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Proposed Cuts in US Will Jeopardize Fight to End Climate Change

Proposed Cuts in US Will Jeopardize Fight to End Climate Change

Global
The Trump Administration's recent proposals of significant cuts to funding earmarked for the environment, including the budgets for climate change, pollution clean-ups, and energy efficiency programs have become an increasing concern for all thinking individuals and companies in the US and the world. The current plans would dismantle former President Obama's Clean Power Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal burning power plants, along with defunding climate research and partnerships. The proposed budget reductions include a $2.6 billion cut for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2018, as well as a loss of $330 million in hazardous waste clean-up initiatives. Iain Milnes of Power Knot, along with other scientists, environmental advocates, and green entreprene...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Leaves for Paris Conference

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Leaves for Paris Conference

Green Lens
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Paris today to participate in COP-21 summit on environment and climate change on November 30, 2015. The Prime Minister will jointly host a meeting of International Solar Alliance with Prime Minister of France, Mr. François Hollande. Prime Minister will also attend 'Mission Innovation' hosted by the President of United States as part of the Paris Conference.
Obama’s Visit to India Brings a Climate of Change

Obama’s Visit to India Brings a Climate of Change

Articles
On a three day visit to India for the first time, the American President Barack H. Obama met the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in New Delhi only to reaffirm shared values and increasing convergence of interests between the US and India. When the world's oldest democracy reaches out to expand and strengthen global strategic partnership with the world's largest democracy, it can only be a good thing for the world. The two leaders welcomed the completion of steps by the two governments for implementation of the India-U.S. civil nuclear agreement. They reiterated their commitment to build strong India-U.S. civil nuclear energy cooperation through the participation of the U.S. nuclear energy firms in India on the basis of mutually acceptable technical and commercial terms and ...

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