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ADB Allocates USD 20 Mn To Help Developing Members Access Vaccines For COVID-19

ADB expects to implement the technical assistance with its partners UNICEF and the World Health Organization, in coordination with COVAX, Gavi, the World Bank, bilateral agencies, among others.

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Shiv Nadar School Hosts Virtual Boot Camp on Nuclear Energy, Climate Change and Sustainability

Shiv Nadar School Hosts Virtual Boot Camp on Nuclear Energy, Climate Change and Sustainability

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Wealthy Countries Edge Towards Global Climate Finance Goal

Developed countries agreed at the United Nations in 2009 to together contribute $100 billion each year by 2020 in climate finance to poorer countries, many of whom are grappling with rising seas, storms and droughts made worse by climate change.

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Top $5 Trillion Investor Group Pushes Firms To Cut Out Thermal Coal

The Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, whose members include German insurer Allianz and manage a combined $5 trillion (£4 trillion) in assets, is making the call after a recent commitment to set tougher carbon limits on their portfolios.

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European Development Finance Group To Exit Fossil Fuel Investments By 2030

The group said a "significant and progressive" alignment of private capital flows to developing countries would be required to meet the United Nations' climate and sustainable development goals.

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Climate Change An Important Issue, Countries Need To Work Together: Prakash Javadekar

The Union Minister said the country had in the Paris Agreement decided that it will restrict the temperature rise to 2 degree Celcius by 2100 and added that it had also declared that the country will reduce its emission intensity by 35 per cent.

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Rising sea levels due to global warming a threat to millions living in coastal regions: Secretary, MoES

Rising sea levels due to global warming a threat to millions living in coastal regions: Secretary, MoES

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Trump terms China, India and Russia 'filthy', lauds his decisions on carbon emissions

Trump terms China, India and Russia 'filthy', lauds his decisions on carbon emissions

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Green Is The Colour Of Money For Funds Betting On A Biden Win

The $58 million Global X Autonomous and Electric Vehicles ETF is up 5.7% over the last month, well behind the performance of clean energy funds.

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UN warns of 'staggering rise' in natural disasters, urge leaders to take action

UN warns of 'staggering rise' in natural disasters, urge leaders to take action

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Mitsui & Co To Sell All Stakes In Coal-Fired Power Plants By 2030 - CEO

Mitsui is one of five trading houses that Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc bought 5% stakes in August with the possibility of increasing its holdings to 9.9%.

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Unprecedented global movement 'Count Us In' to mobilize 1 billion people to act on Climate Change launches in India

Unprecedented global movement 'Count Us In' to mobilize 1 billion people to act on Climate Change launches in India

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India Has Culture Of Living In Harmony With Nature: Prakash Javadekar At UN

The post-2020 global biodiversity framework that will be adopted at the 15th Conference of Parties to the CBD in 2021 provides a good opportunity to enhance efforts to conserve and protect nature

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"Technology Has A Profound Capability To Solve Environmental Issues And Build A Sustainable Future": Jairam Varadaraj, Managing Director, ELGi Equipments

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Jairam Varadaraj, Managing Director, Elgi Equipments talk about technology, sustainability standards and environment.

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EnKing International, the first Indian company to become a CDP Accredited Global Gold Climate Change Consultancy Solution provider

EnKing International, the first Indian company to become a CDP Accredited Global Gold Climate Change Consultancy Solution provider

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