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Africa-Asia Conclave on Loss and Damage due to Climate Change: Instituting a Global Agricultural Insurance Programme as a Risk Sharing and Transfer Mechanism for Developing Countries

scheduled to be held in  Nairobi, Kenya on 25-26 August, 2016.

Loss and damage is one of the main components of the Paris Agreement. At the next Conference of Parties (CoP 22) at Marrakesh, there would be a review of the two-year work plan of the Executive Committee (ExCom) under loss and damage and a five-year plan would be devised further. 

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Date: August 25-26, 2016

Vienna climate meet sets the stage for a deal on HFC phase-down

Amendment to Montreal Protocol should be ambitious and should provide provisions to address energy efficiency, says CSE

“Climate change poses a powerful challenge to the idea of freedom”: Amitav Ghosh, before the CSE-Penguin release of his latest book, The Great Derangement

Down To Earth, the environment and development fortnightly, celebrates 25 years of its existence by launching Ghosh’s book on climate change; publishes exclusive excerpts and interview

CSE director general Sunita Narain will be in conversation with Ghosh at the launch of the book

DROUGHT DIARIES: A normal monsoon… so what?

A media briefing and knowledge-sharing workshop on drought, climate change and what Indian villages are doing to adapt and mitigate

Programme Director - Climate Change Programme

The Centre for Science and Environment, an established research and advocacy institute needs a Team Head to steer its Climate programme.

Insure farmers to ensure future

Let’s leave for the moment the questions why these extreme weather events are happening in our world with greater frequency and intensity. Let’s discuss what we need to do

Intolerance in Paris: an opinion by Sunita Narain

As I write this, it is two days to the endgame at the Paris climate conference. Despite problems, everybody is clear that there will be an agreement. Let me explain why 

As I write this, it is two days to the endgame at the Paris climate conference. There has been little breakthrough on the contentious issues that elude an agreement, but still everybody is clear that there will be an agreement.

I am beginning to understand why they are so confident. Let me explain.

Climate change negotiations kick off in Paris

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