Rich nations promised to channel US$100 billion a year to less wealthy nations, to help them adapt to climate change but nothing happened so far! This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on loss and damage fund, eco-anxiety and much more!
The heatwaves we are witnessing this summer are when we are at 1C warming. Imagine when we reach a 2C or 3.5C scenario! This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on the climate change effect on coastal areas, battery storage and much more!
The new IPCC WGII report makes for hard reading. But it also highlights transformative ideas that address the structural drivers of climate crisis. This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on capitalism, climate change and much more!
Public concern about climate change is informed by media consumption and media should present the stories in local terms to have an impact. This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on the indigenous communities, social justice & much more!
The latest report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a code red for humanity, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on ecocide, false tech Solutions & much more!
The proposed INR 4,000 crore Deep Ocean Mission is a disaster in the making and the government should halt this dangerous step immediately. This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on climate injustice, effects of climate denial and much more!
Act NOW or India may lose 3-10% GDP annually by 2100 due to climate change! This edition of St(o)ppwatch brings you news on companies’ 'net-zero' claims that they use to carry on polluting, the importance of women in renewable energy and much more
We bring you some good news from the energy sector - in 2020 the clean energy sector raised more money in public offerings than the fossil-fuel energy sector. However, our descent into a climate crisis continues to wreak havoc on human health and even animal health. Find out more in this edition of
In this edition, we help you understand the concept of 'net-zero'. And is working towards 'net-zero' going to halt global warming? We also bring you good news from India - the Mahila Housing SEWA Trust is creating women climate leaders. Read through to discover even more!