Most current climate-sinners have committed too little
Sunita Narain / New Delhi March 13, 2009, 0:00 IST

Most current climate-sinners have committed too little to fixing economies for a different tomorrow

Shishir Prashant / Dehradun March 02, 2009, 0:21 IST

Comprehensive evaluation on the conditions of ecosystem is important to protect regional eco environment. The paper is mainly based on the data set of remote sensing and climate factor to calculate the ecological capital of ecosystem in Yunnan province.

China has suggested that carbon emissions incurred during the manufacture of exported goods should the shouldered by the country where they are consumed.

Evaluation of programs, either before they are designed or after they are implemented, are increasingly viewed as a critical for learning and improving accountability of public policies.

The economic downturn might be the best time to include ecosystem services in the real economy. (Editorial)

With the economic case for tackling climate change stronger than ever, the financial crisis provides an opportunity, not an obstacle, says Nicholas Stern.

Guy Ryder, general secretary of the International Trade Union Confedaration, went to Poznan to attend his first UN climate meet. He sees green opportunity in the financial crisis. Pradip Saha caught up with him Is it okay to discuss climate change in the midst of a financial crisis? Governments are indicating that they are ready to inject large sums of money into their national

Industry sees sense in going green On the face of it, there is not much to celebrate. Wastage of resources has become acute. We seem to be in an era of energy-guzzlers. But things are not that bad if we scratch the surface a bit

Different approaches to making the economic case for improved management of natural capital in national planning are reviewed in this report. In many low-income countries natural resources sectors (agriculture, mining, forestry, fishery, nature-based tourism) are identified as the engines of economic growth.