The inconvenient truth is not that global warming is undeniably unequivocal but that we are unable to address it with the required urgency. And the convenient truth is not that India is entering a demographic dividend period and has a demagogue prime minister, but that India is yet to draw a road map to leverage these rewards and gains to deal with the climate change.
One of the swan-song-projects that I undertook when I was leading the global capacity building activities in United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Paris was rather out-of-box.
In 1997, I was in cultural capital of Japan-City of Kyoto.Kyoto is also known as an university city. But it has no real linkages with industries or the problem of the climate change.
“A few more whacks of the ice axe in the firm snow, and we stood on top”, stated Sir Edmund Hillary about his final climb
26th June 2014, Versaille, Solar City: Just 20 KMs West of Paris stands a huge icon of French grandeur- a Palace of Versaille.
May 26, 2014 could well be the new beginning in the history of the relation between India and its South Asian neighbors. Frenzied media across the South Asian continent had never expected
It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change, it has been said of the theory of Natural Selection.
My hybrid car, Toyota Prius, for last seven years is emitting nearly 50% less CO2 than average non-hybrid car.
Where it stands and what next? The world leaders in year 2000, which heralded new millennium, made historic resolution like never before.
Europeans waded through seas to set up the spice-route to India. Did they miss Solar Route? Stil
Achim Steiner, UN USG and ED of UNEP speaks candidly on post-2015 agenda for Sustainable Developm
21 Industry Leaders including ITC, HPCL, Kirloskar Oil Engines, Schneider Electric and ITC Windsor f
This year is 325th anniversary of the French revolution that changed the world, and India hopes