One of the world's biggest challenges today is climate change, and India realizes the importance of cooperation in addressing it. For its part, India has voluntarily committed to an ambitious reduction in emissions intensity, notwithstanding its immense energy needs to meet its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

With effective progress on governance, global demand for voluntary biodiversity credits could reach $2 billion in 2030 and $69 billion by 2050.

Over 20% of mapped global species richness are found in World Heritage sites, despite these areas making up just 1% of the Earth’s surface, according to this joint assessment by IUCN and UNESCO.

The development of linear transport infrastructure (LTI) can have a variety of direct and indirect impacts on protected and conserved areas (PCAs) and other intact areas with high biodiversity and ecological connectivity values.

For the G20 countries with fast-depleting biodiverse species (such as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Türkiye), achieving the 30x30 goal (protecting 30 percent of the world’s land and oceans by 2030) is challenging.

Infrastructure is at the heart of the G20's efforts to strengthen the structural foundations of global development, make it more sustainable, and mitigate its negative effects.

This report explores the role that voluntary sustainability standards (VSSs) can play in helping governments advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and better track and report on their progress toward achieving them. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development outlines an ambitious vision for people and the planet.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of R.D. Singh Bandral Vs Union of India & Others dated 17/04/2023.

The matter related to protecting the flora and fauna of the Kailash Kund-Seoz Dhar region by declaring the same as protected area and not to allow construction of the road in the said region as the same will have an adverse impact on the environment there.

The court directed summons to be issued to the Chief Engineer, Public Works Department (R&B) and the DFO, Bharderwah, requiring them to appear before the tribunal on May 25, 2023.

This paper published by AFD's Research Papers collection analyses how the main discourses that structure the GBF are playing out with respect to the specific challenges and aspirations of Sub-Saharan African countries.

Compliance report on behalf of Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in the matter of Goa Foundation Vs Union of India & Others dated 14/10/2022.