06 Oct 2014

MukulSanwal[1]

 

Global climate policy is being reframed, moving away from an exclusive focus on emissions, the symptoms, to the causes of the problem, use of energy, and new sustainable development architecture.

 

The IEA has released a video, specifically for you, our next generation of leaders! Follow along as Executive Director Maria van der Hoeven narrates the journey of her own life and the development of the IEA, set in the context of the global community's journey in understanding and addressing the urgent issue of climate change

Mon, 2015-02-16 (All day)

Glaciers that feed the Indus River in Pakistan’s Karakoram mountains are melting faster than previously thought. Saleem Sheikh talks to the scientists behind the latest field research that contradicts earlier satellite studies showing glaciers are relatively stable.

15 Apr 2014

Small changes in urban human behavior and increased energy efficiency will have a positive impact on our natural resources.

 

Mukul Sanwal[1]

 

The Power of Poop (and other ways to save the world!) is a half-hour cartoon musical with the big ambition of caring for the planet while having fun too.

01 Feb 2013

For growing economies the stress has to be on patterns of natural resource use and not on the status of natural resources; that is, dealing with the causes rather than the symptoms of the problem of climate change. The time has come for rapidly growing Asia to distinguish between the global, regional and national aspects of climate policy, recognize the linkages and shape the deliberations for the new climate regime by taking substantive measures at home.

17 Dec 2012

cop18The Doha climate conference stretched beyond deadline but ended in what can best be described a nail-biting finish.

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