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“It Is The Beginning Of The End” For Fossil Fuels

The negotiators have shown global solidarity and conveyed a clear message that significant reductions in emissions and increased financing are crucial for achieving a sustainable future for all    The 28th Conference of Parties (COP28) closed with an agreement that paves the way for a quick, fair, and just transition to clean energy, marking the […]

Fossil Fuel Lobbyists Attended UN Climate Talks Over 7200 Times, Claims Coalition Against Big Polluters 

The analysis raises concerns about the influence of organisations from the countries most responsible for global emissions on climate negotiations    Delegates with ties to the world’s largest polluting oil and gas firms have attended UN climate talks at least 7,200 times over the last 20 years, according to a coalition of civil society organisations […]

The Double-Edged Sword Of India’s Green Hydrogen Revolution

A new report warns that the carbon footprint of so-called green hydrogen, particularly when produced through grid-powered electrolysis, could overshadow that of the traditional grey hydrogen extracted from fossil fuels   India’s ambitious vision for green hydrogen has hit a controversial speed bump. Despite setting an ambitious 2030 target to produce 5 million metric tonnes […]

India can reduce fossil fuel dependence, cut import bills by $29 billion through biogas adoption: Report

A report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), narrates the environmental advantages of expanding biogas projects, including waste management, reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and enhanced renewable energy production   Replacing natural gas consumption with biogas and biomethane incrementally to 20 per cent by 2030 can help India cut liquefied […]

India Proposes Shift to Carbon-Negative Goals, Puts Pressure on Developed Nations at COP28

 India aims to power half its installed capacity through non-fossil sources and reduce greenhouse emissions to 45 per cent of its 2005 levels by 2030    In a significant development, India is advocating for a substantial shift in global carbon commitments, urging developed nations to transition from carbon neutrality to carbon negativity by 2050. This […]