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Dr Leena Srivastava

This year will deliver two distinct but deeply-related significant global agreements on climate change and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) preceded by a meeting of the heads of state on Financing for Development. This confluence is not a...

Dr Leena Srivastava

The sudden increase in the warmth of the relationship between India and the US should, one hopes, result in a reduced threat of planetary warming associated with climate change! Although it is highly unlikely that the forthcoming visit of US...

Dr Leena Srivastava

After making the huge and much-needed investments for the Metro and for decongesting roads in the run-up to the Commonwealth games 2010, Delhi has come to a near standstill once again. A new government is, unfortunately, focusing on largely...

Dr Leena Srivastava

Developing countries have every right to demand adequate financial resources from developed nations to help them cope with the additional challenges of dealing with climate change - the observed impacts of which are increasingly apparent and...

Dr Leena Srivastava

One of the key outcomes of the 18th conference of the Parties to Climate Change (COP) held in Doha in 2012, was around the timelines for further action. It was agreed that governments would "speedily work towards a universal climate change...

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