Global Fossil Fuel Production Plans Threaten Climate Goals, Says Report

The production gap report 2023 tracks the discrepancy between governments' planned fossil fuel production and global production levels consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 degrees celsius or 2 degrees celsius

By PTI 09/11/2023

Global Study Shows Over Half Of Earth's Vital Signs At Record Extremes

World Sustainability Day 2023: This year has already witnessed 38 days with global average temperatures more than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels

By PTI 26/10/2023

India's Renewable Boom Not Enough For 1.5-Degree Celsius Target: Report

The Union environment ministry, however, said the report completely ignores the concept of "fair share and cumulative historical responsibility of developed nations".

By PTI 20/09/2023

Renewable Energy Can Lead To Sustainable Supply Chains

Up to 75% of a company’s environmental impact is found within its end-to-end supply chain activities

By Siddhartha Niyogi 19/09/2023

SBTi Validates Hindustan Zinc’s Net Zero Targets

Hindustan Zinc’s targets include a commitment to reducing 50% of absolute Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions and further reduction of 25% of absolute Scope 3 GHG emissions by FY2030 from the base year FY2020 and achieving net-zero emissions across the value chain...

By PTI 16/09/2023

Phase-Out Of Unabated Fossil Fuels Required: UN

Countries need to stop $450 billion in annual subsidies for coal, oil and natural gas

By Associated Press 09/09/2023

Delhi Comes Up With Heat Action Plan

Delhi is one of the hottest cities in India and ranks among the most susceptible to heat waves due to its large population and a significant concentration of lower-income groups

By PTI 18/08/2023

Climate Summit Programme Seeks To Engage Youth in Delhi

The programme seeks to go beyond theoretical knowledge, trying to inspire educational institutions to translate their learnings into practical action

By PTI 12/08/2023

Sustainable Cooling For Urban India

The increase in urban temperatures can be attributed not only to climate change but also to certain urban planning and construction choices

By 05/08/2023

Climate Changes Colour Of 56% Of World's Oceans

The green colour of the ocean waters comes from the green pigment chlorophyll present in phytoplankton, the plant-like microbes abundant in upper ocean. Scientists are, therefore, keen to monitor phytoplankton to see their response to climate change

By PTI 13/07/2023