Green Transition

Renewed US-India Climate Cooperation Should Focus on Driving Foreign Investment to India’s Green Transition

The United States (US) and India should work together to encourage greater foreign institutional investment in India’s green transition in order to help further progress the global effort to combat climate change, according to a new report from the Center for American Progress and India’s Council on Energy, Environment and Water. The report recommends that […]

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India and Denmark Hold Virtual Summit for Green Partnership

PM Narendra Modi and Mette Frederiksen, PM of Denmark co-chaired a Virtual Summit between India and Denmark for the signing of a Green Partnership. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of the Republic of India, and Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark co-chaired a Virtual Summit between India and Denmark on September 28, 2020, […]

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Carbon Taxes are the Best Way to Cut GHG Emissions: Report

An IMF Executive Board review of the fiscal policies for Paris climate strategies and discussed a paper providing country-level guidance on the role, and design of, fiscal policies for implementing climate mitigation strategies that countries have submitted for the 2015 Paris Agreement and for addressing vulnerabilities in disaster-prone countries. On the mitigation side, the paper […]

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