EU fails to fill cash gap as climate talks loom
Failure to deliver firm pledges from 2013 to help poor nations deal with climate change threatens progress at U.N. climate talks
Green Innovators Receive Young Environmental Leader Award
Shrimp Waste Recycling, Plastic Bag Clothing Project, and Green Guide for Housewives Among Winning Projects
Sustainable Development: The Global Challenge of Resource-Efficient Growth
The 13th annual Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, scheduled from January 31-February 02, 2013 in New Delhi, will explore the diverse dimensions of promoting resource-efficient development and attempt to strengthen the global momentum for green growth as raised at the Rio+20 Conference.
Rising sea forces Panamanian islanders to move to mainland
Islanders are relocating as flooding of their coastal homes worsens
Rio+20 Outcomes: What Was Agreed And What This Means For Womens Rights Going Forward
As the dust settles on the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), it is important to look at what was agreed on paper and to ask: what do the conference outcomes mean for the future of the planet and for women's rights in particular?
Building the climate capability of the Meteorological Service Singapore
Global warming is, by definition, a worldwide problem that requires international efforts to study and resolve. The expertise developed by the Met Office Hadley Centre over more than two decades is now helping Singapore to assess the risks faced by the country and the wider South East Asia region.