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Latest Articles in COP27

COP27 Missed Breakthroughs On Emission Reduction, Climate Finance, Says Kotak

To pursue low-carbon development strategies, India will require significant investments, the pace of which will largely hinge on the easy availability of climate finance

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COP27: Climate Wisdom – A New Dawn In Egypt

The concept of ‘environmental compensation’ which became the talking point in Egypt negotiations is already a very established mechanism in many countries across the world

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Developing Nations Need Independent Energy Mix Choices To Achieve SDGs: India At COP27

Bhupendra Yadav said that most developing countries, just transition cannot be equated with decarbonisation, but with low-carbon development

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COP27 Goes Overtime As Negotiators Scramble For Deal

Issues, including the mitigation work program, the global goal on adaptation, loss and damage, and climate finance, are being intervened as they persisted as controversial

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No Climate Crisis If Global Per Capita Emission Were At Par With India: Yadav

India's per capita greenhouse gas emissions are significantly lower than the global average of 6.3 tCO2e

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India Committed To Both Domestic & Multilateral Cooperation On Climate Change: Yadav

The agenda of the session was to present the IRIS vision and announce the first ‘Call for Proposals’

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Hello West: “Finance Is The Fuel For Fossil-fuel Challenge”

Financial resources and sound investments are needed to address climate change, to both reduce emissions, promote adaptation to the impacts that are already occurring, and to build resilience

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COP27: Nations Pledge More GEF Funds To Help Poor Countries Against Climate Change

Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and the Walloon Region of Belgium announced a total of USD 105.6 million in new funding for the Global Environment Facility (GEF) funds that target the immediate climate adaptation needs of low-lying and low-income states

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COP27: India Focuses On Biofuels & Green H2 To Boost Low-Carbon Growth

The agenda prioritises low-carbon electricity, transportation systems, energy-efficient urban infrastructure, low-emission industrial systems, carbon mitigation technologies, increased forest cover and low-carbon development's economic and financial aspects

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Not Just Coal, India Seeks Phase Down Of All Fossil Fuels At COP27: Report

The push by India would also put oil and gas consumer and producers in the spotlight and countries that rely on coal

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COP27: African Nations At The Forefront To Push For “Climate Compensation”

The group's chair of the African Group of Negotiators, Ephraim Shitima said that the summit should provide solutions to the continent's millions of people, adding that Africa requires finance to adapt to extreme weather, as well as to facilitate just energy transition and increase renewable energy uptake

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COP27: India Asserts On New Global Climate Finance Target By 2024

At COP15 in Copenhagen in 2009, developed countries committed to raising USD 100 billion per year by 2020 to assist developing countries in dealing with the effects of climate change

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72% Indians Support Govt Spending On Green Technologies: Report

7 in 10 urban Indians endorse government spending on subsidies to make environment friendly technologies cheaper (solar panels, electric vehicles)

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COP27: Charting India’s Move Towards Zero-Carbon Emission

At the COP26 summit, India had pledged to achieve net-zero emissions by 2070 and reduce its carbon intensity by 45 per cent, by 2030, as compared to 2005 levels

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COP27: ReNew Power Pledges To Restore, Grow 1 Million Trees By 2030

ReNew, a member of the 1t.org Corporate Alliance and the 1t.org India Platform is one of the first companies in its category from India to have submitted the 1t.org pledge

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