Technologies exist to arrest global warming. But the political will to implement them is missing

Bush s position is immoral and contemptous, but so is our inability to tell him he is wrong

people for Ethical Treatment of Animals (peta), a us -based non-governmental organisation (ngo), has intensified its campaign against the Indian leather industry. It organised a press

A decline in its funds and erosion in its mandate have made the United Nations Environment Programme virtually ineffective. Bharat H Desai looks at recent attempts to revitalise it

The climate change negotiations have come to a halt over the issue of sinks. Neelam Singh discusses the associated complications

Three eminent scientists express their opinion on the relevance of lulucf activities to developing countries

World Resources Institute objects to criticism that Northern groups are arm twisting developing countries into reducing greenhouse gas emissions

Will George W Bush as US president be better than Al Gore for the global environment?

After wrecking the climate talks in the Hague, the US led coalition refuses to participate in further negotiations in Oslo

Opposition to AP government s move to involve industries in JFM gathers momentum