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The term “BRS Conventions” is a collective term for three different conventions viz. Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions. The purpose of clubbing these conventions was to ensure that a topic of common concern for the three Conventions is discussed. The thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention (BC COP-13), the eighth meeting ..
Topics: Basel Convention • Chemical safety • Environment • Environmental law • Environmental treaties • Hazardous waste • In Sweden • Law by country • Politics by country • Rotterdam Convention • Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants • Waste
The 26th BASIC Ministerial Meeting of Environment Ministers was held in Durban, South Africa. India was represented by Union Environment Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan. In it, Dr Vardhan reiterated his appeal to make joint efforts to create a societal movement in combating climate change through “Green Good Deeds”. He told his counterparts from BASIC countries ..
Topics: BASIC countries • Carbon dioxide • Carbon finance • Climate change policy • Environmental treaties • Global warming • Harsh Vardhan • Kyoto Protocol • Law by country • Paris Agreement • Politics by country • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
HFCs are used as refrigerants and coolants in refrigerators and air-conditioners, in fire extinguishers, furniture making, as solvents for cleaning, and other purposes. CFCs and later HCFCs were being used for everything that HFCs are used now for, but it was found that these were depleting the ozone layer, which protects life on earth from ..
Topics: Air conditioning • Chlorofluorocarbon • Environmental treaties • Greenhouse gases • Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning • High-fructose corn syrup • Law by country • Montreal Protocol • Ozone depletion • Ozone layer • Politics by country • Refrigerants
Talanoa is a traditional approach used in Fiji and other Pacific islands to engage in an inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue to resolve differences without putting any blame on any one. As per COP23 decision, it has been structured around three questions to arrive at answers with consensus: Where are we? Where do we want ..
Topics: Climate change policy • Environment • Environmental treaties • Global warming • Kyoto Protocol • Law by country • Politics by country • Talanoa Dialogue • United Nations Climate Change Conference • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
The 13th session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS) of Wild Animals (CMS COP13) will be hosted by India in 2020. The CMS COP is also known as a Global Wildlife Conference & is held once in three years. It was officially announced at the ..
Topics: CMS • Conference of the Parties • Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals • Cop • Environment • Environmental treaties • Law by country • Politics by country • Wildlife conservation • Wildlife law
India agrees to legally binding emission cuts in Durban climate deal India at Durban has for the first time agreed to binding emission cuts, with all other major emitters, but the quantity of cuts would be based on equity. The 194 countries have agreed on a roadmap for a 2015 accord that will, for the ..
Topics: Carbon dioxide • Carbon finance • Climate change policy • Embedded emissions • Emissions trading • Environmental treaties • Greenhouse gas • Kyoto Protocol • Law by country • Politics by country • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change