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BS VI fuel norms will reduce vehicular emission by 51%: Study

By : sustainabilityo..., Jan 11, 2016

Vehicular emission may come down by up to 51 per cent with the introduction of BS VI fuel norms, electric and hybrid vehicles and retro-fitment in diesel exhausts, an IIT Kanpur study has said...

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Supply chains play crucial role in cutting carbon emissions

By : sustainabilityo..., Jan 7, 2016

The recently concluded climate change conference in Paris called on corporate houses to reduce their carbon emissions from their supply chain.

Until now, far too many companies have focused only on carbon emissions from their corporate offices and retail spaces. In...

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World Bank launches $500 mln carbon market scheme

By : sustainabilityo..., Dec 2, 2015

The World Bank on Monday launched a $500 million market-based scheme designed to help developing countries pay for emission reductions and combat climate change.

Germany, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland have jointly pledged an initial $250...

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Clean Transportation Policies Could Cut GHG Emissions 29%–40% in Northeastern States

By : sustainabilityo..., Nov 30, 2015

In an effort to cut transportation emissions, five states and the District of Columbia have agreed to develop market-based policies to reduce ...

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Developing countries will need $270bn more to adapt to climate change – study

By : sustainabilityo..., Nov 26, 2015

Developing countries will have to pay $270bn extra each year to adapt to the impacts of climate change if global pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions do not increase, according to a new report by...

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