The Volcan and Théâtre de l’Hôtel de Ville of Le Havre in France welcomed record 7000 attendees, more than 300 business leaders, NGO representatives, thinkers and change-makers from all over the world,
Hoardings on ‘ Poverty Eradication’ inside and outside the audaciously lavish Headquarters of World Bank in Washington DC, that I had visited number of times, is the most prominent contrast and dichotomy that I have ever seen.
The developing countries are poised to be the precious solar and biomass mines of the renewable energy that will be increasingly sought by the developed countries. The history will repeat , except that instead of exploring for for spices now the developed country explorers will seek solar energy. Renewable energy will account for the majority ...
Speech by Rajendra Shende, Chairman TERRE Policy Centre at Workshop in side event in Bangkok My long journey in United Nations has more than proved that global environmental negotiations pose complex diplomatic challenges and formidable legal conundrums.
Jeffrey D. Sachs presents how global citizens can take a holistic pathway forward to address the seemingly intractable worldwide problems of persistent extreme poverty, environmental degradation, and political-economic injustice: sustainable development.
“By 2030, the Protocol may be preventing 2 million cases of skin cancer each year. It will have prevented significant loss of food crops which in turn would have compounded future severe food security challenges” Achim Steiner, USG and ED of UNEP. Speech: Distinguished delegates, Dear colleagues, It gives me great pleasure to welcome you today ...
This year is 325th anniversary of the French revolution that changed the world, and India hopes to see in Paris next year in 2015, yet another revolution on climate change to reset the world clock towards climate resilient society.