Do you think you and TERI are being targetted by a section of the British media for a reason other than environmental probity?

A factual mistake is threatening to hijack the global climate agenda

A roomful of reporters, whirring TV cameras and popping camera flashes. Dr Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, the world's climate czar, is used to such attention. As chairman of a UN body appointed to study the impact of climate change, which shared the 2007 Nobel Prize with Al Gore, he earned plaudits.

Conflict of interest in formulating climate policy and heading TERIi, which gets sizeable research funding in areas like glaciology and renewable energy and is a big player in green business opportunities.

In a strong show of support that the beleaguered Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) needed desperately, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday backed the scientific conclusions of the UN panel and said

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New Delhi: Water may not be the point of entry into the debate on climate change but that it is at the heart of the issue was widely accepted at the World CEO Forum held during the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2010.

New Delhi: Environment minister Jairam Ramesh on Thursday said the Indian government fully backed R K Pachauri, the beleaguered chairman of UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Even as he took potshots at the weakness of the global climate science panel over the recent controversial revelations, Ramesh said the government supported Pachauri

The anti-climate change lobby is using the flaw in the IPCC study to condemn not just the Teri chief but the idea of climate change itself
S L Rao / February 4, 2010, 0:41 IST