As biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation continue largely unabated, it is becoming critical to strengthen nature-based solutions in national climate strategies, including Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Long-Term Low-Emission Development Strategies (LT-LEDS) under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

The purpose of this guide is to assist developing country negotiators and others involved in the negotiations on REDD-plus.

The theme of the Rio + 20 Conference was "Green economy in the context of sustainable development and eradication of poverty" and it has not been possible to the find common ground in the serious differences over what constitute economic growth and human wellbeing – ‘the future we want’.

With the hope of global leaders making a “real move” now, the 17th Conference of Parties (COP17) kicks off today in Durban, South Africa, where delegates from climate-induced vulnerable countries,

This report is the result of a year-long research project driven by a quest for better understanding on how the emerging BASIC powers – Brazil, South Africa, India and China – approach international climate negotiations as a group.

In a far cry from its proactive and out-of-thebox approach to climate change in the international fora, India appears to be playing it safe at home.

This paper proposed l on how to proceed with the Climate Negotiations after the meager results of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2009 in Copenhagen.

It argues splitting continued negotiations into two separate blocks could both save time, and make the world more likely to ultimately reach a comprehensive treaty in Mexico City in December 2010.

The recent Cancun summit restored flailing confidence on the need to counter climate change following the recent conference of the parties (COP15).

The summit held in Cancun, Mexico, the agriculture minister-led Bhutanese delegation felt, had a more positive outcome and was of high relevance for Bhutan.

In a press conference yesterday, agriculture minister (Dr) Pema Gyamtsho said there was m

Developed countries at the 15th Conference had committed themselves to providing around $30 billion for 2010-12
The fund is for supporting developing countries' climate efforts
No clarity on how donors will channel the

NEW DELHI: Developed countries are failing to meet the funding pledges that they made at the Climate Summit in Copenhagen last December to support developing countries' climate

FOR THREE days, beginning Sunday, environment ministers from 45 countries will meet for the Petersburg Climate Dialogue named after the castle of St Petersburg located outside Bonn.