annual World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) starts on 7th February and is a platform to discuss threadbare issues surrounding the climate discourse . Dr. Vibha Dhawan, Director General, TERI discusses with Naina Gautam about the...

By Naina Gautam 06/02/2024

Stepping On The Gas On Sustainable Transportation

To address global emissions from transport, switching to electric mobility solutions and leveraging the most public-private partnerships can be a good start

By Gajanan Gandhe 11/01/2024

A Call For Actionable Plan To Break Free From Fossil Fuels

Beyond COP 28: The climate conference raised the question of the dilemma of phase-out or phase-down of fossil fuels by 2050 and beyond

By Dr. Rohan Dutta 03/01/2024

Rethinking Construction Practices Amidst Escalating Climate Crisis

Active adoption of geosynthetic materials in construction can be a pivotal step towards achieving sustainable infrastructure goals

By Vikramjiet Roy 30/12/2023

Women Bear The Brunt Of Asia's Climate Failures

By 2050, climate change may push up to 158 million more women and girls into poverty and see 236 million more face food insecurity, says a report by UN Women

By PTI 29/12/2023

Countries Sign Landmark Deal to Transition from Fossil Fuels

COP 28: After hectic negotiations over the inclusion of the term "phase-out" in the COP28 Summit's agreement, participating countries have finally reached a consensus acknowledging the urgent need for a significant and continuous reduction in greenhouse gas...

By Outlook Planet Desk 13/12/2023

At Least $2.1 Bn In New Funds Pledged At COP28, As Foundations Focus On Health And Agriculture

COP 28: The estimated pledges, which do not represent a complete account of philanthropic commitments at COP28, came from a mix of foundations and private companies, with some made in partnership with governments

By PTI 13/12/2023

New COP Draft Moots Transition Away From Fossil Fuels As A Compromise Deal

COP 28: The latest agreement released after marathon negotiations recognises a crack-down on fossil fuels as an existential imperative but fights shy of pushing for a phase-out, preferring instead transitioning away from fossil fuels

By Outlook Planet Desk 13/12/2023

Divided On Fossil-Fuels Phase-Out, COP28 Scrambles For Consensus

COP 28: UN climate talks continue late into the night as representatives from different countries engage in shuttle diplomacy to agree on a roadmap for ending the use of fossil fuels

By Outlook Planet Desk 12/12/2023

Bihar Attracts Attention For Sustainable Agricultural Practices

COP 28: As the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties concludes in Dubai, the initiatives of the Bihar government in the fields of soil conservation, climate-resilient agriculture, agriculture road map, and organic agriculture have garnered international...

By Outlook Planet Desk 12/12/2023