- Sustainability is not a choice, but a necessity
Feb 12, 2014
South Asian region is most vulnerable to climate change impact, warns Thet Thet Zin, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry, Myanmar.
[South Asia] [Sustainable Development] [Climate Change] [Myanmar] [India] [Greenhouse emission] [Bhutan]
- Meat production causing global warming: UNEP
Oct 31, 2012
All forms of meat production are resulting in the rise of greenhouse gas emissions, says a bulletin by UNEP Global Environmental Gas Service (GEAS).
[Greenhouse emission] [Agriculture] [Meat production climate] [Climate Change]
- New study links CO2 to Earth temperature
May 01, 2013
The findings prove that if we do not move to arrest growing CO2 levels, the earth is doomed to return to a greenhouse state where no life can survive.
[Carbon emissions] [Carbon policy] [Environment] [Greenhouse emission]
- India should not shy away from discussing HFCs: CSE
Oct 29, 2013
HFCs are greenhouse gases, and cause thousand times more global warming than carbon dioxide.
[Greenhouse emission] [Pollution] [Carbon Emissions]
- Intensify efforts to arrest global warming, urges report
Nov 06, 2013
The 2013-Gap Report strengthens case for wide-ranging global action to close emissions gap.
[India] [Climate Change] [Greenhouse emission]
- Greenhouse gases rise to record levels in 2011: UN
Nov 20, 2012
The volume of greenhouse gases causing global warming rose to a new high last year, the UN World Meteorological Organisation said.
[UN] [World Meteorological Organisation] [Carbon emission] [Greenhouse emission] [Climate Change] [United Nations]
- Transportation contributes to 80 per cent of air pollution: WorldWatch
Aug 09, 2012
Emissions from transportation are the fastest growing source of global greenhouse gas emissions, with emissions expected to increase 300 percent by 2050, according to research by the Worldwatch Institute.
[Environment] [Rio+20] [Greenhouse emission] [sustainable transportation] [Sustainable Development]
- Ten per cent of largest cos emit 73% of greenhouse gases
Sep 12, 2013
The carbon emitted by the 50 highest emitting companies, has risen by 1.65% to 2.54 billion metric tons over the past four years.
[Carbon Emissions] [Carbon policy] [Greenhouse emission] [Greenhouse gases]