In this working paper, the authors present an overview of China’s greenhouse gas emissions and its land-based carbon stocks and flows, with a spotlight on potential for land-based mitigation technologies and practices (LMTs) for carbon dioxide removal, based on the published literature.

With a gross state domestic product (GSDP) of INR 23.64 lakh crore in 2022–23, Tamil Nadu (TN) contributes nearly 10 per cent to India’s overall gross domestic product (GDP). As a leading industrial state, it has an ambitious target of becoming a USD 1 trillion economy by 2030–31.

As people worldwide grapple with the effects of rising temperatures, companies are under increasing legal, financial, and societal pressure to cut their emissions.

There are multiple interdependent approaches to climate adaptation, including economic incentives, policy and regulation, locally-led intervention, and nature-based approaches.

A special edition of the Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor assesses the integrity of renewable electricity targets from 10 major companies in fashion and tech. The real GHG emission reduction impact of companies’ renewable electricity claims is often far less than implied.

This paper examines the new technologies urgently needed to deliver additional, permanent and quantifiable impacts to slash emissions. Despite needing to halve emissions by 2030 to stand a chance of limiting warming to 1.5C, they continue to rise.

The annual Greening the Blue Report – The UN system’s environmental footprint and efforts to reduce it shows the progress both at the UN system-wide level and entity level of implementing the Strategy for Sustainability Management in the United Nations System 2020-2030, Phase I: Environmental Sustainability in the Area of Management (Sustainabil

The Central Government, in collaboration with the Bureau, has introduced amendments to the Carbon Credit Trading Scheme, 2023, as outlined in the Energy Conservation Act, 2001.

Given the commitment of G7 and G20 countries to the gradual elimination of fossil fuel subsidies and their advocacy for other nations to follow suit, this study examines the effects of such subsidies on firms’ GHG emissions.

India’s Third National Communication to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was submitted on December 9, 2023. The report contains information on India’s greenhouse gas emissions, its vulnerability to climate change, and the measures it is taking to mitigate emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

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