Prabir Purkayastha, December 12th, 2010
D.Raghunandan, Newsclick, Dec. 23, 2011
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, Dec. 22, 2011
Meena Raman, Third World Network, August 13, 2011
As the United Nations climate change talks in Durban, famously called COP 17, approach, Newsclick speaks with Meena Raman, Third World Network, Malaysia, on where the world stands today and what to expect from Durban summit.
Newsclick Presentation, August 13, 2011
The debate around responsibility of the North and the South is still hot in the wake of climate change. Sivan Kartha, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), talks to Newsclick about sharing of finances and the larger politics involved.
Former Special Advisor to the United Nations Framework Conventions on Climate Change, Mukul Sanwal talks about the Cancun Summit on Climate Change.
T. Jayaraman,14 june 2010, Newsclick
The climate negotiations at Copenhangen appear to have set the trend for future climate talks in more senses than one. One is of course very much aware of the Copenhagen Accord, the product of a last-minute face-off between the United States and the major developing countries at the highest political level. We are also aware that despite its not being an official UNFCCC resolution, the text of the Copenhagen accord nevertheless casts a shadow over the future of climate negotiations.
Alain Lipietz, Truthout, 26 February 2010
There are not many people left today who oppose the environment to jobs. Several recent studies confirm: the more invested in "green conversion," the more jobs can be created.
D.Raghunandan, Newsclick, 12 February 2010
It seems even a day cannot go by without some newspaper, magazine or TV channel carrying an expose about yet another blunder by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The Guardian, 1 February 2010
A global deal to tackle climate change is all but impossible in 2010, leaving the scale and pace of action to slow global warming in coming decades uncertain, according to senior figures across the world involved in the negotiations.