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All gas

Negotiations over the past four years have diluted the already weak Kyoto Protocol signed in 1997.
December 31st, 2001

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Melting to extinction

Biodiversity in the UK threatened due to climate changes
December 31st, 2001

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Modified by climate

Global warming has resulted in genetic alternations among living beings
December 15th, 2001

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Green business

The EU proposes to start emissions trading in 2005

November 30th, 2001

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Green future

The present phase of climate change talks ends with consensus on ways to implement the Kyoto Protocol
November 30th, 2001

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China does more than the US

Even as China reduces carbon dioxide emissions by reducing coal use, US policy encourages the dirty fuel
November 7th, 2001

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Solar power in Asia

The Philippines will get a solar power plant with the largest ever capacity in southeast Asia by 2002

November 7th, 2001
 
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First casualty

Rising sea levels force Tuvaluans to find new homes

November 7th, 2001

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Deal or No Deal

Governments are scheduled to meet in Marrakech later this month to further the Kyoto process, designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in industrialised countries. Will their efforts eventually control climate change?Experts from around the world assess the worth of the latest 'Bonn agreement', reached at the resumed session of the sixth conference of parties to the climate change convention (also called CoP-6 bis), in July 2001

October 16th, 2001

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Deep Impact , shallow response

Climate change will trigger a series of ecological and economic fall-outs for India. Though details remain fuzzy largely due to the apathy of Indian policy makers and scientists.
October 16th, 2001

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Earth Matters

Will the North decide the path of sustainable development for the rest of the world? Will the interests of the South be protected? As preparations for the World Summit on Sustainable Development get underway, many contentious issues boil over
October 16th, 2001

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Rescued or Doomed

Nations adopt a diluted agreement on implementing the Kyoto Protocol that gives away too many concessions to polluting countries
August 31st, 2001

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Compromise on climate

Nation manages to resuscitate the Kyoto Protocol by a watered-down agreement
August 10th, 2001

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Pact Politics

High political drama marks climate negotiations as the European Union strives to enforce the Kyoto protocol without the US. The South could play a crucial role pushing for a fair treaty, but it simply continues to squabble over a few dollars!
August 10th, 2001

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Fixing cheap carbon

Genetically improved plants in Vietnam to help Australia meet its Kyoto target as cheaply as possible
June 22nd, 2001

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The logjam continues

George W. Bush gets a hostile reaction from the European Union on his stubborn stand regarding the Kyoto Protocol.
June 22nd, 2001

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The theory sinks

Two new studies quash industrialised countries hopes of meeting most of their Kyoto commitments by using carbon sinks
June 15th, 2001

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Carbon on sale

US organisations to begin trade in carbon dioxide emissions.
June 15th, 2001

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Americans not very different from their president

The US citizens are more concerned with cost than action to arrest climate change.
April 23, 2001

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The Compromise Proposal

Pronk offers a compromise plan that gives away too much on sinks.
April 23, 2001

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Look who’s talking!
The president of the world’s most polluting country blames India for global warming
March 26, 2001

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Battling climate change

Technologies exist to arrest global warming. But the political will to implement them is missing
March 26, 2001

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The sinking debate

The climate change negotiations have come to a halt over the issue of sinks. Neelam Singh discusses the associated complications
February 28, 2001

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Boiling point

Greenhouse gas emissions could raise global temperatures much more than previously forecast leading to drought and flooding as weather patterns shift and polar ice melts
February 28, 2001

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Conditions to aid and trade

World Resources Institute, a Washington-based non-government organisation, objects to criticism that Northern groups are arm-twisting developing countries into reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Anju Sharma responds
February 15, 2001

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Wait and watch

The US government is in transition. But why should the rest of the world suffer?
January 24, 2001

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Nuclear madness
   
Back to Basics by Anil Agarwal
Even as the world abandons nuclear power, the Indian government and industry are pushing for it

January 24, 2001

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Climate Logjam

After wrecking climate talks in The Hague, the US-led coalition refuses to participate in further negotiations in Oslo
January 5, 2001

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Response: Equity is the only way

Some readers disagreed with Anil Agarwal's contention that equity in climate negotiations is the best solution for global warming.
January 5, 2001

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CoP19/Warsaw
CoP18
Doha, Qatar
CoP9
Milan, Italy
CoP17
Durban, South Africa
CoP8
New Delhi, India
CoP16
Cancun, Mexico
CoP7
Marrakech, Morocco
CoP15
Copenhagen, Denmark
CoP6
The Hague, Netherlands
CoP14
Bonn/Poznan
CoP5
CoP5 Bonn, Germany
CoP13
Bali, Indonesia
CoP4
Buenos Aires, Argentina
CoP12
Nairobi, Kenya
CoP3
Kyoto, Japan
CoP11
Montreal, Canada CMP 1
CoP2
Geneva, Switzerland
CoP10
Buenos Aires, Argentina
CoP1
Berlin, Germany
 

Uthra Radhakrishnan
Email: uthra@cseindia.org
Tel: +91 11 29955124