Adaptation cost in developing nations to be more than expected: UNEP
Adaptation cost in developing nations to be more than expected: UNEP

The cost of adaptation in developing countries is likely be at least two to three times higher than the expected USD 70-100 billion per year by 2050, even with emissions cuts, the United Nations Environment Programme said in a report on Saturday.

Warsaw talks results acceptable but not satisfying: China

China, the world`s largest carbon emitter, today said it was not satisfied with but still accepted the results of the climate talks in Poland.

Jayanthi to lead India’s push at Durban talks

Jayanthi Natarajan will lead the Indian delegation on Monday at the deliberations aimed at hammering out a consensus among 195 countries to ensure that Kyoto Protocol remains relevant.

China lays out conditions for climate deal

China`s top climate negotiator Xie Zhenhua today laid out conditions under which Beijing would accept a legally-binding climate deal that would go into force after 2020, when current voluntary pledges run out.