India prepares for binding emission cuts: paper
India will likely commission four studies to evaluate when it could take on legally binding curbs on emissions, Times of India reports
New Partnership to Offset UN Carbon Emissions and Support Sustainable Development
UNEP recently requested UNOPS, an operational and central procurement arm of the UN, to buy 50,000 certificates of emission reduction (CERs), to cover UNEP's emissions for 2010-2013.
Interpol expert: Fund distribution for scheme to slow global warming needs to be transparent
Initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from forest loss (REDD+) need to be financially transparent and accountable, and closely involve forest-dwelling communities.
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As Asian growth slows, a green push could pay - experts
Innovations, jobs and low-carbon growth will be key, researchers say
Drawing in US, China and finance critical to climate deal - S. Africa
With new leadership in China and a second term for Obama, now is the moment to push ahead on a new climate deal, South African climate ambassador says