Global airlines body International Air Transport Association (IATA) has expressed confidence that a consensus will be reached on limiting the carbon emissions in the aviation sector during the fort

India said that it has initiated the domestic process for ratifying the Paris Agreement, the global treaty to tackle climate change adopted by 195 countries in December.

A new publication by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) highlights the 20 year history that technology development and transfer has played in the global fight against climate change.

The agreement misses Japan’s National Diet session

USAID has published a new analysis of the post-2020 climate action plans of selected developing countries, which gives climate change practitioners insights into the status of each country’s national climate strategy and can help them make strategic decisions about future activities related to the Paris Agreement.

High levels of investments are required to unleash the potential of agriculture for sustainable development and poverty reduction in developing countries, but low public budgetary allocations to the sector have slowed growth.

The Paris Agreement is a hugely significant step towards reaching a zero-carbon and resilient world. But challenges remain if we are to limit temperature rise and increase capacity to adapt to climate impacts.

Expressing concern over lack of adequate financial and technology support to fight climate change, BASIC countries including India today asked developed nations to "scale up" their level of financi

The Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) submitted by various nations and the subsequent Paris Agreement on climate change announced in December 2015 has decisively put the nations on a path to stringent mitigation of greenhouse gases.

Developed countries will provide financial support to developing nations for technology development and transfer to reduce carbon emissions under the new agreement reached at the Paris Climate Chan

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