India has emerged as a "voice" in climate change and trade negotiations.

India can claim a measure of victory at Warsaw as it succeeded in keeping the discussion on reducing the use of refrigerant gases with high global warming potential, or hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), o

Support Protest, Says Jayanthi

Warsaw: In a rare show of strength against rich nations, the G77+China Group, comprising almost all developing countries, walked out of the negotiations on the crucial Loss and Damage (L&D) issue on early Wednesday. The move sent a strong message that poor nations are not going to give elbow space to the US-led group unless they get commitment over financial aid.

India would strongly oppose the US and EU's stand on the issue of phasing out refrigerant gas HFCs at the high-level ministerial talks at the UN Climate Change summit here, official sources said We

A draft text of a ministerial decision on the controversial phasing out of refrigerant and global warming gases – hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) – circulating in the negotiations stirred debate on late

The UN's Montreal Protocol was designed to phase out industrial gases that destroy Earth's protective ozone layer

A slowdown in global warming that climate sceptics cite in favour of their cause was partly induced by one of the world's most successful environment treaties, a study said today.

The report, summarising results from the ATMOsphere Technology Summit and global surveys gathering perspectives from emerging economies, is another clear step to strengthen shecco’s involvement in international project activities helping developing countries seize additional climate benefits from natural refrigerants and foams.

This report addresses the benefits of drawing down nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions. N2O is now the most significant ozone-depleting substance emission and the third most important greenhouse gas released into the atmosphere.

This report addresses the benefits of drawing down nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions. N2O is now the most significant ozone-depleting substance emission and the third most important greenhouse gas released into the atmosphere.

Remember the Ozone hole? Decades ago it was a big concern. It was getting bigger and bigger and our emissions of ozone-depleting substances was identified as the main reason.

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