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    Ten years ago, under the leadership of then President Nasheed of the Maldives, the leaders of the most vulnerable developing countries came together to form the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF).

  • Is 100 percent renewable energy feasible?

    Midway through the two-week-long 22nd Conference of Parties (COP22) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) held in November 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco, the presidential election results in the USA were announced. The result, Trump winning the election, was like a bombshell in the COP.

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    4 Asian countries have world’s most coal plant projects

    China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam have the world’s four biggest coal-fired power plants in pipeline. Together, they represent 82 percent of the 718 units globally under construction.

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    India beats US in latest renewable energy index

    India is ranked second after China in latest "renewable energy country attractiveness" index from Ernst & Young. The US which was number two last year has slid down to number three position and Germany maintained its number four position.

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    The Thai village using poop to power homes

    After successfully lighting up their homes with solar panels and stoves fueled by cow dung, the villagers are now clean energy crusaders in a gas-guzzling country that overwhelmingly relies on fossil fuels.

  • India seeks 'climate justice' for poor nations at Paris talks

    India will urge rich nations to deliver "climate justice" for developing countries at a major environmental conference in Paris later this month, the environment minister of the country says in an interview with AFP.

  • Japan's renewable revolution at risk

    Japan survives surprisingly well without nuclear power for last four years.Following the Fukushima disaster in March 2011 all of Japan's 48 other nuclear reactors were shut down.

  • Global CO2 emissions 'stalled' in 2014

    International Energy Agency's data shows the growth in global carbon emissions stalled last year