Climate Reporter- AP; UNCA Silver Medal 2021; Red Ink Awards 2019 (Special mention in the Environment category); Asian Environmental Journalist Award 2019; PB Enviro Journalist of the Year 2018.
India will miss its renewable energy target for the end of the year, with experts saying “multiple challenges” including a lack of financial help and taxes on imported components are stalling the clean energy industry.
Landfills are releasing far more planet-warming methane into the atmosphere from the decomposition of waste than previously thought, a study suggests.
India took another step toward meeting its climate goals Tuesday when lawmakers in parliament’s lower house approved legislation that would require greater use of renewable energy and force industrial polluters to pay a price for the carbon they emit.
BENGALURU, India (AP) — Nine months after India announced its target of “net zero” emissions by 2070 at the United Nations climate conference in Glasgow, the country’s federal cabinet finally approved a new climate plan on Wednesday.
The new goals will be submitted to the U.N.’s climate agency as part of an international agreement where nations publish how they intend to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, known as nationally determined contributions. The U.S. hopes to achieve “net zero” b...
Fisherwomen in Tamil Nadu’s Pamban Island show how seaweed farming can be a means to deal with declining fish catch and climate change.
Climate-friendly agriculture offers new income sources and is more sustainable
In the Indian city of Chennai, transgender and disabled communities have led the way in raising awareness of vaccination.
While negotiations on L&D, the ‘step-child’ of COPs past, saw significant progress at COP26, there is still fear among developed countries about the legal ramifications of agreeing to a global fund for dealing with present-day, climate-change-related disasters.
Despite producing 55 per cent of its energy from renewable energy sources, rooftop solar is yet to take off in a big way in Tamil Nadu.
The extreme weather event, in all likelihood exacerbated by human-induced climate change that is drowning my city, is a bleak filter through which I’m witnessing developments at the COP 26.
It’s absolutely a make-or-break issue. We had drawn a red line for loss and damage. The story of this issue so far is about climate injustice.”
Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) systems are helping power the lives and livelihoods of rural entrepreneurs.