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India: Climate Change Negotiations – Outside-in view

January 25, 2011 by

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Introduction The Copenhagen Accord, though not a legally binding agreement reached between the parties, was the ‘ Common Minimum’  that could be achieved amidst the high tension and difficult bargaining positions. The accord called on Annex I countries to make their climate change pledges, and the Annex II countries to identify their nationally appropriate mitigation […]

India: Climate Change Negotiations – Outside-in view

October 22, 2010 by

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Introduction The Copenhagen Accord, though not a legally binding agreement reached between the parties, was the ‘ Common Minimum’ that could be achieved amidst the high tension and difficult bargaining positions. The accord called on Annex I countries to make their climate change pledges, and the Annex II countries to identify their nationally appropriate mitigation […]

CDM in Forestry sector for India

October 10, 2010 by

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CDM and Forestry Sector

October 9, 2010 by

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OVERVIEW Forests is the home for millions of species, produce a large proportion of the world’s supply of fresh water, and are crucial in the global carbon cycle and therefore in regulating the global climate. It is very necessary to rehabilitate degraded forest lands. Forestry has been a contentious topic in Climate Change mitigation from […]