The paper examines whether democracy at the country level and global climate change matter for another. It raises the question of how to support democracy

Together the United States and China account for approximately 40 percent of the world's carbon dioxide emissions, and only through concerted and coordinated action the challenge of climate change can be met. Technology transfer promises to be one of the key areas for U.S.-China cooperation.

This paper aimed at examining the Central Government involvement in the NER to analyze what factors define the shaping of policies and the attitude and approaches the Government pursues towards the NE. One factor, which seems to influence the framing of policies as well as defining the Government

Climate change is real, it is happening already, and its impacts on people are not gender-neutral. It is affecting men and women all over the world differently, especially in the world

This paper aims to summarize India?s policies and measures to address climate change, and to introduce major determinants and consequences of that policy, as well as the actors involved in the policy process. An overview of sector-based mitigation policies is also given.

This agrofuel watch guideline is supposed to be applied for monitoring of the status of the right to food in the context of expansions of agro-fuel at community level. The study includes Case studies of Violations of Right to Food due to Agro-fuel Cultivation in India.

This paper argues that an emergency climate stabilization program is needed, that such a program is only possible if the international effort-sharing impasse is decisively broken, and that this impasse arises from a severe, but nevertheless

This paper aims to summarize China

This report focuses specifically on the topic of renewable energy for heating and cooling for two reasons. First, the heating and cooling sector contributes largely to energy consumption, and therefore the emission of greenhouse gases. Globally, heating and cooling accounts for an estimated 40-50% of final energy demand.

While the climate debate is raging, the climate negotiations themselves are barely moving. Finger pointing seems to be the name of the game, with each negotiating bloc focused on passing the bill for solving the climate crisis onto the others. The process as a whole is in impasse, and it's time to admit it, as it's time to admit that disagreements about fairness and equity are at the centre of the impasse.