NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Thursday that "a lack of collective will" was hampering efforts to forge a common global front against the threat of climate change.

NEW DELHI: In one of his most emphatic public statements reaffirming the return of 'equity' in India's climate change stance, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said global cooperation on climate change

“As a developing country in the frontlines of climate vulnerability, India has a vital stake in the evolution of a successful, rule-based, equitable and multilateral response to climate change,” said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the inauguration of the 12th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2012 organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) here on Thursday.

Katra: Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, Katra, has found a novel solution to the problem of waste generated by mules.

There is an institutional gap in rural areas, and thus it is difficult to implement the green rating for integrated habitat assessment (Griha) scheme in those areas, said Nobel prize laureate Rajen

The Sunderbans delta and Himalayan region of Darjeeling are two most vulnerable areas in West Bengal in terms of climate change and demand a separate attention, Dr R.K.

A centre to monitor the impact of change in climatic conditions in different zones will be set up in the state soon.

Real-time monitoring by technological tools, such as smart meters and sensors, can help big cities save up to Rs 27 lakh a day and at least 15 per cent of water that's lost owing to leakages and pi

he ICT sector, one of the biggest guzzlers of energy and commercial space in India, has a huge role to play in helping India meet the goals of climate change, says a new report.

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Tetra Pak South Asia Markets launched a project in Dhaka yesterday in an effort to create awareness among students about waste management and recycling