INITIATIVES

Obama Administration's actions include the designation of 48 National Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors on highways. The White House: The Obama Administration has announced steps to...

Sustainability reporting by large and multinational companies has become commonplace over the last decade, however among small and medium enterprises (SMEs), the practice of...

INNOVATIONS

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THE SUSTAINABILITY PARADIGM

VIEWPOINTS

Kigali, 15 October 2016 - Nearly 200 countries struck a landmark deal today to reduce the emissions of powerful greenhouse gases, hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), in...

New Delhi: Indian coal-based thermal power plants are some of the most inefficient in the world - says a two-year long research study by...
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IN THE NEWS

Obama Administration's actions include the designation of 48 National Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors on highways. The White House: The Obama Administration has announced steps to combat climate change, increase access to clean energy technologies, and...

World is still heading for temperature rise of 2.9 to 3.4℃ this century, even with Paris pledges. 2030 emissions will be 12 to 14 gigatonnes above levels needed to limit global warming to 2℃. Opportunities include...

India ratified the Paris Agreement (on Climate Change) on 2nd October 2016, the day of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.  The Instrument of Ratification was deposited by India with the UN at an event...
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SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES

Under business-as-usual climate projections, polar bears could eventually face starvation and reproductive failure across the entire Canadian Arctic archipelago.

Cleaner fuels, new emissions standards and technology to clean up black carbon diesel truck exhaust could help save lives and help millions breathe easier.

Estimated worth of climate benefits from central African mangroves is up to USD 66 billion, and new satellite technology could help monitor mangrove restoration.

Illegal logging, mining, dams, and agriculture projects, paired with failure to respect indigenous land rights, imperil forests of tropical nations, finds new study.

The chances of extreme hot summers across parts of Europe have increased dramatically since the early 2000s, according to a new study by the Met Office.