The world has witnessed a new era of cooperation on climate change between the United States and China. This cooperation between the world’s two largest economies and carbon emitters played a fundamental role in the international negotiations leading up to the adoption of the Paris Agreement in December 2015.

This paper is an accompaniment to the FAO study, 'The Agricultural Sectors in the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs): Analysis'.

Global poverty is increasingly concentrated among a group of 48 countries, which are falling further behind the rest of the world in terms of economic development, according to a United Nations report released by UNCTAD.

This book documents the results of the research and capacity development efforts to implement the ITPGRFA in Nepal. Its chapters cover five main interrelated themes: national-level multi-lateral system policy development; policy actors and networks; germplasm flows and interdependence; farmers’ involvement; and technology transfer.

India Worked with Developing Nations to Ensure that Climate Actions are based on Equity and Climate Justice

Amid apprehension that US President-elect Donald Trump might withdraw the US from the climate-rescue Paris Agreement, India on Thursday said that one should not react on assumptions and “wait” and

Nearly 200 countries today called for "highest political commitment" to combat climate change on "urgent priority" at a UN gathering here, noting that global climate is warming at an "alarming and

MARRAKECH: As issue of inadequate financial support from rich nations continued to dominate discourse of heads of state\government and ministers during high-level segment of the UN climate change c

Reports have emerged ahead of the talks showing that the current levels of commitments might not be enough to tame global warming

MARRAKECH, MOROCCO: As poor and deteriorating air quality chokes the capital, India puts forward its priority list for global action to reduce carbon dioxide pollution in Marrakech.

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