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UN agency expected to approve global aviation emissions deal at general assembly
The world's first climate deal governing the aviation sector is on the cusp of being ratified, as a United Nations agency gathering got underway in Montreal on Tuesday amid criticism from environmental groups that a proposal doesn't go far enough.
Ahead of Paris Treaty ratification, Cabinet hastens procedures for approval
At a BJP meeting on September 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced that India would “play its part” in ratifying the Paris treaty and submit the ascension document on October 2 to coincide with Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary
Financial Express
Paris mayor heralds ‘reconquest of Seine’ as riverbank traffic banned
Paris city council has approved the banning of all vehicles from the major road running along the right bank of the river Seine in a bitterly contested vote.
Luxembourg Stock Exchange launches green bond platform
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange launched a platform for green bonds on Tuesday, called Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), to set a new benchmark for the growing market.
L'OACI entame les discussions sur un accord mondial pour réduire les émissions
Les discussions visant à conclure un premier accord mondial sur les émissions de gaz à effet de serre dans le secteur de l'aviation se sont mises en branle, cette semaine, à Montréal, pendant que des groupes environnementaux dénonçaient la proposition, qu'ils jugeaient trop mince.
La Presse Canadienne
New York City accelerates emissions efforts in face of daunting sea level rise
City to expand renewable energy generation, improve efficiency of buildings, transition to electric vehicles and improve waste management to cut emissions
Delhi airport first carbon neutral airport in Asia-Pacific
The GMR consortium-AAI run Delhi Airport has become the first carbon neutral airport in Asia-Pacific following a series of measures taken by it to reduce carbon footprint, including setting up of a 7.84 MW solar power plant.
Business Standard
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