India today asked the developed world to 'walk the talk' and honour its pre-2020 commitments in the fight against climate change and joined Brazil, China and South Africa in seeking a clear roadmap

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions on reducing emission, 30/11/2015. India is a Party to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which aims at addressing challenges posed by Climate Change.

India on Wednesday made it clear to the West that it will be firm in its negotiations on climate change and will not be cowed down by aggressive postures taken by anyone, including the United State

India’s strategy at the Paris Climate Change summit will be to work with emerging economies and press the developed world to concede that responsibility for cutting carbon emissions after 2020 cann

Says India's commitments are more ambitious than China's "highly publicised" ones
'India's commitments to combat climate change generous'

Ahead of the environment summit in Paris, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday said the developed countries should come out with "more reasonable proposals" to fight climate change.

India has not shied away from coming forward with "generous commitments" to combat climate change even as developed nations have fallen short of their obligation to provide finance as well as techn

Making its suggestions to the latest draft text of the Paris climate agreement, India on Monday pitched for inserting specific paragraph on the issue of finance and transfer of technology in the te

India, China and other developing countries doing in excess

Developed world shoulders less than fair burden through its climate change targets

India and Germany on Monday decided to forge an Indo-German Climate and Renewable Alliance, a partnership to harness technology, innovation and finance in order to make affordable, clean and renewa