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ONGC's 2nd thermal unit at Palatana to be operational by June 16.1.2014 Latest News
ONGC's second unit of gas-fired thermal power project at Palatana in Tripura will be operational in June this year, a top company executive said today. "After the successful operation of the first unit (363 MW) of the power plant, we have set a ...
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ONGC's 2nd thermal unit at Palatana to be operational by June (Cached) 16.1.2014 ET: Oil & Gas
Palatana power project is the most sought-after gas plant in the country which can generate one unit of power at Rs 3 only.
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China mulls national pollution permit trading system (Cached) 10.1.2014 CNN-IBN: World

China will look into establishing a nation-wide trading system for pollution permits as part of efforts to use market mechanisms to help clean up its environment, the country's top environment official said.

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To meet CSR targets, go green 7.1.2014 HBL: Home
The government’s Green India Mission programme is a sound business proposition.
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Honduras and the dirty war fuelled by the west's drive for clean energy 7.1.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
The palm oil magnates are growing ever more trees for use in biofuels and carbon trading. But what happens to the subsistence farmers who live on the lucrative land? The west's drive to reduce its carbon footprint cheaply is fuelling a dirty war in Honduras, where US-backed security forces are implicated in the murder, disappearance and intimidation of peasant farmers involved in land disputes with local palm oil magnates. More than 100 people have been killed in the past four years, many assassinated by death squads operating with near impunity in the heavily militarised Bajo Aguán region, where 8,000 Honduran troops are deployed, according to activists. Farmers' leader Antonio Martínez, 28, is the latest victim of this conflict. His corpse was discovered, strangled, in November. Peasant farmers say they are the victims of a campaign of terror by the police, army and private security guards working for palm oil companies since a coup in June 2009 ended land negotiations instigated by ...
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Global carbon markets' value dropped 38% in 2013 3.1.2014 Guardian: Environment

Low carbon targets set by governments blamed by analysts for falling carbon price in EU and UN schemes


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CCEA approves exploration, exploitation of coal bed methane areas allotted to CIL (Cached) 21.12.2013 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Dec.20 : The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved the proposal of Ministry of Petroleum and & Natural Gas regarding policy for Exploration and Exploitation of Coal Bed Methane (CBM) areas under Coal Mining Lease allotted to Coal India Limited (CIL).
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Responsibility through forestry schemes, a winning alliance 20.12.2013 Deccan Herald - Analysis
Responsibility through forestry schemes, a winning alliance
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CCEA approves Exploration and Exploitation of Coal Bed Methane areas under Coal Mining Lease allotted to Coal India Limited (Cached) 20.12.2013 Govt of india: PIB
CCEA approves Exploration and Exploitation of Coal Bed Methane areas under Coal Mining Lease allotted to Coal India Limited
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Private member resolution to harvest rain and ice water 20.12.2013 HimVani.com
Private member resolution of BJP member Rajiv Bindal in state assembly today dropped by voice vote as it was brought to make policy to harvest rain and ice water for the benefit of state resident. Before the State Forest Minister Thakur Singh Bharmouri could reply to the motion, BJP members objected and said that the [...]
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Bangalore: Here's another damned scam 16.12.2013 DNA: Bangalore
Bangalore: Here's another damned scam
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Ancient farming techniques help in curbing the extinction of animals, plants (Cached) 9.12.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Ancient farming techniques help in curbing the extinction of animals, plants
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Kerala Prisons 'Arrest' Carbon; Eye UN Credit 29.11.2013 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
Prisons in the State which adopted a ‘go-green’ mantra, are likely to win carbon credits under United Nations’ (UN) Clean Development Mechanism, which incentivise agencies that cut down on greenhouse emissions.
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Beijing starts carbon trading scheme as China clamps down on emissions 28.11.2013 The Guardian -- Front Page

Capital joins Shenzhen and Shanghai, with Guangdong province set to open scheme that will become world's second largest



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New initiative on biomass stoves launched (Cached) 26.11.2013 Zee News : Science and Technology
A new initiative that will help reduce the cost of improved stove technologies to rural customers through the sale of carbon credits was launched Tuesday.
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New initiative on biomass stoves launched (Cached) 26.11.2013 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 26 : A new initiative that will help reduce the cost of improved stove technologies to rural customers through the sale of carbon credits was launched Tuesday.
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Developing world’s firm ‘no’ to market-based mechanism 11.11.2013 Hindu: S & T
Poland, the hosts for the U.N. Climate talks this year, and the EU came in for some harsh opposition from many developing countries, including India, for promoting the idea that the talks must del...
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Eco-friendly district looks for carbon credit (Cached) 10.11.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Eco-friendly district looks for carbon credit
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Emission admission: New Zealand to fail carbon target 31.10.2013 New Scientist: News
Emission admission: New Zealand to fail carbon target
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Have you overstepped the Sustainable Consumption Line? (Cached) 29.10.2013 India Together - Environment

Humanity has collectively crossed the limits necessary for ecological sustainability. Ashish Kothari argues for a sustainable consumption line that would ensure individuals and communities do not partake of resources in a way that deprives others or endangers the environment further.
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