Seems that our coal fired thermal power plants the lifeblood of Indian power sector, will no longer be able to supply power at the same old affordable price. The sequence of events happening in the coal industry and its influence on the power sector in the past few months is a definite indication that the […]Read More →
Archive for 'Climate Change'
Long reeling under indefinite delays and lack of consensus at the various talks, the Kyoto protocol has been given a new lease of life. The protocol, set to expire in 2012 had not been renewed for some time now as the various nations of the world could not agree on the contents of a legally […]Read More →
Dr Satyanarayanan, founder of Veda Climate Change Solutions Limited (VCCSL), is making money from selling timber from the sustainably harvested trees to JK Paper Mills and will soon make more funds from the trees for observing the carbon. VCCSL is developing a network of tree planting operations to promote livelihood creation across six rural districts […]Read More →
India has already started feeling the effects of climate change which we have neglected for quiet long. It’s no longer an international issue, it is a domestic, local issue related to water security, land productivity, agricultural yields and energy consumption. Massive investments will be required in afforestation, sustainable agriculture and water security. There’s no doubt […]Read More →
Climate Change, Green Products, Clean Technologies, Energy Efficiency to be Equally Weighed in Budget.
June 26, 2009According to United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report, world-wide US$ 155 billion was invested in clean energy projects in 2008. Of this US$ 4.1 billion was invested in India, representing a 12% increase on the previous year. For this trend to continue and accelerate with the appropriate budgetary statements, the climate group’s advisors […]Read More →
2009 09 The United Nations Climate Change Conference to be held in Copenhagen Denmark, from December 7 to 18 is expected to come out with a plan to replace the Kyoto Protocol (KP) that would expire in 2012. What is more important in this meet is that so far developed nations where forced to do […]Read More →
Jun 18, 2009 India’s Ratan Tata, Mexico’s Carlos Slim, other business tycoons and executives from nongovernmental organizations, form U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s advisory group on climate change. The group will advise the secretary-general in conference to be held in Copenhagen in December. The group will meet every two months and to continue coming together after […]Read More →