Durban: The fears of finances turning into an empty shell seemed to be coming true on Tuesday, with the developed world not keen to show where the money is going to come from to help the developing

New Delhi India has said it is open to negotiate on mitigation issues at the Durban climate talks but said developed countries have to show clear commitment to reduce their carbon footprints.

Durban India and the European Union seems to be on a collision course with New Delhi saying that it will only stick to its voluntary domestic pledge on carbon emission cuts even as the 27-member bl

Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan will lead the Indian delegation in the second week of negotiation at the stalled climate talks that are yet to see a forward movement on crucial questions of

December 2: Talks at the climate change conference have predictably bogged down over funding and over the insistence of the first world countries that emerging economies like India and China also c

Nod To Natarajan’s Stand On Equity, Intellectual Property & Trade Barriers At Durban

The 17th conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, popularly known as COP-17, is taking place in Durban, South Africa, at a critical moment, as the historic 1997 Kyoto Protocol i

In a setback to the climate talks underway in Durban, discussions on finance, a key element of a successful outcome, appear to have hit the slow road.

New Delhi India Inc is urging the key negotiating nations at the ongoing climate talks at Durban to focus on three key issues — market-based mechanisms, technology transfer and trade.

The 17th Conference of Parties (COP) under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) is being held in Durban, South Africa, from November 28 to December 9, 2011.