Representatives from different federations, confederations and alliance have lodged a formal complaint against the implementation process of the Multi-Stakeholder Forestry Programme (MSFP) worth US

Denmark, followed by Israel, Sweden, Finland and the US provide the best conditions today for clean technology start-up creation, with companies in the Asia Pacific region following closely behind

In a significant development, the state government Jammu and Kashmir is mulling over a plan to launch a project on bio-energy in association with the Government of Finland.

Foreign environmental activists have joined hands with locals opposing the Kudankulam Atomic Power Project (KAPP), alleged Dr S. K.

Melbourne has edged out long-time front-runner Vancouver to be rated the world's most liveable city, a world-wide survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit said Tuesday.

Australia's second-largest city Melbourne has been rated the world's best city to live in, and Mumbai one of the worst, according to a new survey.

Leaders of Arctic nations gather in Greenland this week to chart future cooperation as global warming sets off a race for oil, mineral, fishing and shipping opportunities in the world's fragile final frontier.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will join foreign ministers from seven other Arctic states in Greenland's tiny capital of Nuuk -- population 15,000 -- on Thursday for an Arctic Council

Quickening climate change in the Arctic including a thaw of Greenland's ice could raise world sea levels by up to 1.6 meters by 2100, an international report showed on Tuesday.

Such a rise -- above most past scientific estimates -- would add to threats to coasts from Bangladesh to Florida, low-lying Pacific islands and cities from London to Shanghai.

Finland consumes nearly 17,000 units of electric power per capita annually; its share of nuclear electricity is about 28 per cent. Though its nuclear power programme is very modest compared to that of U.S. or U.K.

Finland on Tuesday expressed its willingness to offer new technologies to the Delhi Government in the field of waste management, improvement in sewer management and multi-utility pipe and cabling management during a meeting of its Ambassador in India Terhi Hakala and counsellor Juha Pyykko with Delhi Urban Development and Finance Minister A. K. Walia at his office in Delhi Secretariat.