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Category: Carbon Trading
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Empowering Telangana Farmers with Free Solar Pumps 12.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
Telangana faces a power shortage due to the huge demand from Hyderabad city,
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Designing climate-conscious buildings 2.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Designing climate-conscious buildings
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Massive solar power station coming up in Guntur district 20.7.2014 TOI: Hyderabad Times
Is this an end to Andhra Pradesh's power woes? The new state's capital will get seamless supply of electricity, thanks to a massive solar power station that is coming up in Guntur ...
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Today on New Scientist 18.7.2014 New Scientists HIV
All the latest on newscientist.com: why we should save weird species first, US libraries reinvented, hunting Australia's WIMPs underground and ...
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Bamboo growers in dire straits 18.7.2014 HBL: Industry & Economy
Farmers who had taken to bamboo cultivation are finding marketability of this farm produce difficult and depressing. A good number of bamboo growers, who had converged at the Institute of...
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Revive derivatives in carbon credit 30.6.2014 HBL: Markets
Trading can resume once Govnt amends the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act
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Kishore Singh: A 'cool' remedy to beat the heat 27.6.2014 Latest News
Remember the terrible week when the heat broke some neolithic record, and the power kept going off, and the only antidote for your high blood pressure was to overtake the car in front and beat its driver to pulp? When the plants shrivelled up like ...
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Progress measures must include nature — think beyond GDP: Rachel Kyte 20.6.2014 TOI: Interviews
As India debates environmental health versus economic growth, Rachel Kyte, vice-president and special envoy for climate change at the World Bank Group, feels it is vital to think beyond basic ...
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Japan to Offer Green Tech to India to Cut Carbon Emissions 18.6.2014 NDTV National
Japan is set to offer its cutting-edge green technologies to India to combat climate change and help reduce emissions which would earn Japanese firms carbon credits, a report has ...
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Japan plans carbon offset scheme with India: Report 17.6.2014 ET: Foreign Trade
Japan has already signed JCM agreements with 11 developing countries, including Indonesia, Mongolia and Kenya.
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Japan, India near carbon offset deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions 16.6.2014 ET: Foreign Trade
The two are expected to announce plans to accelerate negotiations over Japan's bilateral carbon offset mechanism when Japanese PM Shinzo Abe welcomes PM Narendra Modi to Tokyo.
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Japan, India near carbon offset deal  16.6.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Japan has been increasingly relying on fossil fuels to generate electricity after idling all 48 of its nuclear plants in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima ...
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China battles to be first ecological civilisation 13.6.2014 New Scientist: Health
Is China going green? It is still the biggest emitter of carbon dioxide, but it is weaning itself off coal and talking about cutting emissions from ...
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Bricks and bucks for new capital 11.6.2014 Hindu: Cities
The mammoth task of building the new capital for Andhra Pradesh and reconstructing the nascent State has been receiving support from several quarters. Contributions have been pouring in though the...
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Climate unity dealt blow as Australia and Canada put business first 10.6.2014 Guardian: Environment

Prime ministers Tony Abbott and Stephen Harper say they do not want to harm economy in the fight against climate change

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Chinese official plays down emission cut expectations 9.6.2014 Guardian: Environment

Comments likely to cool hopes in UN climate talks that China will announce sooner-than-anticipated CO2 cuts

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Take the Green Route 9.6.2014 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
The sustainable answer to power needs has another benefit – 24 lakh jobs by 2020
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Guj Min calls for collective efforts to protect environment 4.6.2014 New Kerala: Gujarat
Gandhinagar, Jun 4 : Gujarat Forest and Environment Minister Ganpat Vasava today called for collective efforts to protect environment and spreading awareness among the people to tackle climate change.
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North Korea: an unlikely champion in the fight against climate change 20.5.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Pyongyang is cooperating with global strategy on climate change, writes Dr Benjamin Habib. The question is, why?

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CSR: Welding conscience into the balance-sheet 11.5.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) appears to be the new route to corporate redemption. Or at worse, as the critics say, just the right aura of respectability to mask misdemeanours or allegations thereof and silence murmurs of radical or even Leftist disapproval. Or, maybe, a new way of assuaging one's guilt conscience and "doing one's bit for society" with a few accidental rewards expected on the way -- like social approval, and of course, rich dividends in the market? CSR's appeal to government and common man alike lies in its ability to compel corporates to give something back to society. Corporates might understandably have chosen to read more into it. The new CSR norms of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, which entails companies to mandatorily shell out at least 2 per cent of their three-year average annual profit towards CSR or social welfare activities, forces one to think on these lines. As per the new CSR norms, companies with net worth of at least Rs 500 crore or minimum turnover of Rs ...
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